TOUGH AIR-QUALITY GOALS SPUR QUEST FOR TRANSPORTATION FUEL CHANGES

The resurgence of environmental awareness in the U.S. could present a refining challenge during the 1990s as great as that of World War 11 or of unleaded gasoline. In particular, tougher environmental regulations targeting vehicle emissions will change the nature of the fuels produced by refiners and the processing schemes used to produce the fuels. By the end of the 1990s, refiners will be formulating gasoline and diesel fuel as much to meet environmental considerations as to meet quality

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