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The Role of LPG as a Road Fuel


Posted by Colin Seeney, Senior Technical Engineer, Autogas Worldwide
With transport accounting about a quarter of CO2 emissions there is an obvious need to target this area when looking for reductions.

When considering alternative fuels as well as the obvious environmental issues, reliability and infrastructure of supply along with cost must be considered.


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Tim Crabbe
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Sheffield Hallam University

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