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Programme & key themes

IES Russia 2014Download the latest conference programme here

The conference will examine:

Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles

  • EPA and NHTSA Greenhouse Gas and fuel efficiency policies and testing methodologies for commercial vehicles
  • Thorough analysis of proposed CARB lower NOx engine standards
  • Advanced technology for emissions reduction and vehicle fuel efficiency
  • Outstanding challenges related to OBD standards and technology
  • Comprehensive discussion on the natural gas vehicle market and its growth in North America

Off-Highway Vehicles

  • Bridging the gap between Tier 4 Interim and Tier 4 Final
  • Impact of TPEM (Transition Program for Equipment Manufacturers)
  • Beyond Tier 4 Final – Plans and achievements for sustainable and fuel efficient NRMM.
  • Emissions reduction technology advancements for non-road vehicles
  • Potential developments in hybrid and natural gas NRMM


  • An overview of emissions reduction legislation in the marine sector – finalised IMO Tier III limits and requirements
  • Challenges and solutions for ship owners, engine manufacturers and technology suppliers to meet IMO Tier III requirements
  • Discussion NOx abatement technology choices – the advantages and disadvantages of an SCR and EGR systems
  • The status of alternative fuels to meet IMO Tier III requirements
  • Proposals for energy efficiency and GHG emissions reduction in the shipping sector

Passenger cars

  • An overview of the North American diesel car market
  • LEV III standards encompassing NOx, CO2 and fuel efficiency standards for light duty vehicles and cars
  • Optimum emission reduction strategies for light duty vehicles and passenger cars

Diesel Exhaust Fluid

  • Comprehensive overview and forecasts of the North American DEF market
  • Trends in delivery and supply modes
  • Quality control and protection of the DEF brand
  • An update on urea supply and availability in the marine sector