Meir Ezra: Fuel delivery pathway control

Fuel delivery pathway control by Inventor Meir Ezra

A fuel delivery pathway control for remotely monitoring and controlling the delivery of fuel from a producer to consumers, wherein fueling vehicles transport the fuel from storage tanks at a fuel depot to fueling station storage tanks, and the fuel is then dispensed from the fueling station storage tanks to consumer vehicles, the process including the steps of:

providing the fuel depot storage tanks with wireless, electronically controlled shut-off valves that prevent fuel from being added to or removed form the storage tanks without approval;

providing the fueling vehicles with wireless, electronically controlled shut-off valves that prevent fuel from being received into or discharged from the fueling vehicles without authorization;

providing the fueling station storage tanks with one or more wireless electronically controlled shut-off valves that prevent the receipt or discharge of fuel therefrom without authorization; and

providing a wireless electronic system controller that receives information from the fuel depot, fueling vehicles, fueling stations, and commercial vehicles and generates wireless electronic instructions that authorize or withhold authorization for fuel transfer depending on the nature of the data received by the system controller in relation to authorization criteria in the controller.

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