In focus

23 November 2017

Paraffinic diesel fuels meeting the EN15940 Class A standard offer cleaner alternatives for transport. Paraffinic fuels are clean, high quality diesel fuels made from a wide variety of feedstocks, and include GTL (Gas to liquid), as well as HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil). Paraffinic fuels are fungible and can be used at any blending rates up to 100% in current and future diesel engines. Therefore, these fuels can be distributed, stored and used with the existing infrastructure, and are available now.  

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06 July 2016

ASFE’s position on the Commission’s Communication on the decarbonisation of transport

ASFE, which represents the voice of paraffinic fuels in Europe, warmly welcomes the new policy initiatives aimed at addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) and pollutant emissions from transport, including the Commission Communication on the decarbonisation of transport.

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11 May 2016

The European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) approves of final EN specification for paraffinic fuels 15940

Brussels, 11 May 2016 – Today, the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), approved of the final European CEN specification for paraffinic diesel fuels, EN 15940, by a majority of votes. While both final drafting and ratification are still underway, the EN 15940 standard is expected to come into force by 19 June 2016.

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12 November 2015

Neste: Renewable diesel will bring us forward, researchers and experts say

04 November 2015

Neste and Boeing to lead the industry on commercialization of renewable aviation fuels

15 October 2015

Council of the European Union Transport Ministers discuss targets in relation to 2011 Transport White Paper

20 August 2014

Neste's renewable diesel helped reduce the carbon footprint of some major events this summer

12 August 2014

EU funds available for clean fuel and vehicle innovations

30 July 2014

Shell Eco-Marathon to be held in London in 2016 and Shell Springboard SME innovations competition opens next month

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