Making crude Oil out of Thin Air
A new invention from the BGU University in Isreal
Using nano-materials

2013 BGU: Making crude Oil out of Thin Air

BGU Researchers invent Green Alternative to Crude Oil
developed a green feed that can be converted using well-established technologies into liquid fuel and delivered using existing infrastructure to gas stations. As opposed to other alternative fuel sources, such as electric cars, which require additional infrastructure, this green feed would merely replace oil as the input for refineries
This project is partially supported by
I-SAEF (Israel Strategic Alternative Energy Foundation).

2013 BGU: Making crude Oil out of Thin Air
date : November 22, 2013
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group of researchers at Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of the Negev in Israel
..carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas into a renewable alternative for crude oil.

By using nano materials

By Prof. Moti Hershkowitz, Israel Cohen
vice president and dean of research and development at BGU

2013 BGU: Making crude Oil out of Thin Air


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2013 BGU: Making crude Oil out of Thin Air

From Globes:
Ben Gurion U researchers develop alternative fuel

researchers have created a green feed alternative to crude oil from water and carbon dioxide.
A replacement for oil has become a vital need in the 21st century.
Ben Gurion University of the Negevresearchers have invented a process to make a green feed alternative for crude oil out of two of the most common substances on Earth: water and carbon dioxide, which is a greenhouse gas detrimental to the environment.

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