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ISO revises global standard for marine fuels

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization), a worldwide federation of national standards bodies, has revised ISO 8217, the global standard for marine fuels. “The general requirements and scope in the 6th edition reflect the evolving composition of fuels. It now allows for fuels to contain not only ‘petroleum’ hydrocarbons but …
Groundbreaking ASTM specification supports 100 octane gasoline

A new ASTM International standard that supports 100 octane fuel could help drive innovation in the auto industry as cars with higher performance engines are introduced into the global marketplace. This new standard responds to multi-year effort by engine manufacturers and others to create a broadly accepted specification for this …
Shell opens first UK hydrogen refuelling station

Shell has opened its first hydrogen refuelling station in the UK, located at Cobham Services on London’s orbital motorway, the M25, the UK’s busiest refuelling station. Shell’s Cobham site opened in 2012 and was built for the 150,000 vehicles that travel on the M25 on a daily basis. The site …
Genoil Inc. to collaborate with Bomin Group on low sulphur fuel

Genoil Inc., a publicly traded clean technology engineering company for the petroleum industries based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Hamburg, Germany-based Bomin Group, a leading global physical supplier and trader of marine fuel, for a potential collaboration to develop low sulphur fuel products …
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