What is BioDiesel?

Biodiesel is the mono-alkyl-esters of long-chain fatty-acids derived from renewable organic oil lipid sources. Biodiesel is produced from feed stocks like vegetable oils, used cooking oils and animal fats.     BioDiesel for vehicles or Bio-Heat as it is called when used in oil furnaces is a man made clean burning fuel substitute that is made

RSPO sets new targets for sustainable palm oil

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and its members announced new commitments to reduce the industry’s environmental impact, but warned that their efforts would only make a dent in global sustainability goals if they had government support. At the industry association’s 13th roundtable conference at the Shangri-La hotel in Kuala Lumpur, RSPO announced that

The difference between crude oil and refined oil

Crude oil refers to the primary oil that has not been refined from vegetable oils (the main component is a mixture of triglycerides (commonly known as neutral oil); it also contains non-glycerol substances, collectively referred to as impurities). Due to the simple processing technology, this oil contains many impurities, is easily oxidized and deteriorated, and is

Oil refining

1. What is hair oil? Unrefined vegetable oils obtained by pressing, leaching or water generation are called hair oils.The main component of the hair oil is a mixture of triglyceride esters (commonly known as neutral oil). In addition to neutral oil, non-glyceride substances (collectively referred to as impurities) are also contained in the wool, and their

Types Of Biofuel

Biofuels, like fossil fuels, come in a number of forms and meet a number of different energy needs. The class of biofuels is subdivided into two generations, each of which contains a number of different fuels that will be explored in this article. First Generation Biofuels First generation biofuels are made from sugar, starch, or