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11 September 2014 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo, Christopher Swann

New plants in China and the Middle East will flood the world fuel markets, lifting output at the fastest rate since 1999. U.S. firms like Phillips 66, with access to cheap crude, can weather the storm. Rivals across the Atlantic, where margins are low, won’t be so lucky. 

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