Brazilian fuel equals to that of developed countries

The contents of fuels sold in Brazil are quality standards to first world countries. The data are of the program of the fuel quality monitoring programme (CQP), which analyzed the products in June this year. According to the result, 98.5% of the gasoline samples met the requirements of the ANP, while ethanol was with 98.7% and 96.7% diesel.

The program is one of the main instruments of action planning for monitoring of the NPA, with purpose to monitor permanently the fuel stations across the country. The goal is to check the general quality of the universe. The result shows that the vehicles have received reliable fuels and of excellent quality.

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