* IEA says strong global demand mostly behind price run-up * U.S. refining operations for May lowest since 1985 * Refiners say weak U.S. gasoline demand reduce operations (Adds comments from IEA official, details on FTC probe) By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - Oil refineries running at the lowest capacity in nearly three decades years does not indicate that U.S. refiners are manipulating prices for gasoline and other products, an official with the International Energy ...
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