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Byline: Rick Robinson
Apr. 25--Phillips Petroleum has devised a way to get sulfur out of gasoline more cheaply, and it's working better than expected, company executives say.
The method, called S Zorb Sulfur Removal Technology, also holds promise for extracting sulfur from diesel fuel, they say. That could be important because diesel sulfur content must be lowered drastically in the next few years under new Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
S Zorb is the work of a new Phillips unit, the Fuels Technology Division. The process has been in development for 18 months, division manager Brian Evans said.
"We think it's a breakthrough," …