The World’s First Artificial Crude Oil from CO2

While many scientists and engineers are worried of the problems exposed by the carbon dioxide in our atmosphere which affected our environment, a Spanish firm manages to convert this waste of CO2 into liquid oil energy or petroleum.  The concept of the technology is CO2 = Energy which means an energy from carbon dioxide or from the air.

Artificial Oil : Accelerate the Process

Theoretically, the natural processes of oil generation in fossils fuel also have the similar process. However, the natural process takes millions of years to produce oil.

The development in research and engineering which is created by Bio Fuel Systems accelerates the natural process of oil generation from several millions years to a few days. This remarkable achievement present a high potential values to renewable energy as well as to reduce environmental problems.

Fossil fuel needs millions of years to be formed through anaerobic processes which required a substantial amount of CO2. In this case, BFS Blue Petroleum of Alicante, Spain captures directly those CO2 from the chimneys of polluting industries so it will no longer go into the atmosphere.

Oil from carbon dioxideArtificial Oil : Reduce the Greenhouse Effect

For each barrel of Blue Petroleum BFS, there are approximately 2,168 kilos of anthropic CO2 are used to produce it. This helps reducing the greenhouse effect on Earth which is mainly from release of CO2. Although the artificial fuel shall be consumed in vehicles after it being refined as petrol or gasoline, scientist and engineers in BFS have calculated that 938 kilos of CO2 will never return to the atmosphere which means a reduction of CO2 constantly if the fuel is produced using this technology.

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