U.S. government energy and environment officials give an upbeat assessment of the spread of ultra low-sulfur diesel (ULSD), saying refiners are exceeding production expectations for the cleaner-burning fuel. The federal government is requiring petroleum companies to provide ULSD, which contains less than 15 parts per million of sulfur compared with 500 PPM in conventional diesel, to retail gas stations by the Oct. 15 federal deadline. USLD contains 97% less sulfur particulate than ...
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