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Hydrocarbons and Biofuels

Hydrocarbons and biofuels are two domains that can offer fuel-based applications and tackle issues like heating, transportation, and electricity generation. Hydrocarbons are more traditional, mainly sourced from biomass or fossil fuels. In contrast, biofuels are derived from biomass like plants or biowaste through biological or thermochemical procedures. Hydrocarbons include diesel, gasoline, and jet fuel, whereas biofuels include bioethanol, biodiesel, and hydro-treated vegetable oil (HVO).

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