Jay McKeeman

California Independent Oil Marketers Association

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Vice President of Government Relations and Communications for the California Independent Oil Marketers Association

Jay McKeeman on KCRW

The West Coast, including California, is not connected to gasoline pipelines in the rest of the country.  It has to be supplied by its own, separate system.  With fewer refineries than…

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The West Coast, including California, is not connected to gasoline pipelines in the rest of the country.  It has to be supplied by its own, separate system.  With fewer refineries than…

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