Back in September, the government of Canada announced regulations that will require an average renewable fuel content of five percent in gasoline and two percent in diesel fuel and heating oil. Implementation of the renewable fuel content for gasoline went into effect on December 15th, 2010, but the two percent requirement for diesel fuel and heating oil was not to be enforced until the government conducted feasibility studies. Well, testing is now complete and Canada's government is ready to mo
Both diesel and regular petroleum gasoline sold in Canada will soon contain at least five percent renewable oil, the federal government committed to recently. Now, the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) has announced how they're going to help the country reach this goal. The CRFA's plan was developed with input from farmers, agribusiness, fuel producers and consumers, according to CRFA executive director Kory Teneycke. Unsurprisingly, the plan focuses on producing and using more ethanol
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