Methanol -- the Fuel in Waiting

By William Tucker - October 30, 2014

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The fourth in a series of articles this week on energy innovation and the American economy. Methanol is a bit of a mystery. It is the simplest form of hydrocarbon, one oxygen atom attached to a simple methane molecule. Therefore it burns. It is manufactured in small quantities, but production could be ramped up at any time. It’s the fuel that would make the best and most convenient...

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