A More Acceptable Form of Alternative Fuel Is Finally Allowed

By Lawrence

After so many years of big oil companies suppressing alternative energy initiatives through dirty politics, buyouts and probably borderline criminal means, now this technology to turn water and carbon dioxide into synthetic petroleum is “allowed” to be introduced to the world.

Source: Sunfire GmbH/R. Deutscher

For more info, http://www.cnet.com/news/miracle-tech-turns-water-into-fuel/

The big question that no one asked – why this particular way of making synthetic petro is allowed?

This you have to understand the difference between oil production and oil refinement. Huge international oil companies often work with countries with oil deposits to produce the crude oil. But the logistic of refining and delivery to everywhere is an oligopoly among these big corporations worldwide. As long as the latter part of the game is not changed. Any form of fuel added to the mix will still add to the bottom line of these companies.

If this alternative production method gains traction, think of a new premium gas for your high-end cars coming in 5 to 10 years.

And definitely bye-bye shale oil.


  • MidKnight November 30, 2014 at 8:05 pm

    I glanced through the article but didn’t see any mention of what the burned fuel emission is – any idea?

    With kind regards,

  • Lawrence December 1, 2014 at 11:20 am

    the residue substances from fossil fuel will not be there so the burning will be a bit cleaner but CO and CO2 will still be produced from the combustion of the syn-fuel.

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