Pretoria - South Africa was 15 years behind the rest of the world when it came to fuel standards and quality, which was one of the threats facing the country’s automotive industry.

A West African drive to clean up toxic fuels that campaigners say pose a health hazard to millions has run into difficulties less than two months after it was announced, according to importers, tra

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Cherub Singla Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 28/04/2016 regarding fuel adulteration resulting in increased level of air pollution. The Respondents are MoEF, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gases and CPCB. CPCB has yet to resond and has requested the Tribunal for two weeks time to submit the reply.

NEW DELHI: An engineer on Monday moved the National Green Tribunal against alleged adulteration of petrol and diesel at fuel stations prompting the green panel to direct inspection of petrol pumps

"There is a link between rising pollution levels and hotter days," said Dr Gufran Beig, Program Director at System of Air Quality Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).

Sri Lanka's Ministry of Petroleum Industries has focused its attention on introducing a cleaner diesel fuel to the local market, according to the Ministry sources.

Motorists in the Kathmandu valley are not only facing a petrol shortage for the second time in a month, but are also hit by adulterated petroleum products.

This paper focuses on ways to reduce the emissions of the in-use vehicle fleet, with particular emphasis on heavy-duty diesel trucks, due to their disproportionate contribution to both urban air quality and greenhouse gas emissions.

This power policy by Pakistan's Ministry of Water and Power aims to support the current and future energy needs of the country. It presents vision for the power sector, highlighting its key challenges, setting major goals, summarizing policy principles, and also the strategy devised to achieve the nation's aspirations.

New Delhi In a major boost to the Centre’s efforts to target subsidies to the neediest, 11 states have already signed up to the plan to transfer cash directly to the chosen beneficiaries to disburse kerosene subsidy.

The scheme aims to plug leakages in the public distribution system. The 2012-13 Budget had set aside a R100-crore incentive for states joining the scheme before March 31, 2013. This allocation has obviously worked.