What Makes Our Fuels Different

The gasoline and diesel used in vehicles today come from a refinery, which separates gasoline, kerosene/jet fuel, and diesel fuel from oil. Refineries then treat those raw cuts with various processing units such as hydrotreaters, crackers, and catalytic reformers until they meet current industry regulations.

Advantage plants instead take the building blocks of chemistry called synthesis gas, and synthesize highly engineered fuels, which are cleaner, produce less emissions, and reduce wear and tear on engines.

Our engineered fuels can be used in today’s engines with no changes to the engine whatsoever. The fuels can also be used as an additive for normal refined fuels, dramatically improving the quality of the overall fuel  even as a minor blend component.

How Motor Fuels are
Made in a Refinery

How Our Fuels
Are Made

How Our Fuels
Are Made

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Fuel Overview

The fuels created from the Advantage plants are superior to refinery fuels, much like how synthetic oil for your engine is superior to normal oil.

Ultra Premium Diesel

Zero Sulfur

High cetane > 70 (traditional Diesel 45)

Good lubricity <400 (traditional Diesel > 520)

Reduces emissions

Can be used neat or as a premium blend stock

No Sulfur Kerosene

Reduces emissions over other kerosene  products

Speciality applications due to virtually no sulfer

Gasoline Blendstock

Zero Sulfur

Gasoline range product

Multiple applications for use

Purity Hydrogen

Systems can export hydrogen

Can be further treated for high purity applications

Emerging market for use of hydrogen as transportation fuel