ASHLAND CITES SAVINGS IN MEASURING OCTANE

Ashland Petroleum Co. expects its InfraTane octane measuring technology to save $1.3 million/year at its 213,000 b/d Catlettsburg, Ky., refinery. It was installed there this fall. Ashland calls the system "superior technology" for measuring octane and other constituents during gasoline blending. It first was installed and tested at Ashland's 67,100 b/d St. Paul Park, Minn., refinery. Charles B. Miller, group vice president of manufacturing, said the system proved itself by saving money and

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