DETROIT — Oil refining giant BP Amoco announces this week that it is bringing its new low-sulfur gasoline formula to the heart of the automotive industry: the Detroit metro area. With the introduction of BP Amoco's low-sulfur gasoline, Detroit joins the Atlanta and Chicago metro areas, which have enjoyed low-sulfur fuel since last year. The new gasoline, to be marketed as Crystal Clear Amoco Ultimate and BP Super 93, contains 30 parts per million (ppm) sulfur, about one-tenth the ...
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