June 2006
Company Vehicle;Jun2006, p18
The article focuses on the annual bio-fuel conference titled "Further Down the Pipeline" held in Welllington, New Zealand in 2006. Minister of Energy advisor Jeanette Fitzsimons led the opening program by addressing the need for energy conservation and bio-diesel promotion in the country. Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association found that more than 3% bio-ethanol petrol blend mix would require a two pump system with a fuel labelling structure. Currently, bio-diesel is being developed in limited volumes.


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