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Partnership Newsletter

transport

[Issue 1 2012]


Industry
   

OKTA was founded in 1982 and is currently a major refinery in the Balkan area playing a key role in the energy supply of the region. It is part of one of the biggest groups for the refining, distribution, and trade of crude oil, oil derivatives and petrochemicals – the Hellenic Petroleum group.

OKTA has been central to PCFV efforts in Southeast Europe (SEE). Okta partnered with the REC Country Office FYR Macedonia to phase out leaded petrol and transition to 10 ppm sulphur in the country in 2009, as part of a PCFV national project spanning 2007-2009. Ice then helped to get the Serbian and Bosnian refineries on board for a PCFV-supported SEE sub regional effort to eliminate lead and lower sulphur, spanning 2009-2011, and resulting in both countries phasing out in 2010/2011.

Visit: » http://www.okta-elpe.com

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ARA

The role of the African Refiners Association is to give a voice to African refiners. ARAs principal aims and objectives are: To Address economic environmental and social issues deemed by its membership to impact upon oil refining in Africa, or upon the importing of petroleum products into Africa; to address issues within the international oil industry which impact on the African oil industry; to promote the exchange of positive experiences between Members, as well as improve their technical and economic performance ; to improve communication and cooperation between its Members and the international oil market. In order to achieve this, ARA cooperates with the relevant industry groups, governments, regulatory bodies, international agencies, academic institutions and non-governmental organisations.
Visit: » http://www.afrra.org/

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Alliance

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers is a US trade association of 10 car and light truck manufacturers including BMW Group, Chrysler LLC, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz USA, Mitsubishi Motors, Porsche, Toyota and Volkswagen. For more information, please visit the Alliance website.

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Honda

Honda's environmental leadership incorporates a dual approach. We are developing products for the future using advanced technologies, including alternative fuels. But, we also recognize that gasoline will remain the fuel of choice for years to come, so we remain committed to reducing emissions and increasing the fuel efficiency of our conventional gasoline engine products.
Visit: » http://www.honda.com/

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API

As the primary trade association of that industry, API represents more than 400 members involved in all aspects of the oil and natural gas industry. Our association draws on the experience and expertise of our members and staff to support a strong and viable oil and natural gas industry.
Visit: » http://www.api.org/

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acfa

The Asian Clean Fuels Association (ACFA) was established in August 2000 as a non-profit organisation with its office in Singapore. Its role is to promote and advance the use of clean fuels in Asia and the Middle East that benefit the environment and meet the needs of modern automotive vehicle technology. The mission of ACFA is to promote and advance the interests of stake-holders in the use of clean fuels that benefit the environment through leveraging their economic, technical and environment attributes in Asia. Appropriate methodologies will be designed, developed and implemented to achieve the desired results.
Visit: » http://www.acfa.org.sg/

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ACEA

ACEA is the professional body representing the interests and combined skills of thirteen European car, truck and bus manufacturers at European level and throughout the world.
Visit: » http://www.acea.be/

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AECC

AECC is the international, Brussels-based association of European companies making technologies for exhaust emissions control for mobile sources. Members of AECC are companies operating worldwide in the development, testing and manufacture of autocatalysts, ceramic and metallic substrates and specialty materials incorporated into the catalytic converter, filter and catalyst based technologies to control diesel engine emissions (especially particulates and nitrogen oxides) .
Visit: » http://www.aecc.eu/ » http://www.dieselretrofit.eu/

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Afton

Afton Chemical develops and manufactures petroleum additives that enhance the performance of lubricating oils and fuels to enhance their performance in machinery, vehicles, and other equipment. From custom-formulated chemical blends to market-general additive components, Afton Chemical technology helps fuels burn cleaner, engines run smoother, and machines last longer.
Visit: » http://www.aftonchemical.com/

