Automotive diesel

Automotive diesel

Also referred to as ‘diesel fuel’ or ‘gas oil A’, like gasoline, automotive diesel is a mix of hydrocarbons obtained from distilling crude oil and blending components from several process units. It is slightly heavier than gasoline and is used...
Aviation fuel

Aviation fuel

Kerosene is obtained from distilling gasoline and is the basis of fuel used in jet engines.
Bunker fuels

Bunker fuels

These types of fuel consist mainly of gas and fuel oils and are among the heaviest fractions of crude oil. In order to meet the required commercial specifications, bunker fuels must undergo various treatments at the refinery prior to being brought to market. The...
Butane

Butane

  Butane is the other main ‘Liquefied Petroleum Gas’ (LPG). It is a light product derived from distilling crude oil. The key difference between butane and propane is that butane begins to liquefy at around 0º C and therefore must be stored indoors or in warm...
Gasoline

Gasoline

Gasoline, also known as petrol, is a mixture obtained from blending many light components from several refinery process units. Gasoline and diesel are the most commonly used fuels in the motor vehicle industry. As a product, gasoline must comply with a number of...