SEVERE HYDROTREATING OF DIESEL CAN CAUSE FUEL-INJECTOR FAILURE

Martin Booth Shell International Petroleum Co. London Peter E. Wolveridge Shell Research Ltd. Chester, U.K. The U.S. and Europe are increasingly tightening diesel-fuel quality specifications, particularly with respect to sulfur content. This trend is directing the oil industry toward progressively more severe types of hydrocatalytic manufacturing.

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