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Pertamina Defers Phasing out Premium Brand despite Clean Fuel Goal

9 October 2020
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Note: This article was originally published in The Jakarta Post on 9 October 2020.  Dr Alloysius Joko Purwanto was quoted.

State-owned oil giant Pertamina expects to continue to sell its least environmentally friendly gasoline brand, Premium, until at least 2024, despite its initial target of completely phasing out the brand two years ago to meet its emissions target. Premium gasoline is the cheapest gasoline brand sold by the oil firm, but has the highest emissions levels that fall within the outdated Euro 2 fuel standard.

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Pertamina Defers Phasing out Premium Brand despite Clean Fuel Goal

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