US EPA releases latest data on sulfur in gasoline
The 2019 US average sulfur in gasoline was 17.5 ppm. We are still a long way from meeting the 10 ppm Tier 3 goal for 2020. We came down from 26.6 ppm in 2014 to 17.5 in 2019, and the most difficult 7.5 ppm remain to be removed. With more than half of 2020 behind us, it is clear the industry is way behind schedule in adjusting operations to meet the Tier 3 standard. Contact Hoekstra Trading for full up-to-date data and analysis of the Tier 3 issue. We have hard data and tools that will help you adapt immediately, before the risks get out of control.
At recent industry forums, refining process expert, George Hoekstra, presented a detailed argument that much work remains for US refiners to profitably meet the Tier ...
The 2019 US average sulfur in gasoline was 17.5 ppm. We are still a long way from meeting the 10 ppm Tier 3 goal for 2020. We came down from 26.6 ppm in 2014 to ...
Starting in January 2020, gasoline sold in the United States must contain no more than 10 ppm sulfur. This short, easy-to-read book gives a high-level overview of the ...