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HPInternet: Coordinating Research Council

If you are in the downstream industry where the fuel meets the automobile, you have probably heard about the Coordinating Research Council (CRC). CRC is a nonprofit organization that direct..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

If you are in the downstream industry where the fuel meets the automobile, you have probably heard about the Coordinating Research Council (CRC). CRC is a nonprofit organization that directs, through committee action, engineering and environmental studies on the interaction between automotive equipment and petroleum products. Sustaining members are the American Petroleum Institute (API), the Society of Automotive Engineers and the United States Council for Automotive Research. Two approaches to collaboration. The council's purpose is to assist personnel in the automotive equipment and petroleum industries in joining

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