ALTERNATIVE AUTO FUELS POSE COST OR TECHNICAL CHALLENGE

A special study has examined automotive emissions and the possible outcome of efforts to improve air quality by altering the mix of motor vehicle fuels. The study, prepared by Stanford Field, director of energy programs for SRI International, is titled "1991 Oil Report, Chapter 13: Motor Vehicle Fuels of the Future." The study focuses on U.S. activities in this arena and evaluates the projected costs and viabilities of the alternative fuels and the potential environmental improvements resulting

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