What happens when you mix oil and water?

Wichita engineers say it makes a better diesel












Oil and water don’t typically mix well, but a Wichita-based biofuel company, Fuel Technology, is using this combination as a promising biodiesel that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve fuel economy, and lower diesel expenses, too. Driving down the highway, you may have seen black clouds of smoke puffing out from semi-trailers. A typical diesel engine is what emits a lot of this soot, which is a leading cause of hazy skies and can lead to health issues such as asthma. Fuel Technology is patenting a method of combining water and diesel in a way that it converts the soot generated in the normal diesel-burning process into carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas, which are less harmful and reduce greenhouse gas emissions....

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June 23, 2022

Fuel Technology at Max Planck Research Institute

Harnack House, Berlin, Germany

Mr. Davani is invited to give a lecture presentation about Fuel Technology's AquaCharged Biodiesel technology during his fellowship at Max Planch Research Institute in Germany.










September 2, 2021

Fun Fact: In 1929, Albert Einstein gave a lecture on relativity in the same lecture hall.

Patent Application Filed

Fuel Technology, LLC files it's first international patent application with the USPTO and World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO):


Application Number: PCT/US2018/047013

August 19, 2018

University Research Case Study

Fuel Technology, LLC signs a co-venture research agreement with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Wichita State Univertiy. The co-venture is set to improve the water and diesel fuel formulation. The project is fully funded by Fuel Technology, LLC.   

February 24, 2015