WASHINGTON, April 26 (Reuters) - The American Petroleum Institute said on Wednesday it does not expect any widespread gasoline supply disruptions during the summer vacation season. "We do not anticipate that consumers are going to have any widespread problems," API President Red Cavaney told reporters. However, he said there could be some local supply disruptions. Some gasoline stations on the U.S. East Coast have run short of fuel in recent days due to problems with the transition to ...
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