RPT-ANALYSIS-US MPG plan shoots for moon, may not cut oil demand


(Repeating analysis that originally ran on Friday, July 29) * Plan requires motor fleet mpg to average 54.5 * Obama says new rules will cut oil use by 2.2 mln bpd * Energy analysts see it stalling demand growth By David Sheppard NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - While U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to increase fuel economy standards is a positive step to reducing America's reliance on imported oil, the full benefits may not be felt for at least another 25 years. Analysts called ...

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