Diesel Fuel

Distillate Markets
Distillate Markets

Exploiting Oil-Shale Reserves In The Green River

Utah-based Red Leaf Resources has launched construction of a pioneering project aimed at producing a type of crude oil from the U.S.’s vast oil-shale reserves—a crude especially suited for upgrading to ultralow sulfur diesel (ULSD) and kero-jet.

Regulation & Legislation
Fuels

Axens Wins MOL Hydrocracking-Unit Revamp

Refinery technology specialist Axens announced August 27 that it won a contract from Hungary-based MOL to revamp the “DMHCK” mild hydrocracking and fluid catalytic cracking feed hydrotreater at MOL’s 162,000 barrel per day Danube refinery in Hungary.

Transportation
Distillate Markets
Distillate Markets
Distillate Markets

Light-Crude Flood Survival Tips, Part I

As light crude oil disseminates throughout the U.S., refiners are faced with processing a wide range of blended crudes, foreign companies are forced to develop operations strategies in light of this supply and exporting processed condensates becomes a viable alternative.

Regulation & Legislation

Railyard Diesel Exhaust Not ‘Solid Waste'

The U.S. Appeals Court for the Ninth Circuit on August 20 upheld a lower court ruling that rejected a lawsuit brought by “greens” claiming that railyards should be hit by “solid waste” regulations for their diesel particulate matter emissions.

Regulation & Legislation

Bosch Refutes Euro-6 Diesel-Car Low Efficiency

A new analysis by automotive components giant Bosch contradicts a recent claim by “green” advocates that upcoming Euro-6 diesel cars mostly will employ relatively low-efficiency exhaust gas recirculation for cutting nitrogen oxides emissions.