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    The oil companies have had methanol-to-gasoline conversion in production for decades. Google has lots of links. I read somewhere its efficiency is somewhere north of 90%.

    Los Alamos proposed using it in their Green Freedom concept, for making gasoline from ambient CO2.


    I know it’s been a while since this thread was brought up though it sparked me thinking about something Audi put out recently, E-diesel. It sounds like they improved on an existing process. Would this be a satisfactory method to do fusion oil?

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