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Date Description File(s)
2006 Alternative Octane Boosters and the Impact on Vehicle Emissions and Public Health. Presented by Michael P. Walsh International Consultant Board Chairman, International Council on Clean Transportation PDF
June 17-18, 2006 The Global Experience With Lead in Gasoline And the Lessons We Should Apply to the Use of MMT, 2003. Presented by Michael P. Walsh at the International Workshop Neurotoxic Metals: Lead, Mercury and Manganese From Research to Prevention; Brescia, Italy. PDF
May 24, 2005 Review of report entitled: 'Fuel Effects on Emissions from Modern Gasoline Vehicles Part 1 - Sulfur Effects', 2003, CONCAWE Report. No. 5/03. PDF
March 21-22, 2005 Financing Refinery Upgrades To Reduce Sulfur in Gasoline and Diesel Fuel, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the International Conference On Fiscal Policies For Promoting Cleaner and More Efficient Technologies. PDF
December, 2004 Linkages between Stricter Emissions Standards and Fuel Quality: Cost-Benefit Analyses of Lowering Sulfur Levels in Gasoline and Diesel, presented by Michael P. Walsh and Katherine Blumberg at BAQ 2004; Agra, India. PDF
December 3, 2004 Benefits versus Costs: Low Sulfur Fuels & Tight Vehicle Standards in Brazil, presented by Gabriel Murgel Branco, Katherine Blumberg and Michael P. Walsh; Sao Paulo, Brazil. PDF
November 9, 2004 The Impact of Fuel Parameters on Vehicle Emissions, for presentation at the 5th China/Asia Clean Fuels International Conference, by Michael P. Walsh; Beijing, PRC. PDF
November 3-4, 2004 Advanced Technologies to Reduce Motor Vehicle Pollution: The Critical Role of Low Sulfur Fuel, presented by Bruce Bertelsen at the Central American Regional Workshop. PDF
September, 2004 Status Report Concerning the Use of MMT in Gasoline, International Council On Clean Transportation, by Katherine Blumberg and Michael P. Walsh.

