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REFORMULATED GASOLINE'S BRIGHT FUTURE

By the year 2,000, most or all of the gasoline sold in the United States will have to be reformulated to contain lower levels of chemicals that harm the environment, predicts a study by Arthur D. Little, a consulting firm based in Cambridge, Mass. The move would cost domestic refiners $22 billion, and would cost consumers an extra 7 to 12 cents per gallon of gasoline, the study suggests.

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