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ExxonMobil names new low-sulfur fuel

Oil major ExxonMobil's new low-sulfur fuel enters the market in the fall, and now the product's name is unveiled.

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ExxonMobil now names the new low-sulfur fuel the US oil company plans on launching in the fall.

The fuel is called EMF.5, developed to comply with the new sulfur regulations entering force next year.

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