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Chinese AdBlue consumption continues to rise in 2015 and 2016

Integer Research's Beijing office updated its Chinese Adblue market estimate in December 2016 and found that AdBlue consumption totalled just over 424,000 tonnes in 2015, up 146% compared with 2014. Integer estimates that Chinese AdBlue consumption reached 624,000 tonnes in 2016, about up 47.

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Teboil scheduled to launch 13 new AdBlue locations in 2016

Teboil, a Finnish oil company, are scheduled to open thirteen new AdBlue locations in Finland in late 2016. The majority of these new stations will be in new cities for the chain, such as Hamina, Imarta, Kotka and Nurmijarvi; except for one in Hämeenlinna which will be the company's second AdBlue...

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AdBlue production starts at new Banner Chemical location

Samuel Banner & Co Ltd have started AdBlue production at their recently acquired site at Stowlin Croftshaw, Leicester, United Kingdom. The site features a demineralised water plant and 2 new storage tanks.

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Exclusive: More than 270 SCR equipped passenger car models currently available on the European Market

Petra Sorsche of Daimler AG presented the range of SCR equipped passenger car models available in Europe on behalf of European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) at the 11th Integer Emissions Summit in Brussels, Belgium this month.

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Chinese AdBlue® consumption more than trebles in 2014

Integer Research's Beijing office updated its Chinese Adblue® market estimate in April 2015 and found that both AdBlue® production and consumption increased by more than 200% year-on-year in 2014, albeit from a very small volume in 2013.

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UK Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders begins campaign to challenge the demonisation of diesel vehicles

The UK Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) held a press conference on March 11th which sought to challenge the perceived increase in demonisation of diesel vehicles in the UK.

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