NEW DIESEL RULES SPARK FEARS OF FUEL SHORTAGES IN CALIFORNIA

California's new regulation governing the aromatics content of diesel has sparked fears of shortages of the fuel when the rule takes effect this fall. Despite assurances from the state's air quality agency, independent fuel marketers, truckers, and farmers have voiced concerns there may be a shortfall of the new specification diesel because some key refiners won't be able to produce it by the Oct. 1 deadline.

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