Beijing plans to roll out China's tightest fuel standards by January 2017, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Monday citing the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, as the sm

This study looks into two key types of non-road mobile sources: agricultural tractors and construction equipment. Agricultural tractors are widely used in rural areas, and often operate beyond their designated tasks, serving as alternative transportation for passengers and goods.

This working paper details the differences in fuel specifications for commercial gasoline and diesel fuels in India and the EU, and assesses potential air pollutant emission impacts of these differences.

As the first in the series of "China Air - Air Pollution Prevention and Control Progress in Chinese Cities" reports, this report provides air quality data for 74 major cities from 2013-2014, as well as the pollution-control policies of those cities, the three key regions - Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Province (BTH), the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) and t

This analysis examines the environmental risks of the commercialization of diesel passenger cars in Brazil, including a potential increase in NOX and PM2.5 emissions, both of which contribute to poor air quality and negatively impact human health, as well as greenhouse gases and other species that contribute to climate change.

This Report of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas deals with the action taken by the Government on the Recommendations contained in the Fifth Report (Sixteenth Lok Sabha) of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas (2014-15) on 'National Auto Fuel Policy', which was presented to Lok Sabha on 07.05.2015 and laid in Raj

This report provides a summary of the quality of petrol and diesel used for road transport in the European Union under the requirements of the Fuel Quality Directive (FQD), based on the information reported by Member States for 2014.

BS IV compliant four wheelers mandatory from April 1, 2017 all over country. With this only those newly manufactured four-wheeled vehicles, which are complaint with the BS-IV standards will be allowed to registered and move on roads with effect from the notified dates in the notified areas.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on International Emission Norms, 11/08/2015. Different countries have laid down different emission and fuel standards for vehicles. The emission and fuel standards adopted by some countries are given in Annexure- I.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Use of Clean Fuel, 11/08/2015. The universalisation of Bharat Stage (BS) -IV norms will reduce sulphur content of the fuel to 50 ppm and the implementation of BS-V / BS-VI emission norms will further reduce the sulphur content to 10 ppm and will improve the ambient air quality.