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HPIn Europe: European consumers mull their options as

Although I’ve watched it coming, it still feels like a historic moment to see the oil industry pack up its things and leave. If you sell catalysts, pumps, inspection services, display ads or anti..

Although I’ve watched it coming, it still feels like a historic moment to see the oil industry pack up its things and leave. If you sell catalysts, pumps, inspection services, display ads or anti-static additives, then that low rumble is the ground moving—your market is changing under your feet. New supplier on the horizon. People who buy fuel are waking up to a different logo on the tank truck and another voice on the telephone. Some are realizing too late that they’ll be losing a supplier with a certain standing, a reputation to preen and a level of expertise that they’ve come to count on. And if you’re not supplying, but manning a refinery or a marketing operat

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