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Arab Oil / US #475584

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 13, 1974
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(Studio) Arab oil has leaked from foreign cntrys. to United States to some degree.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tarrytown, New York) Turkey produces own oil and also imports Arab oil. United States oil imported from Turkey may be Arab oil or Turkish oil. Route of ship suspected of carrying Arab oil traced to New York. Ship's gasoline under Jock Oil contract. Romania also producer own oil, but imports Arab oil. A Romanian ship's route to United States traced. Romanian ship's oil under Jock Oil contract too. Romanian ship eventually ends up at Exxon oil terminal in Linden, New Jersey. [Gas and oil broker Armand VENTURA - explains broker's function.] [In Tarrytown, New York, station owner, Thomas HOFFMAN - says owners never know exact origin of gasoline.]
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

Chancellor, John;
Hunt, Richard

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