This 20-page report provides a detailed analysis of gasoline quality standards applicable in each of the 17 states comprising Petroleum Administration for Defense District (PADD) no. 1, an area that largely conforms to the U.S. East Coast.
This report is a key resource for anyone seeking to:
- understand state-level regulations for purposes of compliance,
- plan for market entry or
- aim for regulatory arbitrage opportunities.
The report includes:
- Detailed discussion of how federal gasoline quality regulations complement and interact with state regulations
- Information on the size and composition of the PADD 1 gasoline market
- State-level analysis of relevant regulations and their relationships to accepted industry standards (e.g. NIST, ASTM)
- Coverage of applicable bespoke formulations, such as state-level boutique fuels and reformulated gasoline
- Part 1: Federal underpinnings of state fuel quality standards
- Part 2: Characterization of market size and segmentation
- Part 3: State gasoline quality regulations in PADD 1 states
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
- Part 4: Conclusions
SGS INSPIRE is a market intelligence service that provides analysis and advisory services in transportation fuels, powertrain emissions, energy supply and sustainability. We collect and analyze fuel quality regulations and actual quality, alternative fuel policy and markets across the globe. Our fuel quality analysis and future projections are supported by SGS’s worldwide fuel surveys.