Synthetic diesel fuel, produced most commonly from natural gas (methane) feedstock – but also obtainable from coal or biomass – has been touted for a number of years as a means of cutting pollutant exhaust emissions from regular automotive diesel engines. But the environmental attractions of gas-to-liquid (GTL) fuel have tended to be outweighed by a combination of limited availability and, inevitably, cost….
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August 20, 2018