10 September, 2018

ADME  Fuels presents at the DME 8 conference in Sacramento, California, focused on worldwide developments connected with DME's production and commercialization.

welcome

26 February 2015
The use of DME as a vehicle fuel is approved by the State of California, which allows the retail sale of DME throughout the State.

DME is a cleaner burning alternative to diesel and a number of the world's largest engine manufacturers  have developed heavy duty vehicles for this purpose.


Initiatives are also currently underway in the shipping industry in Europe to use DME as a next generation fuel, which will not only result is compliance with tightening air emissions standards, but also reduce the risk of environmental harm due to oil spills.


Industrial Application

19 March 2018

Prins Alternative Fuel Systems reveals a DME conversion system for large-scale demonstrations of light, medium and heavy-duty DME vehicles at a workshop hosted by Ford Europe.

Diesel Replacement

News

DME is well known in the chemicals sector as an ozone-friendly, non- toxic, aerosol for liquid sprays (asthma puffers, hairspray, etc.) and as a refrigerant gas.


In its pure form, DME may be used as a gas turbine fuel, or it may be blended with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) since blends containing less that 20% DME are completely compatible with existing LPG infrastructure. 

different uses for DME include:

30 June, 2016
The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) establishes Expert Groups focused on methanol and DME production.

to an alternative energy carrier


DME or dimethyl ether is a gaseous fuel that few people in Australia have ever heard of. But it has been generating quite a bit of excitement in Asia, Europe and North America among those looking for cleaner burning fuels for engines and household use. 


Australian DME Fuels Pty Ltd ("ADME Fuels") was established in 2015 to promote the use of this exciting next generation fuel in Australia.

9 November, 2017

A project partnership involving the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), Mack Trucks, Westcan Bulk Transport, and Oberon Fuels announces a project to develop and demonstrate technology for use in the fuel system of heavy-duty DME trucks.

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