"How much fuel did you burn on the way down?"
"We've got to figure out new ways to burn less fuel."
"How much fuel does this plane burn in five minutes?"
Your body generates both energy and heat as it burns fuel.
By now we've burned enough fossil fuel to reach 365 parts per million.
And they do it with their giant engines burning fuel the entire time.
Fire needs three things to burn: oxygen, fuel, and heat.
They could burn 30% less fuel and use 40% less water than their 141.
Essentially, these buildings burn fuel 24 hours a day, without regard for how hot or cold people feel.
This may cause a problem in which it is cheaper to buy electricity than to burn fuel.