The New Zealand government says it will require higher quality, cleaner gasoline and diesel by 2008. From Jan. 1, 2008, the level of sulfur in both grades of gasoline will be reduced to 50 parts per million. Beginning Jan. 1, 2009, sulfur content in diesel fuel will have to be no higher than 10 ppm, effectively making it sulfur-free. Associate Minister of Energy Harry Duynhoven says the reductions in sulfur levels will improve air quality, reduce the impact of particulate emissions on ...
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