Selection of Some TEIR's Past Products And Analysis
TEIR provides analysis on all aspects of motor fuel supply options, performance quality, impacts on vehicle emissions, and their economic competitiveness
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"Transportation Motor Fuels of the Future" 2001
Observation: Crude oil will continue to be the low cost and the main energy source of motor fuels into the foreseeable future.
"Crude oil Replacements as Energy Carriers for Future Motor Fuels" 2004
Observation: CONCAWE Analysis for replacing of Crude oil <> FT Liquids from Nat. Gas are lowest cost of all alternative motor fuels, and Ethanol from sugar beets is the lowest cost alternative motor fuel for reducing fossil CO2 emissions.
"Transportation Fuel Energy Forecasting" 2005
Observation: North America energy deposits are the largest in the world, and can be an net energy exporter in the future if properly developed.
"What is the Oil Equivalent Cost of Ethanol Fuel?" 2006
Observation: Ethanol cost derived from cellulose is much higher than ethanol from corn.
"Gasoline Market Impacts of MTBE PhaseOut" 2006
Observation: Phasing MTBE use out of gasoline supplies will drive up the market cost of Premium octane gasoline price spreads over Regular grade octane gasoline
"Options and Values for Expanding Ethanol Use in Gasoline" 2007
Observation: Net back values for Ethanol's pathways into motor fuels : ETBE > E10 > E85
"International Methanol Fuel Blending Best Practices" 2012
Observation: Methanol can be (and has been) safely and successfully blended in global gasoline supplies
- "Global Methanol Fuel Blending in Gasoline" 2014
Observation: Methanol can be economically blended without government subsidies to extend gasoline supplies, and also to reduce dependency on crude oil for motor fuels
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Last Updated: 8/30/2016