Despite the systematic attempt of a large numbers of scientists and Research Institutions to find new sources of energy, oil remains the main source of energy in transport, industry, electricity generation etc. Recently in the energy balance of Greece has been introduced and the natural gas, in order to cover within a decade 12% of the total energy needs of the country.
Based on the assumption that the natural gas, and as to its origin and its chemical structure (hydrocarbon mixture) is akin to oil, it can be said that oil, for decades, will be the key player in global and consequently in the national energy “game”.
Across the range of use of hydrocarbons (liquid and gas) it is obvious that constant supervision is required to:
Control the conformation with the specifications of mobile stations (liquids and gases) and therefore control of the quality control of the fuel that reaches the consumer for reasons of consumer protection, the environmental protection, the avoidance of profiteering etc.
Improve the quality of mobile stations through research hat monitors the impact the hydrocarbons may have in the various recipients as to their content in hydrocarbons, in order to protect the environment.
Provide services to the public and private institutions aw to the use fuels in the cases where the may harm the community (eg arson, etc.)
Certify the quality of hydrocarbon products (liquid fuels, gaseous fuels, lubricants, etc.) transported in the country.

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