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April 30, 2014 – Hart Energy Research & Consulting’s International Fuel Quality Center has ranked the top 100 countries based on sulfur limits in gasoline. The countries were ranked based on the following criteria:

  • Maximum allowable limits in national standards and legislation;
  • Year of implementation for sulfur limits as required by legislation and year of voluntary implementation, if any;
  • Limits in local or regional standards (such as specifications for cities or states); and
  • Market levels.

Members can refer to complete fuel specifications, including sulfur limits by country, in the Fuel Specifications sections of individual country profiles. For more information on our services, to get in touch with an expert in your region, or to send any comments or questions regarding this ranking, e-mail us here.

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# Not actually included in ranking; highlighted for significant achievement.
* Best ranking based on available information.
^ Not included in previous rankings.

Source: Hart Energy Research & Consulting, April 2014

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