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  • Bulk Supply of All FuelsPetrol, Diesel, Jet fuel, Aviation gasoline, Paraffin, LPG
  • ParaffinLamps and Lighting Fuel, Heating Oil, Jet Engine Fuel, Fire Entertainment, etc
  • LPG the Clean Energy SourceBulk supply of LPG for Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Agricultural and Mining
  • JET A1We supply aviation turbine fuels
  • Fuel TransportationAn efficient and effective bulk supply transport network
Petrol

Petroleum, along with oil and coal, is classified as a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels are formed when sea plants and animals die, and the remains become buried under several thousand feet of silt, sand or mud. Fossil fuels take millions of years to form and therefore petroleum is also considered to be a non-renewable energy source.


ULP Petrol 93 & 95
Unleaded Petrol (ULP) is a high quality, technically advanced petrol, incorporating multifunctional deposit control for improved cleanliness of the vehicles engine and will be available along the coast as well as selected inland outlets to enable high performance vehicles to utilize the benefits from a higher-octane petrol. The volatility is seasonally controlled to ensure easy starting, rapid warm-up and absence of vapour-lock.

LRP Petrol 93 & 95
Lead Replacement Petrol (LRP) is a high quality, technically advanced petrol, incorporating multifunctional deposit control for improved cleanliness of the vehicles engine. The volatility is seasonally controlled to ensure easy starting, rapid warm-up and absence of vapour-lock. Both grades of petrol is formulated with an effective additive pack, to ensure anti-knock, excellent oxidation stability and to keep the engines fuel intake system clean and inhibit gum formation under normal storage conditions.

  • LRP 93 – for use at altitudes including and above 1200 meters
  • LRP 95 – for use at altitudes below 1200 meters
  • LRP is suitable for use in all spark ignition internal combustion engines which are required to operate on lead replacement petrol’s.

LRP’s are typically used in air and water cooled, two and four cycle engines, found in older passenger cars, trucks, buses, outboard and inboard marine engines, motorcycles, mobile, portable and stationary power plants