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    Is "Blue Petroleum" Fuel Of The Future?

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    Eastern Spain scientists hope they have found the fuel of tomorrow: bio-oil produced with algae mixed with carbon dioxide from a factory.


    Almost 400 of the green tubes, filled with millions of microscopic algae, cover a plain near the city of Alicante, next to a cement works from which the C02 is captured and transported via a pipeline to the "blue petroleum" factory.


    The project, which is still experimental, has been developed over the past five years by Spanish and French researchers at the small Bio Fuel Systems (BFS) company.

    I have heard of this process and everything that I have heard of this is nothing but good however the one major roadblock to this being implemented is the major oil companies, meaning that would upset the balance of wealth in the world. and as you know until after the oil mononoplies have depleted the oil reserves in the world this will not be feasable to implement for the masses.

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