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  • boomer_here_still boomer_here_still May 28, 2010 10:40 AM Flag

    all said and done, wind baby wind!


    we should not be drilling this deep into the ocean floor. No doubt about it.
    China has more offshore wind plans than we have drilling rigs in the Gulf, true.
    We are getting left in the dust with alt energy, wake up America, time to wake up.


    The U.S. sits on more nat gas than Saudi Arabia does oil, yet we act as though it doesn't exist. Doh.


    Worldwide, there were 11,2 million natural gas vehicles by 2009, led by Pakistan with 2.4 million, Argentina (1.8 million), Iran (1.7 million), Brazil (1.6 million), and India (725 thousand), with the Asia-Pacific region leading with 5,7 million NGVs, followed by Latin America with almost 4 million vehicles.

    CNG cars available in Europe are bi-fuel vehicles burning one fuel at a time. Their engine is a standard gasoline internal combustion engine (ICE). This means that they can indifferently run on either gasoline from a gasoline tank or CNG from a separate cylinder in the trunk. The driver can select what fuel to burn by simply flipping a switch on the dashboard.

    Several manufacturers (Fiat, Opel, Peugeot, Volkswagen, Toyota, Honda and others) sell bi-fuel cars. In 2006, Fiat introduced the Siena Tetrafuel in the Brazilian market, equipped with a 1.4L FIRE engine that runs on E100, E25 (Standard Brazilian Gasoline), Gasoline and CNG.

    Any existing gasoline vehicle can be converted to a bi-fuel (gasoline/CNG) vehicle. Authorized shops can do the retrofitting, this involves installing a CNG cylinder in the trunk, installing the plumbing, installing a CNG injection system and the electronics.

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