unleaded-gasoline

Diesel

Shell Diesoline is a premium quality automotive diesel fuel blended with up to 2% Coconut Methyl Ester (CME), in compliance with The Biofuels Act of 2006. Shell Diesoline is recommended for light and heavy-duty automotive applications (including off road). Shell Diesoline can also be used in industrial applications for boilers, furnaces and heaters requiring distillate fuel. Shell Diesoline has low sulphur and fully complies with requirements of the Clean Air Act for automotive diesel fuel.

Download: Shell Diesoline TDS

Shell FuelSave Diesel

Shell FuelSave Diesel is designed to ignite and burn more effectively to help improve fuel economy. It also contains special detergents formulated to maintain engine condition by helping to prevent the build-up of injector deposits.  And for a workhorse like your new diesel engine, Shell provides you a fuel that is designed to last longer!

Download: Shell FuelSave Diesel Safety Data Sheet

Regular Gasoline

Shell Regular Gasoline is an unleaded gasoline formulated with 10% ethanol. The ethanol component in Shell Regular Gasoline is a renewable energy source that can reduce greenhouse gases. Shell Regular Gasoline is compliant to PNS/DOE QS 008:2012 (E-Gasoline Multi-grade Specification) and is recommended for spark-ignition engines designed to run on 91 octane unleaded gasoline.

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Premium Gasoline

Shell Premium Gasoline is an unleaded premium gasoline formulated with 10% ethanol. The ethanol component in Shell Premium Gasoline is a renewable energy source that can reduce greenhouse gases. Shell Premium Gasoline is compliant to PNS/DOE QS 008:2012 (E-Gasoline Multi-grade Specification) and is recommended for spark-ignition engines designed to run on 95 octane unleaded gasoline.

Download: Premium Gasoline TDS

Kerosene

GTL Kerosene is a synthetic product made from natural gas rather than crude oil, which can be used in aviation and other applications. GTL Jet Fuel is a blend of GTL Kerosene and conventional crude oil-derived standard jet fuel. It is approved for most aviation use at concentrations up to 50% blended with conventional oil-based kerosene (standard Jet A1).

Compared with conventional oil-based kerosene, GTL Kerosene produces virtually zero sulphur dioxide emissions and lower particulate emissions. This means that once blended with conventional jet fuel to create GTL Jet Fuel, it can be attractive to airlines and airport authorities keen to improve local air quality at busy airports by reducing local emissions.

In addition Shell GTL Kerosene has excellent combustion properties with low emissions, making it suitable as lamp oil and fuel for use in greenhouses due to its high smoke point. It can also be used as a feedstock in manufacturing the raw ingredients for detergents, and it makes a good solvent for metal cleaning and dry cleaning.

Download: Shell Kerosene Technical Data Sheet