Ford Motor Co. of Thailand President Thomas Brewer wants the Thai government to consider other alternative fuels in addition to natural gas vehicles (NVGs) and to come up with a common long-term strategy for energy conservation. Brewer tells the Bangkok Post newspaper a clearer strategy for everyone involved would better help tackle the oil crisis. One alternative Ford suggests is B20 biodiesel. B20 is a 20-80 mix of renewable, natural oils (vegetable oil) and conventional fossil fuels. ...

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