state of competition in gasoline marketing

the effects of refiner operation at retail (a study required by title III of the Petroleum marketing practices act)
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U.S. Dept. of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Policy and Evaluation, Office of Competition, available from National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce] , Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Petroleum industry and trade -- United States., Gasoline industry -- United States., Competition, Unfair -- United St


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Statementprepared by James B. Delaney, Robert N. Fenili ; under the direction of William C. Lane, Jr.
ContributionsFenili, Robert N., joint author., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Competition.
LC ClassificationsHD9565 .D44
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Delaney, J.B., and Fenili, R.N. State of competition in gasoline marketing. Book I. A study of refiner subsidization. Book II. An analysis of the subpoenaed documents (as required by Title III of the Petroleum Marketing Practices Act).

Final report. United States: N. p., Web. It addresses a number of questions relating to the central issue - the state of competition in the gasoline marketing industry. Part II state of competition in gasoline marketing book the report, to be issued this fall, will discuss the subpoenaed documents of nine integrated companies, and will more» contain recommendations for action, if deemed necessary.

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Department of Energy. Office of Competition.;]. Get this from a library. The state of competition in gasoline marketing: part 1 the effects of refiner operation at retail (a study required by title III of the Petroleum marketing practices act).

[James B Delaney; Robert N Fenili; United States. Department of Energy. Office of Competition.]. tion of the state of competition in gasoline marketing in the United states, both before and after the decontrol of petroleum refining and marketing inindicates that gasoline dealers have not been and are not likely to become targets of anticompeti­ tive practices.

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A similar requirement holds for Shell, Texaco, Exxon, and most of the other brands available on the market. Under these requirements, a branded retail station must sell the branded gasoline its sign displays” (Hastings,). State of competition in gasoline marketing. Book I. A study of refiner subsidization.

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