About the book
Methanol is an essential ingredient of modern life that is used to produce hundreds of everyday industrial and consumer items, including paints, carpets, fabrics and building materials. Methanol is also a clean-burning, biodegradable fuel. Methanol appears naturally in the environment and quickly breaks down in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions. As energy fuel, methanol has chemical and physical fuel properties similar to ethanol. However, methanol is used directly as a fuel or fuel additive in a significant market, particularly China which is the largest consumer and producer or methanol fuel globally. Other countries, including Australia and Israel, have conducted fuel-blending trails to support the commercialization of methanol fuel. Moreover, Methanol is blended into gasoline for use as a transportation fuel for running cars, trucks, buses, ships and even electric turbines, etc. because of its competitive pricing relative to gasoline as well as for its clean air befits. In addition, Fuel blend use in modified vehicles or dedicated methanol vehicles.