WELCOME TO ACFA
Working closely with fuel policymakers, regulators and stakeholders in the fuel industry, ACFA promotes and advances the use of cleaner transport fuels based on principles of sound science, cost efficiency and sustainability of the environment. Since our inception in 2000, we have been dedicated to the responsible usage of ethers in automotive fuels while meeting the needs of
modern automotive vehicle technology. We believe the use of cleaner fuels is one of the most compelling answers to improving air quality.
IN FOCUS
JAMA: Towards upgrading regular gasoline to 95 RON
In this issue of “In Focus” we are pleased to share with our readers an important report by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) regarding the positive effects of upgrading regular gasoline to higher octane grades of 95 RON and above for better fuel economy performance.


CONVERSATIONS
WITH ACFA
In Conversation with:
Clarence Woo
sharing with us his experiences over the past 11 years in ACFA as well as his thoughts and views for the future.


FUEL FOR THOUGHT
Latest Snapshot
▪  SAE Powertrain Panel:
Higher-octane gas could
improve fuel economy
▪  IPCC calls for major shift
to renewables to cut
emissions
▪  WHO: air pollution linked
to 7 million premature deaths
▪  Vietnam and Thailand
governments start work to
update emission standards
for in-use diesel vehicles
▪  BP to halt operations at
Bulwer refinery by next year







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