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Gasoline Markets: Special Gasoline Blends Reduce Emissions and Improve Air Quality, but Complicate Supply and Contribute to Higher Prices
The Clean Air Act requires some areas with poor ai

Our Price: $20.00
By Jim Wells (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 46
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422302334

The Clean Air Act requires some areas with poor air quality to use a “special gasoline blend” designed to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds & nitrogen oxides & requiring the use of an oxygenate such as ethanol. In less severely polluted areas, the Act allows states to require the use of other special blends as part of their effort to meet air quality standards. This report answered the following: (1) To what extent are special gas blends used in the U.S. & how, if at all, is this use expected to change in the future?; (2) What effect has the use of these blends had on reducing vehicle emissions & improving overall air quality? (3) What is the effect of these blends on the gas supply? & (4) How do these blends affect gas costs? Charts & tables.

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