CONCAWE Review • 1 • Autumn 2000

23 Apr 2000

Articles in previous editions of the CONCAWE Review have concentrated on petroleum products and their role in influencing emissions from mobile and stationary combustion sources and their contribution to possible adverse implications of emissions on human health and the environment. Besides summarizing the technical and scientific facts to substantiate CONCAWE’s views on these issues, economic analyses about the consequences of any necessary petroleum product modifications have normally been an integral part of these Review articles. It appears though that we still owe our readers some insight into the methodologies used by CONCAWE and the associated complexities of these economic evaluations.