Patrick CrowEnergy Policies Editor
Canadian refiners face large investments (27689 bytes) in the next few years to produce an array of cleaner fuels federal and provincial governments will require.
The Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) is examining how refiners should reformulate certain fuels to meet the nation's environmental goals. Its recommendations are expected in October.
Industry's representative, the Canadian Petroleum Products Institute (CPPI), has advised the ministers against a blanket approach to reformulation. It said mandates should be tailored to fit specific environmental proble...