August 2005

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HPIn Europe: European refiners pocket 60¢/gal premium for octane

Shell's marketers in Germany and elsewhere are doing some pretty cool stuff with their gasoline. And then there're surprising, some might say, slightly crazy things happening in biogasoline in Sweden ..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Shell's marketers in Germany and elsewhere are doing some pretty cool stuff with their gasoline. And then there're surprising, some might say, slightly crazy things happening in biogasoline in Sweden right now. But, in general, the gasoline market is stagnant or in negative growth in most of Western Europe. From a quality point of view, EN228 European gasoline also feels more mature. Whereas a considerable area of doubt remains about particulate tailpipe emissions from the diesel parc – which may yet land refiners with a hefty job of cutting polyaromatic hydrocarbons – the refining industry and the catalytic converter are generally thought of as having met the challenge of ga

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