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15/10/2018
15 October 2018: EFOA together with ACFA and ACELA have jointly launched a global fuel ethers website. Learn what fuel ethers are, why they are used, how they contribute to cleaner air globally and how they make our world cleaner. https://globalfuelethers.com/
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01/10/2018
1 October 2018: Transport emissions present an ongoing challenge and addressing them is essential if Europe is to become more climate and environmentally sustainable. While many technological developments have already contributed to reducing car emissions, the fuel itself can play a key role in reducing pollution.
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12/07/2018
20 June: EFOA organised a debate at the European Parliament on the CO2 standards for cars’ regulation.
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12/02/2018
5-6 February 2018: Higher performing (high octane) fuels such as fuel ethers play a significant role in mitigating air pollution today.
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22/01/2018
17 January 2018. The European Parliament adopted a report on the Energy Efficiency Directive, including an amendment on higher performing fuels.
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22/01/2018
10 January 2018: EFOA has the pleasure to present you with summaries of several new studies commissioned by EFOA in 2016 and 2017, which are available in our Library.
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28/11/2017
28 November 2017: Following the vote on the Energy Efficiency Directive in the European Parliament’s Energy Committee (ITRE), the European Fuel Oxygenates Association (EFOA) would like to welcome it's positive outcome.
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09/11/2017
9 November 2017: EFOA welcomes the proposal for revised CO2 standards for new passenger cars and  for new light commercial vehicles published by the European Commission.
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16/10/2017
September 2017: Ewa Abramiuk-Lété, a Polish national, joined EFOA in September 2017 as the new Secretary General.
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23/02/2015
EFOA welcomes the findings of the weight of evidence analysis (WoE) to determine the potential endocrine activity of Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE).that confirms that MTBE is not an endocrine disruptor.
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