Canada - Fuels

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The Minister of the Environment publishes laws covering detailed requirements for fuels that include the limits on sulphur concentration in gasoline and diesel and the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) issues complete fuel standards. Sulphur in gasoline is limited to a refinery average of 10 mg/kg. The sulphur content of diesel fuels is limited to 15 mg/kg, except for use in large marine and stationary engines or locomotive engines which have higher limits.

Overview

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Gasoline

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Introduction

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Sulphur

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Benzene

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Ethanol concentration

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Diesel

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Introduction

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Sulphur

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Biodiesel concentration

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Ethanol and Biodiesel

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Ethanol

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Biodiesel

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Reference Fuels

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Clean Fuel Standard

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Historical Data

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Gasoline - sulphur

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Last update: 27/07/2021