Two companies are pooling their resources in an effort to develop better strategies of cutting diesel emissions production. IFP (Institut Francais de Petrole) of Rueil-Malmaison, France, an oil and natural gas research organization, will join forces with Octel Corp. of Newark, DE, a chemical company specializing in the manufacture of fuel additives. So far, the companies say they have developed a technology involving the injection of a small quantity of additive into diesel fuel in ...

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