Carmakers around the world are calling for sulfur-free fuels in the revised World-Wide Fuel Charter released late last month. The Charter calls for sulfur-free gasoline and diesel fuel (maximum 5-10 parts per million) in the pursuit of more stringent vehicle emission controls and reduced fuel consumption. Regulatory changes and new technology demands in Asia, Europe and North America will require cleaner fuels than the fuels that dominate the market today. Japan has sulfur-free premium ...
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