The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is offering a new incentive aimed at encouraging fuel refiners to speed the introduction of ultra-low sulfur diesel to the nation's fuel pumps. Ultra-low sulfur diesel is required beginning next June for highway use, but refiners and importers will be given credit for the amount delivered into the distribution center prior to the mandate, the EPA says. The EPA sees incentives as a way to ease the transition to cleaner fuel. “Providing incentives ...
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