Low sulfur diesel plant up to the task
New $64M distillate desulfurization unit at Tesoroís Nikiski refinery can be expanded in event of increased demand in Alaska
With the startup at the end of May of the new $64 million distillate desulfurization unit at Tesoroís Nikiski refinery on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska now has an in-state source of low sulfur diesel. The plantís initial 10,000 barrel-per-day capacity should be more than adequate to meet Alaskaís curr....
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