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What? No Gas!?
Transcript of What? No Gas!?
Propane has one of the highest energy densities of all alternative fuels, It is also a safe fuel: propane tanks are 20 times more puncture resistant than gasoline tanks, and propane has the lowest flammability range of all alternative fuels.
Hydrogen also can be used to fuel combustion engines and fuel cells How to produce hydrogen Renewable—an electric current generated by renewable energy such as wind or solar
hydrogen cars Nuclear high-temperature —heat from a nuclear reactor is used to improve the efficiency of water to produce hydrogen
ultra-low sulfur diesel Ultra-low sulfur diesel is diesel fuel with 15 parts per million or lower sulfur content. To produce petroleum-based ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD), sulfur is removed during the oil refining process. Hydrotreating is a commercially proven desulfurization technology. In this process, a heated mixture of petroleum feedstock and hydrogen is passed through a reactor containing catalysts To produce petroleum-based ultra-low sulfur diesel, sulfur is removed during the oil refining Hydrotreating is proven desulfurization technology.a heated mixture of petroleum feedstock and hydrogen is passed through a reactor containing catalysts. Natural gas reforming is created by reacting natural gas with high-temperature steam. The synthesis gas is reacted with water to produce hydrogen. Diesel engines are 20-40 percent more efficient than comparable gasoline engines.
ultra-low sulfur biodiesel, biomass-to-liquids diesel, coal-to-liquids diesel, gas-to-liquids diesel, and hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel to provide additional environmental, energy security, and economic benefits.
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