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Publication date: Sep 24 2018
From Oct.12, 2018, new vehicles and refueling/ recharging stations have to comply with the new fuel labeling rules, according to standard EN 16942
Description: EU: new fuel labeling requirements as of Oct.12, 2018
Publication date: Sep 19 2018
The Ministry of Hydrocarbons in Bolivia confirmed to SGS INSPIRE that gasoline RON 91 was introduced in November 2017 as a pilot project in Santa Cruz...
Description: BOLIVIA: PLAN TO REPLACE RON 91 WITH RON 92 E10
Publication date: Sep 19 2018
Gabon introduced a new regulation on fuels including lower sulfur limits for gasoline RON 91 and diesel.
Description: GABON: NEW REGULATION ON FUELS INCLUDES LOWER SULFUR LIMIT
Publication date: Sep 17 2018
SGS Inspire and ClipperData collaborate to provide news alerts on fuel specification changes worldwide
Description: SGS AND CLIPPERDATA COLLABORATE TO PROVIDE NEWS ALERTS ON FUEL SPECIFICATION CHANGES...
Publication date: Sep 14 2018
Our market analyst on Asia and the Middle East, Lucky Nurafiatin, presents the latest fuel quality developments in Asia.
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Publication date: Aug 31 2018
Earlier in August 2018, the government of Fiji published new fuel standards which will come into force in January 2019
Description: Fiji: New Fuel Standards to be Implemented from January 2019
Publication date: Aug 30 2018
Following the success of the two-year pilot biodiesel program for city buses and the need to curb air pollution, Shanghai introduced B5 diesel at 2...
Description: China: Shanghai to Increase B5 Diesel Supply
Publication date: Aug 30 2018
The government released a mandatory B20 for all diesel including diesel used in the off-road transportation sector including trains.
Description: Indonesia: 20 vol.% biodiesel in all diesel sold from Sept. 1, 2018
Publication date: Aug 23 2018
The National Environment Agency sets maximum limits of fuel additives to be added into the current gasoline and diesel specifications w.e.f July...
Description: Singapore: Maximum Limits of Fuel Additives will be Implemented from July 2019
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