Draft PDF
Final Report PDF

September 6, 2004 The Impact of Fuel Parameters on Vehicle Emissions, by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
July, 2004 CAI-Asia — Oil Industry Dialogue for Cleaner Fuels in Asia, presented by Cornie Huizenga, Michael Walsh, John Courtis, and Grant Boyle; Toyko, Japan. PDF
May 26, 2004 MMT Letter from CARB. PDF
March 30 -
April 1, 2004
Challenges To Fuel Quality and Technology Improvement in Asia Examples of Proactive Approaches, presented by Michael P. Walsh at 'The Leapfrog Factor: Towards Clean Air in Asian Cities'; New Dehli, India. PDF
March 17-19, 2004 Beyond Lead: The Sulfur Challenge, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Seminar on Clean Fuels and Vehicles in Western Asia and Northern Beirut. PDF
2003 Sulfur in Gasoline in Thailand from 1998 - 2002. PDF
May, 2003 Low-Sulfur Gasoline and Diesel: The Key to Lower Vehicle Emissions, prepared by Katherine O. Blumberg, Michael P. Walsh, and Charlotte Pera for the International Council on Clean Transportation. PDF
May 29-30, 2003 Why Low Sulfur Fuels?, A presentation by MPW at the Sulfur Workshop. Mexico City. PDF
January, 2003 Global Trends in Motor Vehicle Pollution Control: Future Challenges for Developing Countries, Presented by MPW at SIAT 2003, Pune, India. PDF
June, 2002 Eliminating Lead From Gasoline, The Need For and Benefits of. Montevideo, Uruguay. PDF
January 27, 2002 The Need for and Benefits of Eliminating Lead from Gasoline, A presentation by MPW at symposium in Pretoria, South Africa. PDF
October 16-18, 2001 Introduction of Clean Fuel to Vehicle Emission Reductions. Integrated Vehicle Emission Reduction Strategy Workshop, Jakarta; Kiyoyuki Minato, Japan Automobile Research Institute. PPT
May, 2001 The Transition to Ultra-Low-Sulfur Diesel Fuel: Effects on Prices and Supply. Energy Information Administration, Office of Integrated Analysis and Forecasting, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC. PDF
May, 2001 California Experience in Converting Vehicles to Alternative Fuels. New Delhi, India; California Environmental Protection Agency, Air Resources Board. PPT
March 25, 2001 Lead in Gasoline (Update). Michael P. Walsh. PDF
November, 2000 Clean Fuels - A Critical Role in Clean Air; Understanding Urban Air Pollution and the Role of Diesel Exhaust. Delhi, India. PDF
1999 Phasing Lead Out of Gasoline. United Nations Document. PDF
December 1, 1998 Auto Oil II Programme, Fuels Technology Study. Presentation to Working Group 3; Neil Richardson and Pieter du Preez, Bechtel Consulting. PPT
July 27, 1998 Case Study - The Introduction of Improved Transport Fuel Qualities in Finland and Sweden. Presentation report to the Governments of Finland, Norway and Sweden; Final Report by Arthur D. Little AB. PPT
February 12, 1997 Sulphur in Fuels; Benefits of Sulfur Reduction. Final Report; Prepared for the Swedish and Finnish Governments by Arthur D. Little AB. PPT
February 12, 1997 Sulphur in Transport Fuels - Re-Analysis of the Costs to Reduce EU Sulphur Levels in Gasoline and Diesel. Final Report; Prepared for the Swedish and Finnish Governments by Arthur D. Little Limited. PPT
February 12, 1997 Sulphur in Transport Fuels - Executive Summary. Final Report; Prepared for the Swedish and Finnish Governments by Arthur D. Little AB. PPT
January 25, 1996 Environmental Considerations for Cleaner Transportation Fuels in Asia: Technical Options, Prepared by Michael P. Walsh for The World Bank, Jitu Shah, Project Director. PDF
not specified Clean Fuels in the United States - The Key to Low Emissions. Prepared for the Second China/Asia Clean Fuels International Conference by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
not specified Why China Needs Low Sulfur Fuels, by Michael P. Walsh. PDF
not specified Clean Fuels, Clean Engines, and Clean Air. Chet France, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. PDF
not specified Clean Fuels Manual. PDF
not specified Cost-benefit Analyses of Lowering Sulfur Levels in Transportation Fuels. PDF
not specified Current Trends in Worldwide Desulfurization, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Roundtable on Low Sulfur and Alternative Fuels in Brazil. PDF
not specified Impacts of Fuels on Light Duty Diesel Vehicles. PDF
not specified The Impact of Low and Ultra-low Sulphur Diesel on the Emissions of In-use Diesel Vehicles (Study of Bangalore, Bangkok & Manila), presented by Maria Camarsa and John Price, Enstrat International Ltd. PDF
not specified The Impact of MMT on Vehicle Emissions and Durability: Sharing the Automakers' Experience with China. PDF
not specified Linkage Between Fuels, Vehicles and Emissions — The Role of Sulfur. PDF
not specified Technology and Cost Of Sulfur Reduction in Transportation Fuels, presented by Michael P. Walsh at the Central America Regional Workshop. PDF
not specified The Alliance, CVMA, AIAM Emissions and Durability Study. Summary. PDF
not specified Tables Summarizing Fuel Impact on Emissions. PDF
not specified Ten Reasons to Move to Low Sulfur Fuels. A statement from the participants of the International Council on Clean Transportation. PDF
not specified Fuel Sulphur Limits. DOC
not specified European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies (EPEFE Reports):
  • Contents. (DOC)
  • Chapter 1; Introduction. (DOC)
  • Chapter 2; The Effects Of Sulphur in Gasoline on Exhaust Emissions. (DOC)
  • Chapter 3; The Effects Of Aromatics and E100 on Exhaust Emissions from Gasoline Vehicles. (DOC)
  • Chapter 4; Gasoline Vehicle Effects. (DOC)
  • Chapter 5; Diesel Density and Poly-Aromatic Effects. (DOC)
  • Chapter 6; Diesel Cetane Number Effects. (DOC)
  • Chapter 7; Diesel T95 Effects. (DOC)
  • Chapter 8; Diesel: Consolidation of Fuel Effects LD & HD Diesel. (DOC)
  • Chapter 9; Vehicle/Engine Technology Effects - Diesel. (DOC)
  • Chapter 10; Combined Effects of Diesel Fuel Properties/Technology. (DOC)
  • Executive Summary. (DOC)
  • Annex 1; Vehicle and Engine Testing Protocol Manual. (DOC)
  • Annex 2; Analytical Sub-Group Report on Fuel Analysis & Speciation and Speciated Exhaust Gas Analysis. (DOC)
  • Annex 3; Vehicle/Engine Technology. (DOC)
  • Annex 4; Fuel Blending Report. (DOC)
  • Annex 5: Statistical Methodology Report. (DOC)
  • Annex 6: Validation of Regression Models for LD/HD Diesel. (DOC)
  • Annex 7; Comparison to Californian Reference Fuel. (DOC)
  • EPEFE CD-ROM Manual. (DOC)
  • EPEFE CD-ROM Contents. (DOC)
  • Acknowledgements. (DOC)
  • Glossary & Legends. (DOC)
 
not specified Fuels and Emissions: Lessons Learned in the U.S. Lester Wyborny II, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Transportation and Air Quality. PPT
not specified Mean Annual Pb Air Concentration in Europe 1958-1995.

File one: JPG
File two: JPG

not specified Using Lead Free Fuel in Older Vehicles - Mechanical Implications. PDF
not specified Properties of Fuels. PDF

 

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