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    Report: AAA says it's misquoted in E15 back-and-forth from Big Oil
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    AAA prides itself on its rapid response time for stranded motorists, but when it comes to taking a position on the brewing ethanol-gasoline blend issue, the group continues to say "wait a minute." In this case, AAA is accusing the American Petroleum Institute (API) of misstating AAA's position on ...

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    Report: Big Oil warns Supreme Court of 'broken-down cars and high repair bills' in E15 fight
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    The battle lines on the ethanol in the national gasoline supply debate are getting more and more defined, or at least more legal. The fight between the ethanol industry and Big Oil (represented by the American Petroleum Institute, an association of 500 oil and natural gas companies) has bee ...

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    Official: American Petroleum Institute sues EPA over biodiesel
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    In alphabet soup terminology, the API's mad at the EPA, and the RFA thinks it's a bunch of BS. Let us explain. The American Petroleum Institute, in response to the Environmental Protection Agency's ratcheting up US biodiesel production mandates, has sued the EPA, calling the regulator's new ...

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    API: Petroleum demand up 2.5% in September
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    It's not much, but Americans are using more fuel this year than last year. Numbers released by the American Petroleum Institute show that U.S. petroleum deliveries increased by 2.5 percent in September 2011, compared to September 2010. API chief economist John Felmy – always the economist, ...

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    U.S. gasoline demand hits 10-year August low
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    U.S. gasoline demand fell by 1.3 percent to a ten-year low for the month of August, thanks to consumer sentiment that is still stalled even as industry demand for diesel fuel shot up by 10.8 percent, according to the American Petroleum Institute (API). On a year-to-date basis, demand for gas was ...

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    Gasoline demand falls to 10-year low in July
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    The American Petroleum Institute (API) reports total petroleum deliveries (a measure of demand) fell by 0.5 percent in July, compared to the same month in 2010. Though miniscule, July marks the first time in 2011 that deliveries actually dropped when compared to the previous month. Perhaps more ...

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    API: U.S. demand for gas surges in March
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    Steadily rising fuel costs during the first three months of 2011 have had virtually no impact on total U.S. petroleum deliveries, says the American Petroleum Institute (API). First-quarter deliveries rose by 5.5 percent, compared to the same period in 2010. For March, deliveries surged by 7.3 ...

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    API: Despite rising fuel costs, demand for gas hits record high in February
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    Despite rising fuel costs, the American Petroleum Institute (API) reports that total U.S. petroleum deliveries (a measure of overall demand) rose by 4.4 percent in February, compared to the same month last year. At a whopping 19.7 million barrels per day, petroleum deliveries hit a a three-year ...

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    API: Demand for gas drops .03% for July, while overall petroleum usage climbs 3.8%
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    Hitting an average of 9.3 million barrels a day, gasoline deliveries in the U.S. fell a minuscule 0.03 percent this July compared to the same month a year ago. Excluding 2008, gasoline deliveries reported are the lowest of any July on record since 2003. The American Petroleum Institute (API) ...

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    Big Oil launches counteroffensive
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    With all the attention being paid to alternative fuels, it is not surprising that Big Oil should launch a PR counteroffensive. The American Petroleum Institute (API), advertising itself as "the People of America's Oil and Natural Gas Industry," is running a new TV ad, Delivering America's Energy ...

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    Got oil? Oil industry looks to advertising to save its reputation
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    Despite Big Oil's recent run of record profits, they're still very concerned with the diminishing state the industry's image. The Wall Street Journal ran this article (subscription required) which reports that the American Petroleum Institute (API) is engaging in a "full-fledged, open-ended ...

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