Fuel Blending in India: Learnings and Way Forward
Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy CSTEP
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The expert paper further estimates significant potential for an overall improvement in balance of trade with increased blending in the context of an expected recovery in global crude oil prices.
Keywords: Governments; transportation sector; energy security; vehicular emissions; mitigating greenhouse gas; electric vehicles; liquid fuels; feasible; development; commercial production; biofuels; environmental degradation; global; biofuel market; grains. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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