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What is Bio Fuel ? Part 4 Storage and Supply

What are the implications of using bio-liquids in existing oil storage and supply systems Findings from the heating oil project have shown that, subject to the use of bio-liquid compatible filters and fire valves, no other modifications are required to the ancillary equipment to facilitate the safe storage and supply

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What is Bio Fuel ? – Part 3 The Implications

What are the implications of using bio fuel in existing appliances ? The properties of bio-liquids and bio-liquid blends in comparrision to mineral fuels such as kerosene are different. This is an important factor to bear in mind as this means that to change from 100% mineral fuel (even kerosene

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What is Bio Fuel ? Part 2 – The research

OFTEC Heating Oil Project – Bio-Liquids For the production of new bio-liquid compatible equipment such as boilers, burners and oil tanks, as well as the conversion of existing installations and equipment, it is vitally important and necessary that the properties of the fuel to be combusted are not only known

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What is Bio-Fuel ? – Part 1 The Science Bit

The introduction of bio-liquids into the home heating and cooking markets creates opportunities for a cleaner, sustainable future for the liquid fuelled industry. What is Bio-Liquid Bio- liquid suitable for use in the home heating market are commonly Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME) derived from either used cooking oil or

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Bio heating trial passes inspection

Two properties taking part in a trial of bio-liquids in Northern Ireland have  passed their second inspection with flying colours. Both heating systems have been converted to run on a bio-liquid blend, consisting of 70% kerosene and 30% fatty acid methyl ester (FAME), which can be made from waste cooking oil, animal fat or rapeseed. OFTEC joined

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The fight for bio-liquids

The new B30K fuel will be a mix of 30% FAME bio-fuel and 70% kerosene, and can be used on existing oil heating appliances with very few system modifications. It is estimated that carbon emissions from the B30K fuel will be 28% lower than those from traditional heating oil. The provisional specification for this

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Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

Success for Biofuels research project The Oil Firing Technical Association, ICOM Energy Association (ICOM), the University of East Anglia and others have successfully trialled a new blended heating oil which combines a bio-fuel with kerosene or gas oil. A provisional specification for this new fuel will be issued in 2010.

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Biofuel….Algae Based Fuel For The Future ?

Genetically modified blue and green algae is being touted as a miracle answer to the world’s energy problems which could one day fuel our cars and heat our homes. Bioengineers have already developed algae that produce ethanol, oil and even diesel, ABC news reports. The only thing the organisms need are sunlight,

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