Top 10 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) stories of 2012

Christopher Goodfellow - 2 January 2013

The most read discoverDEF.com news stories of 2012 focused on Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pricing and Navistar's decision to use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, which requires DEF, from early 2013.

Navistar was the only truck manufacturer not to use SCR technology in its Class 8 vehicles from the initial implementation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's 2010 emissions standards; instead the manufacturer relied on emissions credits accrued in previous years.

In October 2011, Integer Research launched DEF Tracker, a monthly DEF price reference service. Highlights from the publication are posted to discoverDEF.com every month and more information about the publication can be viewed on the company's home page.

1)  DEF Tracker: Prices for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) totes increase

2) EPA: Navistar might have been "forced out of market" without fines

3)  Navistar to run out of emissions credits after February 29

4) DEF Tracker: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) prices increase for bulk deliveries to end users

5) Navistar considers change of emissions strategy in wake of certification problems

6) Love's and Pilot increase DEF pump price by $0.10 per gallon

7) U.S. Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump price drops

8) Navistar submits new engine type for EPA certification

9)  Navistar incurs $10 million in fines for non-EPA 2010 compliant engines

10)  Navistar loses EPA court case

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