The only information my google fu has found so far on using condensate (or drip gas... naturally found distillate of crude oil found in natural gas wells) in vehicles or other small engines? Seems the octane is too low and there's no lubricants found in regular gas. People in the past ran their vehicles on it, mixing the condensate with mystery marvel oil, or other oil. I have free natural gas here on the place, and I regularly have to clear out my 'drip tank' at the lowest point of my pipeline, draining off several gallons of drip gas at a time. Over at the well (on my property) they separate out most of the condensate in 500 barrel tanks. If the shtf or other such emergency occur sometime in the future, it'd be nice to be able to use this in a vehicle. Oil wouldn't be a problem, as they keep several 500 gallon tanks on hand, as well as 50 gallons of methanol. (would come in handy if I needed to make some farm biodiesel). I have a 4 cylinder Suzuki Samurai, stripped of all electronic components. I'd like to be able to use this, after the world has shut down... to get around. Using the condensate with some oil (and extra oil) for the Stihl chainsaws would sure make life more convenient too... although for the well to be making condensate, it'd be making natural gas too, which I use now and would use even more... afterwards. I'd not dare try it now, on working vehicles... as I'd hate to burn em up. If I had some extra's lying around, or a boatload of cash, I'd experiment. Anyone else have any knowledge? or done some experimenting?