Canada looks to low carbon fuels as part of green COVID-19 recovery

September 14, 2020 |

In Canada, Reuters reports the government is looking at reducing the carbon intensity of fuels as part of its COVID-19 recovery plans, with CI reductions of 12% by 2030 expected to be announced over the coming months. A blending mandate with lower carbon fuels will be part of that policy which isn’t making the refining industry happy, claiming costs will be too high. Liquid fuels are expected to comply with the early phases of the policy by 2022, followed by gaseous and solid fuels in 2023.

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