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What are they?

Liquid fuels are liquid substances in the presence of oxygen generates energy. They may be of fossil origin, as in the case of petroleum, vegetable or animal as in the case of biofuels.
are not included in this category liquefied natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas or hydrogen líquido.¿Qué is natural gas?
The most common liquid petroleum fuels are:

What are liquid fuels?

  • gasoline Engine
  • Diesel
  • fuel Oil
  • Aviation gasoline for piston engines Avigas
  • Aviation fuel Jet engine turbine type A1
  • Kerosene
  • Gasoline Motor Diesel Fuel Oil Gasoline for aviation piston engines Avigas Fuel for aviation turbine engines type Jet A1 Kerosene
Biofuels are liquid fuels or blending components produced from biomass. Among them fuel alcohol, biodiesel and renewable diesel stand out.
Alcohol fuel is denatured anhydrous ethanol obtained from biomass with a water content below 1%, mixed with gasoline compatible in any proportion to produce an oxygenated fuel.
Biodiesel is a fuel that serves as a diesel substitute and is typically obtained from palm oil, soybean, canola, or other vegetable oils; animal fats and recycled fats. It consists of mono-alkyl esters of fatty acids from vegetable oils or animal fats.
The renewable diesel is chemically identical to conventional diesel fossil fuel (long chain hydrocarbons), but is produced from biomass.