Are trees a fossil fuel?

Answer Trees are not a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels are coal, natural gas and oil, which provide 85 percent of the energy consumed in the United States. Trees provide wood, which is considered a renewable ... Read More »

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Is oil fossil fuel?

Oil, also called petroleum, is a fossil fuel, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Fossil fuels, such as natural gas and coal, are hydrocarbon based substances formed from decay... Read More »

Is gas a fossil fuel?

Gasoline (gas) is a component of crude oil, which is a fossil fuel. Refineries separate gasoline from crude oil by boiling the crude oil into vapor. Different fractions are collected according to t... Read More »

How Fossil Fuel Is Created?

According to Canada's Energy Quest, most of the oil found in the earth originates from a time period that occurred 360 to 286 million years ago called the Carboniferous period. But some coal deposi... Read More »

Is fossil fuel a resource?

A resource in anything used as a supply or for support. Fossil fuels include oil, natural gas and coal, all formed by processes taking millions of years. All of these fossil fuels are used by human... Read More »