MUMBAI – After months of chess-like moves, India’s oil and automotive industries have joined in the launch of the country’s Bharat Stage-4 emissions standards for 13 cities. Sulphur content in diesel and gasoline fuel targeted for the cities has been reduced to 50 parts per million. Standards for light-duty vehicles are 0.08-0.1 of particulate matter, 0.1-0.16 hydrocarbons and 1.0-2.27 for carbon monoxide. It has been a considerable undertaking for the state oil companies to clean ...
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