Researchers learn to pull gasoline from the air

10/24/2012 | Independent (London), The ·

A British research team has a working prototype that creates synthetic gasoline and other hydrocarbon fuels from thin air. The system and the resultant fuel are "carbon-neutral" because the carbon released when the fuel burns was originally sucked out of the air around us. So far, researchers have produced a little more than a gallon of air-derived gasoline, but the technology could be in commercial refineries within a few years.

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