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AIAM

The Association of Global Automakers represents international motor vehicle manufacturers, original equipment suppliers, and other automotive-related trade associations. Global Automakers works with industry leaders, legislators, regulators, and other stakeholders in the United States to create public policy that improves motor vehicle safety, encourages technological innovation and protects the planet. Global Automakers’ goal is to foster an open and competitive automotive marketplace that encourages investment, job growth, and development of vehicles that can enhance Americans’ quality of life.
Visit: » www.globalautomakers.org

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BP

BP's approach to sustainable development is to build its organisational capacity to respond continuously and appropriately over time as circumstances evolve. Some examples of BP's work in progress are: the introduction of clean fuels into over forty cities world-wide; re-balancing their energy products portfolio in favour of natural gas and, increasingly, solar; and actively engaging in the public debate of sustainable development - e.g. playing a key role in the formation of the World Business Council on Sustainable Development.
Visit: » http://www.bp.com/

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EFOA

EFOA, the European Fuel Oxygenates Association, was founded in 1985 by European producers of MTBE, the most widely used fuel oxygenate.
EFOA comprises companies having their own production of fuel oxygenates in at least one Western European country. It is open to associate members having an interest in the production or the use of fuel oxygenates.
Visit: » http://www.efoa.org/

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EMA

Since 1968, the Engine Manufacturers Association has been the voice of the engine manufacturing industry on domestic and international public policy, regulatory, and technical issues that impact manufacturers of engines used in a broad array of mobile and stationary applications.
Visit: » http://www.engine-manufacturers.org/

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IFQC

The IFQC facilitates improved communications among the world's leading refining, automotive, technology and fuel quality stakeholders for a better understanding of fuel quality issues to help advance their respective goals.
Visit: » http://www.ifqc.org/

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IPEACA

IPIECA, the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association, was established in 1974. It is a voluntary non-profit organization whose membership includes both petroleum companies and associations at the national, regional or international levels.
It is IPIECA’s mission to develop and promote scientifically sound, cost-effective, practical, socially and economically-acceptable solutions to global environmental issues pertaining to the petroleum industry.
Visit: » http://www.ipieca.org/

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ITE

The International Truck and Engine Corporation is a major producer of heavy-duty trucks, medium-duty trucks, severe service trucks, and school buses.
International was the first diesel engine manufacturer to certify an engine that meets the proposed 2007 US rule for particulate and hydrocarbon levels, and introduced "Green Diesel Technology" school buses (meeting these standards and using ultra-low-sulfur [ULS] diesel fuel) that are now used in California. The company also retrofits late-model diesel school buses and truck engines to reduce soot and NOx emissions, encouraging widespread use of ULS fuel.
Visit: » http://www.greendieseltechnology.com/

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JAMA

Established in 1967, the Japan Automomobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) is a nonprofit industry association currently comprised of forteen manufacturers of passenger cars, tsucks, busese and motorcycles in Japan. JAMA works to support the sound development of Japan's automobile industry and to contribute to social and ecomomic welfare. As directions in auto increasingly influence the world we live in, JAMA takes its role and mission ever more seriously, acting not only to promote environmental protection and greater road safety but also to improve the international business environment.
Visit: » http://www.jama-english.jp/

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JPEC

JPEC was established in 1986 as a nonprofit foundation to help promote the sound growth of the petroleum industry in Japan. It is supported by METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) and member companies in industries including petroleum and automobile. JPEC has been engaged in the development of clean fuel technologies and now is conducting auto-oil program to improve air quality through collaboration between car and oil industries. JPEC publicizes the outcome of its R&D activities in Japan and abroad.
Visit: » http://www.pecj.or.jp/english/index_e.html

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Lubri

The Lubrizol Corporation, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is an innovative specialty chemical company that produces and supplies technologies to customers in the global transportation, industrial and consumer markets. These technologies include lubricant additives for engine oils, other transportation-related fluids and industrial lubricants, as well as fuel additives for gasoline and diesel fuel. In addition, Lubrizol makes ingredients and additives for personal care products and pharmaceuticals; specialty materials, including plastics technology and performance coatings in the form of specialty resins and additives. Lubrizol’s industry-leading technologies in additives, ingredients and compounds enhance the quality, performance and value of customers’ products, while reducing their environmental impact.

