U.S. to Export Natural Gas Because Our Cars Aren't Warranted to Burn Methanol

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Cheniere Energy won approval from the U.S. government to build America's largest natural-gas export terminal. The United States is overflowing with natural gas and has the potential to become a major exporter.

Meanwhile we're all paying exorbitant prices to fuel our cars because the only fuel our cars can burn is made of petroleum, and oil prices are controlled by an illegal cartel hell-bent on bleeding the world of its wealth. Robert Zubrin proved that cars already on the road are capable of burning methanol. They just aren't warranted to do it.

What we need are cars that are warranted to burn fuels other than gasoline. What we need is fuel competition. What we need is to turn that natural gas into methanol and use this superior fuel for transportation right here at home.

What we need is the Open Fuel Standard.

1 comments:

Martina Taylor November 19, 2012 at 1:24 AM  

As the fuel prices are soaring up so natural gas is the best option. And the government has also given its approval. The natural gas will cut short the fuel costs and is environment friendly.

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