The Canadian Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) will come into force next year with the objective of lowering the carbon intensity of fuels, such as gasoline and diesel.
This week David Schick, Western Canadian Vice President from the Canadian Fuels Association joins the podcast to talk about the future, including learnings from British Columbia’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) that has been in place for a decade.
Here are some of the questions Peter and Jackie asked David: Has BC’s LCFS reduced the GHG intensity of gasoline and diesel? Has the policy increased BC’s reliance on low carbon fuel imports, or has it created new investment in domestic production capacity? How will Canadian fuels change by 2050? What are Canada’s inherent advantages for establishing a domestic low carbon fuels industry?
To learn more about the Canadian Fuels Association, visit: https://www.canadianfuels.ca/
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