The future for diesel-powered passenger vehicles has greatly improved with reports that production of so-called “super diesel” fuel is earmarked for large expansion. Production of GTL fuel ready to take off. The Financial Times reports that Royal Dutch Shell is completing plans with the country of Qatar for a $4 billion gas-to-liquid (GTL) facility that will produce liquid super diesel fuel from the country's vast reserves of otherwise "stranded" natural gas. The resulting ...

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