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    Alternative fuel focus - Ethanol
    Ethanol fuels Ethanol fuel is a type of alternative fuel that is mostly used for road transportation. The most popular ethanol rich blended fuel E85 consists of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline and is used in Flexible Fuel Vehicles (FFVs)...
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    How Effective Are Electrofuels for Decarbonisation?
    Electrofuels are increasingly considered as a viable option for decarbonising transport. But what exactly are electrofuels and how effective are they at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in transport? Electrofuels Explained Also known as e-fuels, electrofuels are carbon-based fuels produced from carbon...
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    Top three bio-components for fuel testing
    When it comes to BIO fuels – Diesel fuels containing bio components – the top three bio-components are RME, SME and PME biodiesels. PME stands for palm oil methyl ester, which is palm oil biodiesel; SME is soybean oil...
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    Ethanol Fuels E100 E85
    Ethanol is being used as part of the blend for the “biofuels” that are increasingly popular as governments put lower pollution targets in place. Ethanol is renewable and produces far lower emissions than gasoline alone. It’s usually found in...
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    The future of performance of fuel and testing: an overview
    There is a gap between the fuels we use today and those that will power our future. In between are years of rigorous testing, simulated engine conditions and millions of miles of test driving to produce fuels that deliver...
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    Performance in jet fuels
    We’ve been using jet engine fuels for over sixty years, and the demand for high performance, cost-effective and environmentally friendly fuels increases all the time. Once the fuel has been produced, its performance may also be dependent on a...
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    Jet fuel suppliers go green
    There are many jet fuel suppliers, some supplying smaller niche markets for corporate and private aviation, others fuelling the larger airlines and their fleets and military aircraft. The fuel that the plane carries is often the heaviest part of its...
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