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Mexico holds up oil refinery deal, Clean Fuels spokeman says (access required)

Plans to build the first American oil refinery in 30 years are in a holding pattern, as the developer seeks a long-term crude oil supplier and investors for the site in eastern Yuma County. Ian Calkins, a spokesman for Arizona Clean Fuels Yuma, said the company has received permission from the Mexican government to build a ...

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