Liquid fuels, such as petroleum and petroleum derived fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel, coal to liquids, and gas to liquids, are a substantial portion of world energy demand and will continue to grow as a demand steady. Regardless of the rising levels of consumption, estimates of available world energy resources have become more optimistic in recent years, stating that we will have more than enough fuels if we consume at current levels. While current estimates show there to be suitable energy resources for the next generation, engineers and scientists must identify that the lasting challenge of providing energy to a global community remains a great priority. New devices of traditional energy resources must be discovered, during the same time we must develop and we must increase options for alternative energy sources such as wind, solar and water power.