The ability to fly on both natural gas and kerosene might be a key to global mobility
Prospects for abundant and inexpensive natural gas have aircraft manufacturers reassessing the options for future fuels, particularly for the military where both energy security and affordability could trump any desire to reduce emissions by moving away from fossil fuels. The technology of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has unlocked the potential to tap immense reserves of natural gas trapped in shale formations in North America, China and elsewhere. While the fracking process is ...
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