With headquarters in Wickliffe, Ohio, The Lubrizol Corporation owns and operates manufacturing facilities in 17 countries, as well as sales and technical offices around the world. Founded in 1928, Lubrizol has approximately 7,000 employees worldwide. Revenues for 2011 were $6.1 billion.
Visit: » http://www.lubrizol.com/

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MECA

MECA's mission is to provide technical information on emission control technology, thereby facilitating the establishment of strong and effective state, federal, and international air quality programs that promote public health, environmental quality, and industrial progress.
Visit: » http://www.meca.org/

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NAAMSA

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) is the recognised Association representing motor vehicle manufacturers and importers operating in the South African market, and as such plays a major role in promoting appropriate vehicle emission and fuel quality standards in both South Africa and the Southern African region.
Visit: » http://www.naamsa.co.za/

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oica

Founded in 1919 in Paris as the "Bureau Permanent International des Constructeurs d'Automobiles" (BPICA) to become in 1986 the "International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers" (OICA), OICA comprises forty-two national associations on all five continents. Objectives of OICA include: defending the interests of vehicle manufacturers, assemblers and importers; ensuring a permanent link between national associations of the automobile industry and their respective members; undertaking studies on any question of mutual interest relating to the development and future of the automobile and its industry; establishing, whenever possible and where appropriate, convergent standpoints of the automobile industry on the same questions; collecting and circulating any useful information available in the areas of interest to the automobile industry; representing the automobile industry at the international level, in particular with the competent bodies, as well as other international organizations; and disseminating and promoting the automobile industry’s common viewpoints.
Visit: » http://www.oica.net/

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PIEA

The PIEA's mission is to be the centre in Eastern Africa for the advancement and dissemination of technical, economic and professional knowledge relating to the International Oil and Gas Industry, to act as a forum for all with interest in the Petroleum Industry for the advancement and safety of the Industry.
Visit: » http://www.petroleum.co.ke/

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alzburg

The core business of Salzburg AG Utilities UAE is consulting, planning and constructing power supply systems with the emphasis of renewable energy and natural gas.

Salzburg AG Utilities UAE is willing to take the responsibility for protecting the environment in terms of water, gas, electricity and transportation with efforts being implemented on an international level.
Visit: » http://www.salzburg-ag-utilities.ae/

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SIAM

SIAM is the apex national body representing the leading vehicles and vehicular engine manufacturers in India. SIAM plays a proactive role on all technical and economic issues promoting the sustainable development of the Industry. It works closely with the society at large for promoting safer roads and cleaner environment. It is an important channel of communication for the Automobile Industry with the Government, National and International Organizations. It disseminates information through publications, reports, seminars and conferences.
Visit: » http://www.siamindia.com/

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tnt

TNT is a global provider of mail, express and logistics services. The group employs around 160,000 people in 64 countries and serves over 200 countries.
Visit: » http://www.tnt.com/

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tracerco

Tracerco is a business unit within Johnson Matthey, a multinational chemical, catalyst and technology business headquartered in the U.K. Tracerco have been in operation for over 40 years and in that time have become world leaders in sophisticated tracer technology and advanced chemical analysis. Tracerco currently provide a wide range of molecular markers (otherwise known as tracers or taggants) that are used to “fingerprint” hydrocarbons such as fuels (gasoline, diesel, bio-diesel, etc), solvents (such as benzene, foluene, kerosene, etc.) and crude oil.
Visit: » http://www.tracercotaggant.com/index.htm

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VBD VBD Automotive Technologies Ltd. (Kenya) Is a leading provider in the Eastern African region of technology, product innovation, engineering solutions and strategic consulting on the region's automotive industries in particular and the transport sector in general.
Visit: » http://www.vbdautotech.com/

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