TESTS SHOW LIMITS ON OXYGEN CONTENT TO BE UNWARRANTED

Results from recent testing by the Oxygenated R Fuels Association (OFA) indicate that oxygen content ceilings on gasoline for the purpose of controlling NOx emissions appear to be unwarranted. OFA Executive Director Jack Murray reported the study findings to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in November 1992.

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