Australia taps Indonesia for urea amid AdBlue crisis as China export embargo hits national supplies

Indonesia has agreed to supply Australia with 5,000 tonnes of urea amid the latter’s worrying shortage of diesel exhaust fluid, which is made from the substance, and China’s global embargo on urea exports.Canberra said on Monday that enough urea would arrive from Indonesia in January to make a month’s worth of AdBlue, a diesel exhaust fluid needed to reduce greenhouse gases and keep diesel-powered vehicles such as trucks running.A shortage of AdBlue in Australia is threatening to cripple supply…

Share this:

What do you think?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Written by Headlines

Mainstream media is often "Fake News." Nevertheless, one needs to see what others are seeing and then read with discernment.

The Vaccine Experts Have No Clothes – It’s Not Omicron, It’s The Vaccines Failing

China fines ‘live-streaming queen’ Viya $210 million for tax evasion