Diesel Vegetable Oil Conversion Workshop SolarFest July 15, 2006 Chris Reville Devin Van Zandt Roadfry.com Basic Background Since 2003, fuel costs have increased by nearly 100% in the US Major consumers of fuel have limited control over rising costs US and Europe have limited in-country supply
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Diesel Vegetable Oil Conversion WorkshopSolarFestJuly 15, 2006Chris RevilleDevin Van ZandtRoadfry.com
Diesel, Bio-diesel, WVO & SVO
WVO or SVO
No relief in sightOn Wednesday, the federal Energy Information Administration warned that drivers can expect retail gas prices to average above $2.10 a gallon on a monthly basis through 2006, while truckers will face average diesel fuel costs over $2.20.
The EIA said its forecast is based on the price for U.S. crude oil staying above $55 a barrel during the same period.
“It does appear that retail gasoline and diesel prices will remain above $2 per gallon for the foreseeable future,” the EIA said in its weekly review of the oil market.
The national price for regular unleaded gasoline hit a record $2.37 a gallon on Monday, while diesel fuel rose to $2.41 -- less than half a penny from its all-time high
August 11, 2005
How does the Diesel Engine Differ from a Gas Engine?
Why Vegetable Oil?
Cars and Trucks for Conversion?
Best (Indirect Injection with Inline Injection Pump)
Good (Direct Injection with Computer Controls)
OK (Unit Injector and Common Rail)