The word gasoline is a noun. Gasoline means (1) a volatile flammable mixture of hydrocarbons (hexane and heptane and octane etc.) derived from petroleum; used mainly as a fuel in internal-combustion engines.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word gasoline.
This is the website for the British Petroleum company, one of the largest energy companies in the world with roots in the early twentieth century. BP has a number of gasoline products, owns gas stations, and produces a number of other automotive products. The website provides a history of the company and description of all its products and services.
Fuel Economy is a website developed by the U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. On this site users can find information about efforts to improve automobile efficiency, gasoline prices, gas mileage tips, hybrid vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles, and can find and compare new and used automobiles.
The following articles provide recent gasoline-related news.
Drivers might be cheering OPEC's decision to increase oil production, but analysts say the extra supply isn't expected to drive gasoline prices down in time for summer vacation season.
Charlotte Norsworthy. NPR. Friday, 22 Jun 2018 16:10:20 -0400.
The UK still plans to end the sale of new diesel and gasoline cars by 2040 and will set out more detail as soon as this week, a government source said after a report suggested the plans were being watered down.
AutoNews.com. Wednesday, 20 Jun 2018 05:58:32 EST. Subscription required.
The U.S. President issued a second tweet this morning blaming OPEC for "too high" crude prices, but the timing for the message is confusing given the recent decline in prices for oil and gasoline at the pump.
By David Blackmon, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 13 Jun 2018 08:41:00 -0400.
The following digital image illustrates the word gasoline.