Ashland produces low sulfur diesel for highway use

Ashland Petroleum Co. has introduced a low sulfur diesel fuel for use on U.S. highways. The new product is available to wholesale customers in a 23 state distribution system well ahead of an Oct. I deadline for diesel fuel specifications set by the Environmental Protection Agency. Ashland can produce 62,500 b/d of the new fuel at its three refineries in Catlettsburg, Ky., St. Paul Park, Minn., and Canton, Ohio.

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