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DEC Russia to explore profitable and fuel efficient emissions reduction strategies for the region

Integer Research’s 2nd Diesel Emissions Conference Russia & CIS will examine profitable fuel efficient emissions reduction strategies for the road transport and non-road sectors and discover the latest thinking in diesel emissions reductions legislation and strategy.

Taking place on the 27th – 28th February in St. Petersburg, the conference will bring together over 200 senior executives from commercial vehicle and non-road OEMs, as well as emissions technology suppliers, oil companies and government legislators.  The conference explores:

On-road sector

  • Development of diesel emission reduction strategies to meet the requirements of Euro IV and V.
  • Progress in producing and distributing Euro IV and V compliant low-sulphur diesel fuel.
  • Engine technology options for heavy-duty commercial vehicles to achieve diesel emissions reduction targets.
  • The potential reduction of criteria pollutants using advanced diesel aftertreatment technology solutions.
  • Opportunities arising from the natural gas market and the investment in vehicles and distribution infrastructure.

Non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) sector

  • The current status and future plans for diesel emissions regulations for NRMM.
  • Industry perspectives on NRMM regulations and how stakeholders plan to move forward in the market.
  • Optimum diesel emissions reduction technologies available to meet Tier III legislation.

AdBlue industry

  • Price drivers, production costs and margins in urea markets.
  • Opportunities and growth in the AdBlue market as SCR technology is increasingly used to meet emissions regulations.
  • The challenges of the unique Russian market, such as the production of sub-standard AdBlue and the expansion of a solid distribution network.

The conference programme is now available and registration is open.  Visit the event website at for full information and to book your place.

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