Air Pollution in Delhi had peaked to hazardous level in first week of November 2017 like in many previous years. Methanol Economy is likely to cut pollution, dependence on fossil fuels and add billions worth of saving to exchequer and support India's economic development.
Air Pollution in Delhi had peaked to hazardous level in first week of November 2017 like in many previous years. Methanol Economy is likely to cut pollution, dependence on fossil fuels and add billions worth of saving to exchequer and support India's economic development.

Delhi Smog advances introduction of BS -VI grade auto fuels in NCT Delhi to April 2018

Taking into account the serious pollution levels in Delhi and adjoining areas, Petroleum Ministry in consultation with Public Oil Marketing Companies has decided for preponement of BS-VI grade auto fuels in NCT of Delhi w.e.f 01.04.2018 instead of 01.04.2020. OMCs have also been asked to examine the possibility of introduction of BS-VI auto fuels in the whole of NCR area w.e.f 01.04.2019.
The Government of India has been making concerted efforts in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Commitment at COP 21, to reduce vehicular emissions and improve fuel efficiency with an aim to reduce the carbon footprints and keep a healthy environment. India has followed the regulatory pathway for fuel quality and vehicle emissions standards termed as Bharat Stage (BS).
The Ministry of Petroleum and natural Gas has successfully introduced the BS-IV grade transportation fuels across the country w.e.f April 1st 2017. With the launch of BS-IV grade fuel, a new era of clean transportation fuels has begun which will benefit all citizens of our country by substantially reducing pollution levels. Migration to BS-IV grade fuels shows India’s resolve to cut down emissions. Earlier, Government in consultation with stakeholders has decided to meet international best practices by leapfrogging directly from BS-IV to BS-VI grade by 1st April, 2020, skipping BS-V altogether. Oil refining companies are making huge investments in fuel up gradation projects to produce the BS-VI grade fuels.

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