ANALYSIS: Canadian Clean Fuel Regulations plagued by environmental, programme design concerns

Published 20:10 on September 2, 2022  /  Last updated at 20:10 on September 2, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, RINs & LCFS  /  No Comments

The newly-minted Canadian Clean Fuel Regulations (CFR) are in danger of not living up to their GHG abatement potential and continuing to incentivise fossil fuel production, while expectations for credit supply from CCS projects and overall prices remain uncertain, according to low-carbon transportation groups, analysts, and market participants.

The newly-minted Canadian Clean Fuel Regulations (CFR) are in danger of not living up to their GHG abatement potential and continuing to incentivise fossil fuel production, while expectations for credit supply from CCS projects and overall prices remain uncertain, according to low-carbon transportation groups, analysts, and market participants.

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