14 November 2017

High octane fuels to play major role in reaching EU clean mobility targets

On 9 November, the European Fuel Oxygenates Association (EFOA) welcomed the proposal for revised CO2 standards for new passenger cars and  for new light commercial vehicles published by the European Commission. 

It marks an important step towards greener mobility in EuropeThe Commission’s Impact Assessment recognises that around 95% of vehicles on Europe's roads still have an internal combustion engine (ICEs), which means that high octane fuels combined with high performance engines can play a key role in reducing emissions from passenger cars.

For further information, please read the press release of EFOA.