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Fuel Quality Strategies Training Manual -- Module 1
Fuel Quality Strategy Training Workshop, 25 Oct to 1 Nov 2003, Sydney, Australia

This Module looks at the policy process and the lessons learned in several countries having undertaken fuel quality strategies. It sets the tone on how to draft fuel legislation as well as establish auto-oil programs. The completion of this module and the related workshop activities will enable the trainees to undertake an initial Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis of their own country initiatives and commence the fuel quality strategy drafting process.


The Importance of Fuel Quality Strategies and Main Building BlocksThe Importance of Fuel Quality Strategies and Main Building Blocks
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Presentation materials:

The Importance of Fuel Quality Strategies and the Main Building Blocks
Paul Argyropoulos, Director, US Regulatory Affairs, International Fuel Quality Center

EU Auto Oil Programme - Case Study
Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Director - Europe Africa, IFQC

Japan Clean Air Programme - Case Study
Michael Walsh, International Consultant

Thailand - Case Study
John Courtis, Daedalus LLC


Modules of the Fuel Quality Strategies Training Workshop:

Go to the BAQ 2004 website
Topics
Cleaner fuels and energy sources > Conventional fuels

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