Our transportation and heating fuels (diesel and gasoline, etc.) are made from combinations of the elements hydrogen and carbon. High value crude oil has more hydrogen and less carbon than lower value heavy crude, bitumen, and coal. In order to convert low value hydrocarbons into high value, clean, liquid fuels one needs to either add hydrogen to them, or remove carbon from them..

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