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The greener, cleaner and cheaper fuel alternative Propane is a colorless and odorless gas obtained from oil and gas fields recovery or through refinement of crude oil. To make it easier to store, move and use, propane is liquified by compression process at pressures between 2 and 8 bar, which results in a volume reduction of up to 250 times at equal calorific value. Commercial propane is odorized with ethanol to make any leaks noticeable. Propane is mainly used as a fuel source for industrial, agricultural or civilian uses, as well as a feedstock or fuel in the production of ...

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The best value source in clean-burning Normal butanol (n-Butane) is a colorless and odorless gas obtained from oil and gas fields recovery or through refinement of crude oil. To make it easier to store, move and use, butane is liquified by compression process at pressures between 2 and 8 bar. N-Butane is used as a fuel source as well as the main feedstock used in the production of acetylene, ethylene, propylene and isobutane. Isobutane is a product with many varied uses: as a propellant for small stoves, lamps and cigar lighters, also as a cooling fluid and as a ...

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A blend of biodiesel and ultra-low-sulphur diesel (ULSD) fuel Diesel (EN590) is a mixture of ultra-low-sulphur diesel and biodiesel (FAME: Fatty Acid Methyl Esters) fuels used primarily as a motor fuel. Diesel is produced by traditional refinement of crude oil (fractional distillation) or through a cracking process of heavier products. Biodesel is produced through transesterification, a process through which oils from energy crops (rape-seed, sunflower, palm and soy) or animal fats from the food industry are mingled with ...

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A chemical blend of FCC, straight-run gas, alkylate, reformate and butane molecules Commercial Gasoline (EN228) is one of the world’s most common motor fuels and is known for its volatility and number of octanes. Gasoline’s distinctive chemical volatility means it mixes very quickly with air, while the high number of octanes denotes a significant resistance to detonation incidents. In Europe, the most common gasolines available on the market contain 95 octanes (Euro Plus) followed by Super Plus (98 octanes) and 100 ...

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A clean-burning, renewable, non-toxic and biodegradable fuel Biodiesel (FAME: Fatty Acid Methyl Esters) is a liquid biofuel that is produced by transesterification of oils from energy crops (rape-seed, sunflower, palm and soy) or discarded animal fats from the food industry with methanol. As opposed to traditional fossil fuels, biodiesel is biodegradable and non-toxic. Additionally, its use reduces CO2 emissions by half and completely negates SO2 emissions as it does not contain any ...

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Green, clean and renewable energy Pellets are a fuel produced entirely with natural biomass composed of small chippings obtained during the sawing process of woods. The biomass is compressed through 10mm holes and subsequently cut in pellets that may vary in size from 15 to 50mm. It is sold loose, in large 1000Kg bags, or smaller 15Kg bags. The wood chippings come from agricultural and forest sources in sizes varying from 3 to 7mm and are sold loose or in large 1000Kg bags. Biomass is most suited for the large-scale production of electricity and ...

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