Aviation Gasoline

Avgas is an aviation fuel used in aircraft with spark-ignited internal combustion engines.


Biofuels are a renewable energy source, made from organic matter or wastes, that can play a valuable role in reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

Diesel Fuel

The combustible liquid used as fuel for diesel engines, ordinarily obtained from fractions of crude oil that are less volatile than the fractions used in gasoline. In diesel engines, the fuel is ignited not by a spark, as in gasoline engines, but by the heat of air compressed in the cylinder, with the fuel-injected in a spray into the hot compressed air.

Diesel Dye

Diesel Dye is the leading fuel marking system which prevents diesel theft by adding a dye to the diesel to mark the diesel.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

LPG is a mixture of flammable hydrocarbon gases that include propane, butane, isobutane and mixtures of the three LPG gases. LPG is commonly used for home heating gases, cooking, hot water, and autogas – fuel for LPG cars and vehicles.


Paraffin is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid which is derived from petroleum. It is widely used as a fuel in aviation as well as households.

Heavy Duel Oil

Heavy Fuel Oil is a category of fuel oils of a tar-like consistency identified as a “worse case substance”. Also known as bunker fuel, or residual fuel oil, HFO is the result or remnant from the distillation and cracking process of crude oil.

Petrol – unleaded 95 and 93 octane

Petroleum is a naturally occurring liquid found beneath the earth’s surface that can be refined into fuel. Petroleum is a fossil fuel, meaning that it has been created by the decomposition of organic matter over millions of years.