November 2004

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HPIn Europe: The $3,500 metric ton of gasoline

They're doing some unusual things with alkylate here. ?Here? being on the archipelago where I live in Sweden. There's alkylate in little plastic tanks and on the pump at a local station here. Now it a..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

They're doing some unusual things with alkylate here. ?Here? being on the archipelago where I live in Sweden. There's alkylate in little plastic tanks and on the pump at a local station here. Now it all seems a bit of a drop in the ocean. But these Swedes, for all their idiosyncrasies, have led Europe on pretty much all the big changes in fuels refining and marketing the past 10 years. Is what's happening here just a flash in the pan? Or could it be that perhaps a gasoline that retails after tax at US$3,591/metric ton in little plastic tanks is a specialty business opportunity for some of you? Environmental driver. A Solomon study identifies two of the world's most energy-effi

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