Around the world of Diesel
oU.S. Automakers Urge U.S. President George Bush to Support Ethanol, Biodiesel ‘Alternative Fuels.
oBMW Chief Sees High-Performance Diesel Car Coming to U.S. ‘As Soon As Next Year.
oCemtrex Pursuing Ship Diesel NOx, Smoke Emissions Markets.
oMercedes Sees 10% of its N. American Light Vehicle Sales as Diesels by 2010.
oIndonesia’s Kerosene Subsidies Will Slam Federal Treasury with $111 Million Losses This Year.
oHong Kong Could Achieve Much Better Air-Quality by Converting All Diesel Trucks to Minimum Euro-4 Standards.
oFrance Seen Likely to Boost Biodiesel Blend Target to 7%.
oDiesel Vehicles Now Outselling Gasoline Vehicles in European New-Car Sales Survey.
oBapco Boasts ‘Cleanest Diesel in the World’ in $680 Million Project.
oU.S. Diesel Fuel Retailers, American Trucking Associations Push for More Study on Automated Temperature Compensation (ATC) in Response to ‘Hot Fuel’ Charges.
oFord/International Flame-Throwing Diesel Particle Filter Now Available on Internet Video.
oU.S. Federal Court Trashes Lawsuit Blaming Diesel Tanks for Collapse of Office Building Next to Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001.
oCorn-Ethanol Demand Growth Spells More Bad News for Diesel Fuel Consumers.
oShanghai Petrochemical’s Diesel Production, Profits Down in 2006.
oUP’s Scheme to Slash Diesel Emissions Might Not Be Enough to Win Rail-Port Expansion Approval.
oRomania Clean-Diesel Project Due to Come On-Line Next Year.
oThai Ministry Wants to Force 1 or 2% Biodiesel Blending.
oSteve Westbrook Wins ASTM International Award of Merit.
oGen-Set’ Railway Locomotive Claims to Achieve U.S. EPA’ Tier-4 Emissions Limits 8 Years Ahead of Proposed 2015 Deadline.
oCARB Explains Marine Gasoil Fuel-Mixture Limits in Regulations for Ocean-Going Ship Auxiliary Engines.
oU.S. Farmers Slashing Soybean Production That Could Have Gone for Biodiesel, Planting Corn for Ethanol Instead.
oPetrobras Introduces 200-ppm Sulfur, 51-Cetane Marine Diesel Fuel for Pleasure Craft.
oLukoil Expanding ULSD Retail Offerings in Northwest Russia.
oCity of Dallas Using NOx-Reducing Additive for 20% Biodiesel Blend.