Cleaner fuels report greatly understates air quality benefits

Cleaner fuels such as low-sulphur city diesel and reformulated petrol could make only a modest contribution to attaining the Government's air quality objectives, according to a study for the National Society for Clean Air (NSCA).1 But a serious error in the report means that its conclusions understate hugely the potential benefits of clean fuels - allowing the oil industry to cast doubt on the case for reformulating its products.

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