White House, EPA unveil anticipated diesel fuel plan

The White House's Office of Management and Budget plans to take an expanded role in crafting updated pollution rules designed to lower emissions from diesel-powered, nonroad vehicles, according to a June 7 statement by the US Environmental Protection Agency.A draft statement from the two agencies was obtained by Oil & Gas Journal May 31; the subsequent June release by EPA was nearly identical in tone (OGJ Online, May 31, 2002).The new EPA statement says the proposal being developed will evaluate not only new emissions-control devices that would be required for new engines but also the reductions in sulfur levels that are likely to be needed to enable the control systems to operate eff...

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