The US Navy has developed a new fuel which they can make while at sea. This would be a game changer.
Of course, as you read their article, you notice that the fuel will cost between $3 and $6 a gallon. And that makes me wonder if the price increases of the last 5 years were caused by the US government so that this fuel would be competitive?
Basically, they will use catalytic converters to break out CO2 and Hydrogen from the sea water, and then turn those gasses into a liquid fuel.
What do you think?