Paraffinic Fuels

Paraffinic Diesel

If your looking to reduce your diesel emissions or truck emissions then look no further than Paraffinic Fuels. GTL or Gas to Liquid and HVO, Hydrotreated Vegetable Oils are both Paraffinic Fuels / Synthetic Diesel, they are identical to diesel in their chemical structure but produced from cleaner base materials and as such inherently produce lower tail pipe emissions.

Switching to Synthetic Diesel is as simple as placing an order, filling your tank and turning on your equipment. In real terms it may even save you money, increase productivity whilst lowering both Particulate and NOx emissions. For further information visit


GTL – Gas to Liquids

Paraffinic Diesel

GTL Fuel is a cleaner-burning liquid fuel that is synthetically manufactured from natural gas and, crucially, can be utilised in any diesel engine without the need for any modifications. It is readily biodegradable and non-toxic and is part of a class of fuels known as paraffinic diesel fuels and is one of the technologies that can be used to address air quality in cities. 





HVO – Hydrotreated Vegetable OIl


is a form of renewable diesel that has been produced from vegetable fats and oils.

Unlike regular biodiesel, hydrogen is used as a catalyst in the creation process instead of methanol.

This makes it a more clean-burning, environmentally friendly diesel alternative, without the short shelf life of regular biodiesel.