SHRIEVE FUEL ADDITIVES KNOWLEDGE HUB
Shrieve understands the real value of using a fuel that has been treated with additives designed to improve the performance of the fuel, thus reducing both the quantity of fuel consumed and the subsequent emissions from this fuel. We have very carefully selected partners in this arena who are global leaders in the automotive market to support our advancement in to this market, supporting our established automotive product range: ICE 32, Zerol HD and Zerol HFO products.
For more information on our gasoline and diesel additives, please contact us.
Do I need to switch to an electric car from 2030?
Most people in the UK will have heard that from 2030 no new petrol or diesel cars can be sold. In the EU this may even reduce to 2025 with the Euro 7 emission rules! Many people are confused and may stop buying a traditional gasoline (petrol) or diesel-powered vehicle for fear of the car having no access to fuel! Find out more here.
Do fuel additives really work?
I recently mentioned to some friends that I was planning to write some articles on fuel additives and was surprised when some commented that they were unsure of the efficacy or value in fuel additives in general. When I asked why, the answer was, in short, YouTube. Find out more about why fuel additives really do make a difference.
How much fuel additive do I need for my fleet?
If you run a fleet of vehicles or trucks and choose to buy a tanker of fuel from the ‘spot’ market and run without additive, it is definitely cheaper however fuel additives are beneficial to your vehicles. Find out more.
When, exactly, can the world operate without diesel fuel?
The use of diesel is becoming a hot topic in Europe currently, and we’re not talking about hot product supplied direct from a refinery! The use of diesel fuel is becoming outlawed by Governments in the expectation that modern scientists can come up with a carbon neutral solution to power a heavy goods vehicle on its travels. The electric car is here with us now and their range varies massively depending on the type of travel undertaken and the size of the battery employed.
Diesel and Petrol Additives: Are you mad?
If you are running a vehicle and you regularly use the cheapest fuel available to you that just about passes the minimum EU standards for petrol or diesel you are not maximising the full amount of energy the fuel contains. This is not really open to debate this is a fact. The Oil Majors spend vast sums of money working with specialist additive companies to ensure that their retail fuel operates a higher standard than the minimum; they honestly do not waste money; their shareholders would push back if they were knowingly wasting hard earned profits. Find out more.