These are fuels ypi probably knew nothing about:
With the skyrocketing energy prices that breaks every consumer’s savings account, it’s high time to consider green and inexpensive sources. While these fuels sound weird, they are widely available and offers less dangers to the environment.
Hog fuel is so versatile that this waste debris from sawmills and wood-processing plants is used to fuel boilers and dryers. It can also be used in lining flower gardens.
Bunker oil is widely used on commercial ships. Bunker C, its most common type is a heavy oil that is high in viscosity. It powers industrial boilers, gas turbines and furnaces.
Char Wood Pellets
Did you know that you can fuel your pellet grill more efficiently with char wood pellets? This 100% natural combo of charcoal and hickory sawdust (from lumber manufacturing) offers a nice cookout with fish, chicken and beef.
First and foremost, this is not the famous soft drink. These are metallurgical coke plants produced after bituminous coal is baked in an oven free from oxygen to produce energy. This nearly pure carbon Coke is intended to develop pig iron, a valuable ingredient in steel.
Natural gasoline sounds too ironic as natural and gasoline are opposites. Also called as C5, natural gasoline is made of a natural gas liquid from vapor pressure and condensate. Its primary use is to power motor gasoline.
Ethane, butane, and propane are among the produced gas in midstream processing.