Merrit Patterson, left, president of XRDi, and Andy Allen, chief technology officer, with some of their lightweight, two-stroke engines that can use a combination of fuels, from jet fuel, kerosene and diesel.
Merrit Patterson, left, president of XRDi, and Andy Allen, chief technology officer, with some of their lightweight, two-stroke engines that can use a combination of fuels, from jet fuel, kerosene and diesel. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Merrit Patterson, left, president of XRDi, and Andy Allen, chief technology officer, with some of their lightweight, two-stroke engines that can use a combination of fuels, from jet fuel, kerosene and diesel. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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