By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - U.S. diesel engine manufacturers and petroleum refiners should have no problem in meeting new federal standards to reduce the amount of sulfur in diesel fuel, according to a new Environmental Protection Agency report. The report was a blow to the U.S. oil industry, which complained it would have a tough time complying with the EPA's goal of cutting the sulfur level in diesel fuel by 97 percent to just 15 parts per million (ppm). Refiners ...
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