CONOCO STEPS UP DENVER AIR-FUELS PROGRAM

Conoco Inc. has taken several steps designed to help improve air quality in Colorado. The company introduced a reformulated, unleaded gasoline in the Denver area and plans to stop producing leaded regular gasoline by Mar. 31 at its 46,000 b/sd Commerce City refinery in Denver. Conoco will continue using natural gas as a refinery process fuel during the November-March oxygen mandate season, a step the company started in 1988. The refinery uses fuel oil or liquid process fuels the rest of the

Mar 12th, 1990
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