CHICAGO – British Petroleum is looking to raise awareness of its now-in-production premium diesel fuel. The new fuel formulation, dubbed Emissions Control Diesel (ECD), boasts a 15 parts per million sulfur content and a cetane number of 45. The ECD fuel is produced in BP’s Whiting, IN; Toledo, OH; and Carson, CA, refineries. One early adopter is the city of Chicago, for its transit buses. BP also is in the early stages of supplying 50 and 51 cetane diesel fuels to retail outlets in ...

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