What Is Diesel?
Diesel is a type of fuel used in an internal combustion engine. It is made up of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons, which are broken down into carbon and hydrogen molecules.
A litre (litre) is a unit of volume, equal to 1 cubic decimeter. A kilogram (kg) is the metric unit for mass that equals 1000 grams.
Diesel is a fuel that works in diesel engines. It is processed through combustion, which can cause damage to some other fuels used less efficiently.
How Is Diesel Extracted?
Diesel is extracted from some crude oil, and it is also created through distillation. There are a few variables in the distillation process that have to be certain for diesel to be produced. The liquid gets removed from the crude oil between 200-350 degrees Celsius and atmospheric pressure, resulting in low molecular weight hydrocarbons such as methanol.
How Much Is Diesel Per Litre In Namibia?
A litre of diesel in Namibia as of September 2022 is selling at NAD 22.120
Factors that affect the price of petrol
The price of petrol affects the cost of living. The cost of living depends on a combination of prices for food, clothing, and fuel. There are many factors that influence the price of petrol, including worldwide oil prices and global economic conditions.