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Company Overview of Octel America Inc.
Octel America Inc. manufactures, distributes, and markets fuel additives and other specialty chemicals worldwide. The company has three businesses, which includes tetraethyl lead (TEL), petroleum specialties, and performance chemicals. TEL is used in internal combustion engines to boost octane levels in gasoline and in eliminating engine knock. The petroleum specialties business develops, produces, and markets a range of specialty products, used as additives to fuels. The performance chemicals business focuses on developing environmental friendly products from its technology base. Octel America Inc. is based in Newark, Delaware. Octel America Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Innospec Inc.
200 Executive Drive
Newark, DE 19702
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