10ppm Diesel is a middle distillate and is primarily used as a fuel in the road transport sector. Diesel engines do not use high-voltage spark ignition, instead fuel ignition takes place as...
Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) or biodiesel is a biofuel produced by transesterification of vegetable oils. It has similar properties to fossil Diesel fuel, is therefore suitable for the operation of diesel...
10ppm Gasoil is a middle distillate, rebated fuel which is commonly referred to as red diesel. It is predominantly used for non-road mobile machinery and commercial heating.
Petrol or Unleaded is used primarily as a fuel in internal combustion engines for road transport. Petrol is marketed as E10, with the number indicating the percentage of Ethanol.
In the United Kingdom, Kerosene is defined by two grades of heating oil; BS 2869 Class C1 and BS 2869 Class C2. The latter is a heavier distillate, which is used as...
JET A 1
Jet A-1 is the most widespread type of jet fuel globally for use in turbofan- and turboprop-powered commercial aircraft. Jet A-1 from Mabanaft meets the AFQRJOS Check List...
Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is a drop in fuel that can be used within existing infrastructure, while reducing carbon emissions compared to conventional Jet fuel. This sustainable fuel will generally give a...
Diesel Supply Locations