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Around the world of Diesel
oMitsubishi Eyeing Light-Duty Diesel for U.S. Market.
oToyota Reportedly Planning Diesel-Electric Hybrid Car Around 2010.
oToyota to Introduce ‘Next-Generation Diesel’ to Europe in Mid-2008.
oMahindra Plans to Sell Diesel-Electric Hybrid Cars in U.S. Market.
oMatson Raises Hawaii Trade Shipping Rates to Compensate for Higher Costs of Buying New, Cleaner Diesel Ships
oYara, Kuwait Petroleum’s International Diesel Service (IDS) Expand ‘AdBlue’ Urea Reductant Retail Network for Clean-Diesel Trucks in Europe.
oIndia’s Second Private-Sector Refiner, Essar Oil, Commissioning New Distillates-Oriented Refinery.
oLubrizol Expands Cetane-Improver Supply to Houston, Could Support ‘Tx-LED’ High-Cetane Diesel Fuel Schemes.
oEuropean Green-Transport Lobby Urges Tougher Sulfur Limits for Ocean Ship Bunker Fuels.
oCARB Organizing Marine Diesel Clean-up Conference Feb. 7-9, 2007, in San Diego, Cal.
oU.S. Army Surveying Providers of Low-Emissions Tier 3/Tier 4 Non-Road Diesel Engines for Impact of High-Sulfur Kero-Jet & Diesel Fuels.
oCat Offers Extended Service Coverage on U.S. EPA 2007 Low-Emissions Highway Diesel Engines.
oCat Wins Its First Diesel Engine Certification for U.S. EPA 2007 Clean-Diesel Emissions Limits.
oRussia’s Tatneft Moving Ahead on Plans for New Refinery Capable of 10-ppm Sulfur ULSD.
oPetrobras Forced to Buy Lower-Quality Esterified Biodiesel for Political Reasons.
oGerman Parliament Snagged on Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) Tax Rebate Scheme.
oTechnip Wins PKN-Poland ULSD Hydrotreating Project, Start-up in 2009.
oChile’s ENAP Doubles ULSD Output Capacity at Bio-Bio Refinery, Another Project Will Boost ULSD Further.
oPhilippines Legislation Mandates Up-to-10% Biodiesel Blending, But Jeepney Drivers Say Biodiesel Causes Engine Overheating.
oBrasil Needs to Add Five New Refineries, Including 500,000 Barrels/Day More Diesel Capacity, by 2030.
oShanghai Buses Testing Shell GTL Diesel Fuel for Emissions Impacts.
oU.S. Midwest Diesel Supply Shortages Persist Due to Heavy Fall Harvest Agriculture Sector Demand Spike.
oChinese Automakers Moving to Build Own Diesel-Powered Cars, Light Trucks.
oHouston-Galveston Marine Port Vessels Would Have to Switch to ‘Texas Low Emissions Diesel’ (Tx-LED) Fuel by Jan. 1, 2009.
oHong Kong Chief Executive Candidate Proposes to Ban Industrial-Grade Diesel to Help Cut Air Pollution.
oArgentina Government Pushing Scheme for Diesel-Oriented Crude Refinery.
oChina Diesel Shortages Seen Persisting Due to ‘Irrational’ Government Retail Price Controls.
oAustralia’s Monash Coal-to-Liquids (CTL) Project Cost ‘Purely Speculative,’ Anglo-American Says.
oUganda Diesel Use Skyrocketing for Generator-Set Engine Power.
oKenya Diesel Demand Soaring.
oDaimlerChrysler, VW, Audi Team-Up on ‘Bluetec’ Name Brand for Urea-SCR for Low-NOx Diesel Cars.
oBMW Won’t Use ‘Bluetec’ Name for its 2008 Diesel Vehicles in U.S. Market.
oUsing Biodiesel Will Double Frequency of Oil Filter, Lube Oil, Fuel Filter Replacements.
oChina’s Crude Oil Import Costs Now Equivalent to Capex Cost of One Coal-to-Liquids Plant Per Month.
oKuwait Foresees 2010/2011 Commissioning of New Refinery With Big-Volume, 10-ppm Sulfur ULSD Capacity.
oNeste Oil to Build Second ‘NExBTL’ Hydrotreated-Biodiesel Plant at its Porvoo Refinery.
oHeadwaters Urges U.S. To Pursue Coal-to-Liquids (CTL) Diesel Plants.