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U of I’s Farmdoc says the bottom-line is that gasoline prices are likely to remain at a premium to crude oil prices until the squeeze on refining capacity is eased. Some relief may be on the horizon as gasoline demand in the U.S. usually peaks in the summer. Last week, BP reopened its downed refinery near Chicago.

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