Lead additive firm profits from tighter regulations

UK-based chemicals firm Associated Octel, best known for making lead fuel additives, has seen its share price more than double since its relaunch as Innospec two years ago. Several of the firm’s new products fill niches created by tighter environmental regulation, but its refusal to set a deadline for the phase-out of lead additives has attracted criticism.

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