Biden Calls on Big Oil to Increase Refining Capacity

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President Joe Biden responds to a question about complaints by Chevron’s CEO who said the administration has largely criticized the oil and gas industry and at times vilified it. Biden said oil companies should be able to increase refining capacity. He spoke to reporters on June 21.

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