Advancement in Biofuels and Hydrocarbons: Potentials and Technical Challenges

Advancement in Biofuels and Hydrocarbons: Potentials and Technical Challenges. The role of the biofuel industry is not to replace petroleum diesel, but to help create a balanced energy policy with the most benefit. Biodiesel is one of several alternative fuels designed to extend the usefulness of petroleum, and the longevity and cleanliness of diesel engines. The greatest amounts of hydrocarbons are used as fuel for combustion, particularly in heating and motor fuel applications. The primary components of natural gas are methane and LNG/ CNG. We are all familiar with the use of Shale Gas/ Shale Oil, Biodiesel. We also know about the Hydrocracking, Fracturing Operations, Coal-Bed Methane and Coal Gasification and the Reserves.

  • Latest research in Methane Hydrate as future fuel
  • LNG and CNG Advancement
  • Biofuels
  • Reserves
  • Shale Gas/ Shale Oil
  • Economics in Shale Gas Development Reserves
  • Uncontrolled Shale Gas Emissions
  • Future With Coal-Bed Methane And Coal Gasification
  • Discoveries And Developments in LNG/ CNG And its Reserves
  • Biodiesel
  • Hydrocracking
  • Fracturing Operations

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