U.S. Shortage of Oil Refining Capacity Called Critical High crude oil and gasoline prices have been making news for months, but the nation may have a more critical problem with its energy infrastructure -- a shortage of oil refining capacity. Madeleine Brand talks about that issue with Sudeep Reddy, an energy reporter for The Dallas Morning News.
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U.S. Shortage of Oil Refining Capacity Called Critical

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U.S. Shortage of Oil Refining Capacity Called Critical

U.S. Shortage of Oil Refining Capacity Called Critical

U.S. Shortage of Oil Refining Capacity Called Critical

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High crude oil and gasoline prices have been making news for months, but the nation may have a more critical problem with its energy infrastructure — a shortage of oil refining capacity. Madeleine Brand talks about that issue with Sudeep Reddy, an energy reporter for The Dallas Morning News.