The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has given its approval to a second major refiner to produce a clean burning diesel fuel that will meet new state standards required of all California refiners in October. The approval went to Texaco Refining and Marketing Inc., which developed an alternative to the "clean diesel recipe" adopted by CARB in November 1988. CARB said it approved the Texaco alternative because it is equally effective as the CARB recipe in reducing auto exhaust emissions.

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