October 2010

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Studying the future of transportation fuels

The National Petroleum Council (NPC) is a federal advisory committee to the US Secretary of Energy. At its September meeting, the NPC discussed the progress of one of its ongoing studies. The study ex..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The National Petroleum Council (NPC) is a federal advisory committee to the US Secretary of Energy. At its September meeting, the NPC discussed the progress of one of its ongoing studies. The study examines future transportation fuels prospects through 2035, with views to 2050, for auto, truck, air, rail and waterborne transport. Specifically, the study is designed to:• Address fuel demand, supply, infrastructure and technology.• Describe accelerated technology pathways to improved fuel efficiency, reduced environmental impact, and deployment of alternative fuels at scale.• Describe actions industry and government can take to stimulate the technological advan

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