February 1997

Special Report: Clean Fuels

Trends in catalysis research to meet future refining needs

Environmental and clean-fuel requirements are creating a demand for new and innovative catalysts

Absi-Halabi, M., Stanislaus, A., Qabazard, H., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research

M. ABSI-HALABI, A. STANISLAUS and H. QABAZARD, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Safat, Kuwait       Comments? Write:editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com The introduction of reformulated gasoline (RFG) and low-sulfur diesel has been very successful in reducing harmful automobile emissions. Further improvements in fuel quality have been proposed for 2000 and beyond. Such improved-quality RFG (Phase II RFG) and environmentally friendly diesel are expected to be the predominant fuels for transportation worldwide for the near term (at least until 2025 to 2035). This is despite the progress that has been made in alternative fuels for automobi

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