|SDemand change could occur, but it would take
some time to occur. Meanwhile U.S. supply will be met, and, as will be shown,
gasoline imports have become an essential component of US supply and will
continue to be needed. US refiners
alone do not have the capacity to fully meet US gasoline demand
|SCurrent expectations about refining capacity
additions indicate that gasoline imports need to increase in the future
|SNext, we will address the availability of
import supply will be available.
|–Why imports have been a competitive supply
|–Future impacts of U.S. specification changes;
|–International supply/demand impacts.