Article - 3 Jul 2015
Within the European Union, Denmark has remained a front runner in the push towards developing renewable energy sources, as well as enforcing regulations that support the sustainability of their...
Article - 24 Jun 2015
Dr. Stephen Ritter, Senior Correspondent for Chemical & Engineering News - the weekly news-magazine published by the American Chemical Society - speaks to AZoCleantech about the various chemicals used...
Article - 7 Jan 2014
One of the leading US-based independent oil and gas producers, and one of the largest independent processors of natural gas and natural gas liquids in North America were looking at innovative...
Article - 24 Oct 2013
The issue surrounding smog, especially in China, looks set to run and run with a lot of citizens wearing facemasks to ensure they don’t breath in any of it.
Article - 31 May 2013
The consistent and constant rise in fuel prices across the globe are a clear indication of the depletion of the world's oil resources. As a result biofuel, and biodiesel in particular as it is the...
Article - 23 May 2013
Algal biofuel is an alternative to fossil fuel, which is generated by specific algae species from carbon dioxide.
Article - 22 May 2013
Biodiesel is a vegetable oil- or animal fat-based diesel fuel consisting of long-chain alkyl esters. It is typically formed by the chemical reaction of lipids with alcohol that produce fatty acid...
Article - 6 Mar 2013
The Fischer-Tropsch (FT) process, originally developed by Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch in early 1920s, is a series of chemical reactions that involve the conversion of hydrogen and carbon monoxide...
Article - 20 Feb 2013
'Syngas' or 'synthesis gas' is a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, small quantities of carbon dioxide and other trace gases. Normally derived from feedstocks, Syngas contains carbon, such as...
Article - 4 Jan 2013
Increased fuel consumption and fuel costs, and depletion of traditional sources of fuel have made researchers work on alternative forms of fuels in the last decade.