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Asked On2017-06-12 06:44:28 by:prajwalamv

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Green diesel[edit]
Main article: Vegetable oil refining
Green diesel is produced through hydrocracking biological oil feedstocks, such as vegetable oils and animal fats.[23][24] Hydrocracking is a refinery method that uses elevated temperatures and pressure in the presence of a catalyst to break down larger molecules, such as those found in vegetable oils, into shorter hydrocarbon chains used in diesel engines.[25] It may also be called renewable diesel, hydrotreated vegetable oil[25] or hydrogen-derived renewable diesel.[24] Green diesel has the same chemical properties as petroleum-based diesel.[25] It does not require new engines, pipelines or infrastructure to distribute and use, but has not been produced at a cost that is competitive with petroleum.[24] Gasoline versions are also being developed.[26] Green diesel is being developed in Louisiana and Singapore by ConocoPhillips, Neste Oil, Valero, Dynamic Fuels, and Honeywell UOP[24][27] as well as Preem in Gothenburg, Sweden, creating what is known as Evolution Diesel.[28]

Biofuel gasoline[edit]
In 2013 UK researchers developed a genetically modified strain of Escherichia coli (E.Coli), which could transform glucose into biofuel gasoline that does not need to be blended.[29] Later in 2013 UCLA researchers engineered a new metabolic pathway to bypass glycolysis and increase the rate of conversion of sugars into biofuel,[30] while KAIST researchers developed a strain capable of producing short-chain alkanes, free fatty acids, fatty esters and fatty alcohols through the fatty acyl (acyl carrier protein (ACP)) to fatty acid to fatty acyl-CoA pathway in vivo.[31] It is believed that in the future it will be possible to "tweak" the genes to make gasoline from straw or animal manure.

Vegetable oil[edit]

Filtered waste vegetable oil

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