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Fuel Fix reports that “four refining CEOs are pleading for their side to be heard in the coming congressional debate over crude exports.”  

“’The implications of lifting restrictions on exporting domestic crude are less well known to lawmakers, much less the public,’ said the executives from Alon USA, Monroe Energy, PBF Energy and Philadelphia Energy Solutions.”  

“The foursome, all members of the group Consumers and Refiners United for Domestic Energy, highlighted their concerns in a letter Tuesday to the new chairwoman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska.”

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