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Trends for the near future oil combustibles

Trends for the near future oil combustibles

Trends for the near future oil combustibles

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In a general way what are less pollutant? Diesel or Gasoline motors? Trends for the near future oil combustibles will be related with this question. Recent inquiries have pointed the fact of MTBE to contain cancerous properties and to be responsible for the contamination of water ponds. Is this true or we are dealing with an ecological fundamentalism? Can we question that there are commercial lobbies behind these statements? Ethanol Gasoline? ELS Diesels? How do we achieve extra low sulphur 10 p.p.m diesels in a sustainable way? These are reflection matters that I place for the forum discussion.

Luis Marques

RE: Trends for the near future oil combustibles

Here is a link where you can get the kind of information you are asking about;

http://www.dieselforum.org/

Also, to get a hint as to the future availability of diesel and other light distillates, google these words;

Fisher Tropsch

FT diesel, or F-T diesel

You should find all you want to know in these places.

rmw

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