African Vehicle Emissions and Fuel Standards

African Vehicle Emissions and Fuel Standards

African Countries to Represent the Largest Vehicle-related Pollutants Markets Worldwide

RELEASE DATE
15-Jul-2016
REGION
Africa
Research Code: 9AB2-00-59-00-00
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This market insight covers fuel and emissions standards globally with an emphasis on the adoption in African countries. The study provides an overview of emissions standards as they have developed in developed markets and the requirements of these directives. The research looks to determine if policy directives are adhered to on the ground, i.e., whether the fuels sold at service stations meet the standards voiced by government authorities and how are sulphur levels being reduced on the continent. The study also discusses the emissions elements in detail and looks at their impact on health.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Countries covered

Vehicle Emissions

Emissions—Exhaust Emissions

Emissions—Evaporative Emissions

Emissions Volumes

Effects on Health

Effects on Health (continued)

Emissions and Fuel Standards Agencies

EU Emissions Standards

EU Emissions Standards (continued)

EU Fuel Standards

African Emissions and Fuel Standards

AFRI Fuel Standards

South Africa

Nigeria

Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda

Egypt

Algeria

Country Summary Table

Conclusion

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This market insight covers fuel and emissions standards globally with an emphasis on the adoption in African countries. The study provides an overview of emissions standards as they have developed in developed markets and the requirements of these directives. The research looks to determine if policy directives are adhered to on the ground, i.e., whether the fuels sold at service stations meet the standards voiced by government authorities and how are sulphur levels being reduced on the continent. The study also discusses the emissions elements in detail and looks at their impact on health.
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Author Ryan Bax
Industries Environment
WIP Number 9AB2-00-59-00-00
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