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    Repeatedly renamed B10 as "conventional high speed diesel" 1 Oct.


    Ms. Nanthika Tansupanich, Director-General, Department of Energy Business Under the Ministry of Energy said that according to the Department of Energy Business Measures to xo change the name of the oil in the high speed diesel group To be in line with the government policy to promote the use of diesel with 10% biodiesel as a national base oil.

    The name will be changed to diesel. With a mixture of 10% biodiesel from "B10 high speed diesel" changed its name to "Normal speed diesel" and will change the name toxo diesel with a proportion of 7% biodiesel from "normal speed diesel" to B7 speed diesel which will be effective from October 1, 2020 onwards.

    For implementing the said policy that in order to create a sustainable balance of the entire palm oil system of the country Causing the demand for palm oil Both the energy and consumption sectors were balanced with the amount of domesticxo production. To support farmers Reduce air pollution problems The B7 speed diesel will be an alternative fuel for European and older cars. (Where B10 cannot be used) and B20 speed diesel will be the diesel of choice for large trucks.

    However, Thailand has not been selling high speed diesel without biodiesel (B100) for a long time, a change in the name of base oil has resulted in a study. Almost all automakers have xo certified that they can use B10 diesel, especially cars since 2010, whereby car users can check whether a particular model uses normal speed diesel or not. From the website of the Department of Energy Business Or at the service center or customer relations center of each car manufacturer
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