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By 2050 the European Commission has proposed to prohibit the use of cars with petrol engines in cities. This is presented by the European Commission and set up in its "White Paper on Transport" stated on the basis of the strategy of the development of European transport policy in the coming decades. The design of this document has four main objectives:

1st    Prohibition of traditional petrol cars in cities
2nd   Reducing the proportion of low-carbon fuels in aviation to 40%
3rd   Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% at sea
4th   Finally, half of the passengers to move to rail and water transport from the road.

EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas believes that all these tasks can be met. Upon his opinion, by the middle of the century, the environmental program will allow it to reduce up to 60% of carbon emissions in the transport sector. About one and a half trillion Euros will be needed for the realization of this task in the EU.
Our company has developed and tested new technology that improves the properties of petroleum products so that the targets that were set by the European Commission can be solved in a much shorter time and without abandoning the classic vehicles. The core of the proposed technology: Various methods of controlling the process by means of direct contact or non-contact exposure to electromagnetic fields with preset parameters to aromatic, naphthenic and paraffinic hydrocarbons, which are included in the different fractions of oil, with the aim to modify the structural properties.

The technologies allow reducing the multiple the costs of quality assurance of petroleum products to the Standard Specifications on refineries, tank farms and the output ports.

The technologies have the following advantages:

- The above reactions can be carried out at ambient temperature and pressure.
- The reactions can be carried out directly in the storage tanks of petroleum products at no additional cost for the transfer.
 - The technology allows increasing the octane number of gasoline to several points without adding additives to the gasoline fractions. In the implementation of such a method the diesel octane is also increased by a few points. In the electromagnetic interference to the gasoline fraction occur changes of n-paraffin, and the result is to increase the octane number of gasoline and diesel fuel.
- The equipment used to implement the technology has low cost (1,000 to 50,000 USD per unit), high reliability and is integrated in parallel with the existing process without stopping it. The volume to be processed of the device is from 100 to 10,000 tons per day, depending on the configuration of the container and the characteristics of the raw materials with power consumption per unit of not more than 0.5 to 2 KW. The equipment has no detrimental effects on health, which is confirmed by the corresponding certificates.

We suggest not giving up gasoline and diesel and saving the 1.5 trillion Euros in using our technology of electromagnetic treatment of fuels with the emissions of CO ² immediately to 0.20% and CH values reduced through 30. Fuel consumption is also reduced about 5-7% to vehicles without technical changes. The application of the technology is the actual change in the physical and chemical combustion of the fuel in the combustion chamber. An old one, not tuned engine works again like a Swiss watch. Thus, one could say that we have done an engine overhaul with the treatment of fuel through our technology.
This method of treatment of the fuel has been tested in diesel engines, with a significant reduction of the exhaust gases and in particular no more soot.

A first assessment of the effectiveness of this technology can be made for example to the quotations of last year for gas oil on the market in Rotterdam. The difference was, depending on the sulfur content in different varieties of diesel fuel, the season and the time of the sale, 30 to 70 U.S. dollars per ton. This means that the owner of the port when using our technology, to export more than 1 million tons of diesel fuel monthly and can thus generate additional income of  360-840 million USD per year.

A similar efficiency is also achieved in changing the quality of the sulfur content of fuel or the octane number of gasoline due to calculations by the quotations in the markets in Italy and in Rotterdam.

With the use of our technology, carbon dioxide emissions are reduced up to 80% in the transport sector and for the realization of this task in the EU would be spared the budget of the European Union, about one and a half trillion euros by mid-century.