MARATHON SETS REFINING OUTLAY

Marathon Oil Co. will spend $230 million to reduce sulfur content of diesel fuel produced at its two largest U.S. refineries. The projects will bring diesel fuel from Marathon plants at Garyville, La., and Robinson, Ill., into compliance with Clean Air Act requirements that go into effect in October 1993. Marathon let contracts for the work to M.W. Kellogg Co., Houston.

Jul 29th, 1991
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