Canada - Fuels

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The key authorities for the regulation of fuel properties are Environment Canada, which publishes and administers the relevant environmental laws, and the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) which administers complete fuel standards. These authorities are moving towards harmonisation with US Federal fuel standards. Sulphur in gasoline is limited to a refinery annual average of 30 ppm, until the end of 2016 after which it reduces to 10 ppm.  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.

Diesel

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Sulphur

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Biodiesel

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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

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Reference Fuels

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Last update: 09/09/2015