A European Commission proposal to reduce air pollution and the environment impact of transport fuels has been amended by the European Parliament’s environment committee to make greenhouse-gas reductions more flexible and introduce quality standards for biodiesels. The EC proposal aims to update the 1998 fuel-quality directive, which sets minimum standards for gasoline and diesel. The reforms are designed to ensure the fuels are formulated so that less carbon-dioxide emissions are generated ...

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