Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Diesel as Alternate / Alternative Fuel

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  1. It was great blog and i loved it but please write something about prodigy oil and gas
    thank you

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  2. Prodigy Oil and Gas are the bast company for investing your money in petroleum industry .

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  3. Thanks for the history link. I didn't realize there's been so much controversy with types of fuel. I drive diesel vehicles, but I'm open to alternate types of fuel if there are some. I think more people need to understand what they're putting into their cars.

    Jenn | http://www.nelsonpetroleum.com

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  4. I had no idea that diesel fuel passenger vehicles were up-and-coming. I thought that the industry had kind of become stagnant. I am curious why the US is going to follow the same diesel engine trends that the rest of the world is following right now.

    Gerald Vonberger | http://www.wofsco.net/about-us.html

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  5. One thing that I didn't know about was all the math and work that goes into fuel development. All I know is that it gets transported around the country and that its ready for us to use when we need it. After seeing this I have a deeper appreciation for the role that fuel plays in our lives and for those who make it ready for us to use.

    http://www.smallandsonsoil.com

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    1. I was pretty impressed by the calculations as well. On the consumer end, we don't really get a good view of how much of that actually goes on. Like you, I thought that they just extracted, purified, then delivered the fuel. It's interesting that diesel could be such a viable alternative to other fuels. http://www.fairbanksfuel.com/services

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