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A fuel is defined as any substance, solid, liquid or gas which may be easily ignited and burned to produce heat, light or other useful forms of energy. For example, coal, charcoal, gasoline, kerosene, light oils, fuel oils, natural gas, liquified petroleum gases, hydrogene, etc.

The principal fuels used in Mexico are basically fossil fuels (hydrocarbons) obtained from oil refining.



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