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Competition for US oil gets intense as domestic demand recovers

Surging domestic oil demand may reduce the availability of US crude for export, pitting Asian refiners against US plants that are boosting their crude intakes as the spring maintenance season wraps up, according to industry consultant Energy Aspects. Increased demand from US refineries may also interfere with China's plans to import more American crude, said Energy Aspects analyst Virendra Chauhan.

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