John-Laurent Tronche, associate editor for US Atlantic gas, Robert Sharp, associate director for US downstream markets, and Subhan Usmani, associate editor for US Gulf Coast gasoline, discuss the new gasoline standards launched at the end of March by the Environmental Protection Agency proposing to lower the sulfur level in US gasoline to 10ppm by 2017. They discuss compliance costs, the affect on consumers as well as refiners, and what these standards could mean for US gasoline supply and demand.
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