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Yes - I have updated to address this - basically we can fight over the right # (and agree on ...
CO can be used as fuel, but it has very low energy density. You wouldn't get much range. I think ...
Consumption. He asked about production though. US consumption has dropped down to about 19 million barrels per day too, after ...
I read an article yesterday that emphasized those points. The grossly misuse the term "subsidy" in the analysis: http://www.vox.com/2015/5/20/8630913/IMf-fossil-fuel-subsidies
This review, and the report it considers, are mere political harangues masquerading as technical analysis.
The subsidies to fossil fuels are ...
in 11 years at 20 million barrels per day of US consumption, that would equal 80 billion barrels
I'm not an expert in fuels. So I'm unclear about the CO in the formula, when the article mentioned ...
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