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Publication date: Feb 26 2020
ECOWAS adopts harmonized gasoline and diesel specifications and vehicle exhaust emissions requirements. New limits will be enforced from 2021 for...
Description: ECOWAS: New fuel quality specifications still need to be implemented by member...
Publication date: Feb 26 2020
Tags - Ethanol
As of January 1, 2020, service stations are not required to supply E5 gasoline in Spain.
Description: Spain: end of the obligation to supply E5
Publication date: Feb 21 2020
On February 18, 2020, the government announced that it aims to phase out conventional vehicles run on gasoline and diesel by 2040.
Description: Singapore: Promotion of EVs and plan to phase out conventional vehicles by 2040
Publication date: Feb 20 2020
SGS fuel survey shows very bad quality gasoline and diesel in Russia.
Description: Russia: Low quality gasoline and diesel found in the market
Publication date: Feb 17 2020
Tags - Refining
A feasibility study to build an oil refinery in Ethiopia to process 120,000 barrels per day of crude is being has been carried out.
Description: ETHIOPIA: FIRST REFINERY PLANNED TO BE BUILT
Publication date: Feb 17 2020
New light-duty vehicle exhaust emissions standards apply in Ghana as of January 1, 2020.
Description: Ghana: new light-duty vehicle emissions standards entered into force
Publication date: Feb 12 2020
Tags - Biodiesel
On February 11, 2020, APROBI announced that it will start laboratory trial of B40 from March 2020, two months delay from the original plan in January...
Description: Indonesia: Lab trials of B40 to start in March 2020, two months delay from the...
Publication date: Feb 12 2020
Per a draft estimate by EPA, GHG emissions surged by 2.9% versus 2017, even as emissions from the transportation sector grew more slowly than those of...
Description: U.S.: GHG emissions jump by 2.9% in 2018, highest rate since 2013
Publication date: Feb 11 2020
A meeting of ECOWAS governments set up plans to harmonize 50 ppm sulfur fuel standards and implement Euro 4/IV emissions standards as of January 2021.
Description: ECOWAS: Implementation of 50 ppm sulfur fuels and Euro 4/IV emissions standards