Question raised in Lok Sabha on BS-IV Emission Standard Fuel, 05/12/2016. As per roadmap given in ‘Auto Fuel Vision & Policy, 2025’ Report, Government has notified a schedule on 19.01.2015 for phased introduction of BS-IV fuels in the entire country by 01.04.2017.

Conclusions of EPCA’s investigation into quality of fuel being used in NCR; its pollution impact and recommended actions. It is well recognized that the quality of fuel used for combustion has a critical role in the quantum of pollution generated.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Dileep B. Nevatia Vs Ministry of Environment and Forest & Others dated 30/08/2016 regarding violation of Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1981 and Environment (Protection) Act 1986, being caused due to the poor quality of kerosene supply by the public sector refineries operating under Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas to the poorest segment of the society for their cooking and other purposes and also to the Defence personnel.

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.

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.

The report takes stock of the current energy scenario in India and sets out the challenges the country faces in its quest for energy independence. It also highlights some of the distinguishing features of India’s refining sector from the perspective of meeting the country’s hydrocarbon energy needs.

The Bharat Stage (BS) norms are equivalent to Euro norms on emission. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a Notification No. GSR 555(E) dated 14.7.2015 regarding Introduction of BSIV fuel in additional cities.

The Bharat Stage (BS) norms are equivalent to Euro norms on emission. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a draft notification regarding introduction of BS-IV auto fuel norms in additional cities inviting suggestions and objections from citizens on the implementation.

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