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Cracking up

6 April 2010 By Christopher Swann

Refiners have become the most unloved part of the U.S. energy business. With feeble demand and a global glut, investors now value them at just a quarter the cost of building new capacity. Such excessive pessimism creates opportunity for the bold.

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