SAO PAULO – Imported hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) generate more emissions due to Brazilian gasoline, says Petrobras SA. which conducts tests on the vehicles. The oil company, which conducts tests on the vehicles, says Brazilian gasoline contains 25% alcohol and more sulfur than the gasoline of other countries. “With our gasoline, consumption and gas emissions would be 10% greater than in the U.S," Tadeu Cordeiro de Melo, coordinator of the vehicle test laboratory at Petrobras, says. ...

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