The IEA-AMF ExCo 56 Meeting was held at the Hotel Le Meridien, Windsor Place, New Delhi, India. It was hosted by Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas of India (MoP&NG). MoP&NG is a member of AMF and is representing India in the Group. A total of 19 people attended the meeting as delegates and observers. ANGVA participated in the meeting as an invited observer since natural gas / methane fuel is considered as one of the advanced motor fuels under the AMF.
The AMF is one of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) transportation related Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs). TCPs are multilateral technology initiatives that encourage technology-related activities that support energy security, economic growth and environmental protection. There are currently 38 different TCPs and AMF is under the End-Use: Transport Category. The AMF Group provides an international platform for co-operation to promote cleaner and more energy efficient fuels and vehicle technologies. Currently there are 18 members from 16 countries in the AMF Group. More information on AMF can be found on www.iea-amf.org
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