Regulations & Policy
Members have around-the-clock access to our professional team with a unique combination of refining, automotive, fuels and regulatory & policy experience. These experts are in close contact with industry legislative and regulatory bodies all over the world to provide maximum value to our members.
IFQC consultants provide expertise to key international organizations such as OPEC, CEN, ASTM, JCAP, ISO, APEC, UNPCFV and governmental bodies such as U.S. EPA, U.S. DOE, Ministry of Environment Protection (China), EU Commission and many more...
Do you need to keep an eye on legislative and regulatory initiatives?
Learn how IFQC analyzes the impact of new regulatory measures on the refining, automotive and fuels industry through:
IFQC regularly reports on regulatory topics related to transportation fuels such as
Fuel Policy Trends,
Climate Change Developments,
and other legislative changes.
Below is a selection of reports delivered to our members in the last 6 months:
China: Harbin Conducted Diesel Fuel Quality Testing in Q2 2010
Sep 17, 2010
New Zealand: Government Releases Draft Energy Strategies
Jul 23, 2010
Presentation: Overview of Global Fuel Quality Policies
June 23, 2010
Colombia: B10 Delayed in Main Cities
Jul 30, 2010
Fuel Quality Policy & Technology Briefings and Webinars
IFQC's meetings afford our members an effective tool to share timely industry intelligence in open discussions - no press allowed. These events are designed to bring together the knowledge and perspective of all those representing the refining, automotive and technology industries as well as policymakers.
Past briefings have been held in Bahrain, Beijing, Brussels, Costa Rica, Detroit, Houston, Madrid, Moscow, New Delhi, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, San Antonio, Singapore, Sofia, Tokyo and Washington, DC.
Webinars and conference calls are scheduled on a regular basis. Click here for a full list of Briefings. There is no registration fee for members.
Fuel Quality Strategy Workshops
To ensure a good understanding of the basis behind Automotive Fuel Quality Policies and to teach Regulatory Bodies the basics of refining processes, vehicle technology and the link between air quality, fuel quality and emissions, IFQC offers Fuel Quality Strategy Workshops.
Our training module incorporates a building block approach, allowing each country to tailor-make its own fuel quality strategy dependent on their situation while using the breadth of the global experience provided by IFQC.