Survey: Some US refiners are uncertain about plans for ultralow-sulfur diesel

04/19/2004
Some US refiners are still uncertain as to the types of capital investments they will make to satisfy new ultralow-sulfur diesel highway-fuel regulations, according to a survey from the Clean Fuels Clearinghouse. Responses show that refiners have made little progress compared to a previous survey. The study, entitled "Delivering business solutions for cleaner fuels," released the results on Jan. 5, 2004, of a November 2003 survey. The Clearinghouse has conducted six surveys since January 2002 to track the progress that refiners are making to comply with clean gasoline and diesel regulations.According to the survey, 35% of the responders said they disagreed when asked if their companies ha...
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