Speaking in Detroit on Jan. 25, BP Amoco chairman Sir John Browne says the company will spend $100 million on upgrades to its U.S. refineries to remove sulfur naturally contained in crude oil. As a result, he promises cleaner-burning gasoline in 40 cities worldwide — including Detroit and Chicago — within two to three years, and that in support of the needs of more-efficient gasoline direct-injection technology (and its reduction of CO2 emissions), “We will be there with the low-sulfur ...
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