"Clean fuel initiatives primarily aimed at reducing sulfur are a cornerstone of this plan. The regulations require all refiners to produce a gasoline pool with a cumulative sulfur content of 30 parts per million by January 1, 2005. The diesel specifications call for an average of 15 parts per million by July 1, 2006.
Achieving these clean fuel targets requires revamping 40-year-old plus refining assets and infrastructure. Here's how ProjEx Technologies Ltd. in Calgary used laser scanning technology to minimize field rework and complete the design and installation of new rail and truck loading facilities within the client's compressed schedule. This project required the addition of significant infrastructure in and around the existing operating Husky Energy Refinery located in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada."
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