Chevron Sees Additional South African Oil Refinery Causing GlutBy
Economic slowdown has curbed motorists' demand for fuel
Government has proposed building Africa's largest refinery
South Africa doesn’t need another oil refinery because the slowing economy has curbed demand and the country has ample gasoline production, said Shash Rabbipal, the new chairman at the local unit of Chevron Corp., the second-largest U.S. energy company.
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