Fuels and Fuel Additives
List of Boutique Fuels for State Implementation Plans (SIPs)
|Type of Fuel Control||PADD**||Region - State|
|RVP of 7.8 psi|| 1
| 1 - ME1
3 - PA
5 - IN
5 - OH
6 - TX (May 1-Oct. 1)*
|RVP of 7.2 psi||2||5 - IL2|
|RVP of 7.0 psi|| 2
| 7 - KS
5 - MI
7 - MO
6 - TX
|RVP of 7.0 with gasoline sulfur provisions||1||4 - GA|
|Low Emission Diesel||3||6 - TX|
|Cleaner Burning Gasoline (Summer)||5||9 - AZ (May 1 - Sept 30)|
|Cleaner Burning Gasoline (non-Summer)||5||9 - AZ (Oct 1- Apr 30)|
|Winter Gasoline (aromatics & sulfur)||5||9 - NV|
*Dates listed in parentheses refer to summer gasoline programs with different RVP control periods from the federal RVP control period, which runs from June 1 through September 15.
**Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts (PADDs)
1 Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and York counties in Maine are now RFG covered areas; however, a SIP requirement of 7.8 psi RVP is still in place. As such, the VOC performance requirement for RFG now also applies.
2 The 7.2 psi fuel program remains in the SIP for East St. Louis, Illinois, but the State has opted the area into the RFG program and the area is now an RFG covered area. As such, the VOC performance requirement for RFG now also applies.
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