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Diesel Fuel: Production, Demand and Prices
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A new generation of clean ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) fuel introduced in 2006 now fuels the majority of all highway vehicles and will soon be used in all off-road equipment as well. It has enabled a new generation of fuel efficient, low-CO2 clean diesel car and SUV choices for U.S. consumers.

Government policies on fuel efficiency and renewable fuels point to a decline in gasoline demand. Meanwhile, growing global demand for diesel fuel has led to price increases and decisions by many fuel producers to expand their diesel refining capacity.

Join the Diesel Technology Forum for a 90 minute webinar to learn how global fuel demand, the growth of renewable fuels and tax policies affect diesel fuel prices and their implications for U.S. consumers and the economy. Representatives from the U.S. DOE Energy Information Administration (EIA), the National Biodiesel Board and leading industry experts will discuss these topics and respond to questions.

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Did you know?

Today's clean diesel heavy-duty trucks are 98 percent cleaner than those made 10 years ago.