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Available vehicle fuels increasingly include fuel blends that combine petroleum-derived fuels (diesel and gasoline/petrol) with plant-derived fuels (biodiesel and ethanol). Image of a gasoline pump in the Eastern United States, 2008.

This page lists types and terminology for various liquid fuels.

Fuel standards

Fuel edit
Alternative fuel | Biofuel

Gasoline-ethanol fuel blends: E10 | E85 | E90 {Blender's Credit, Blender pump, "Blender wall")
Fuel standards: Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS, US), Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO, UK)
Fuel tracebility (Labeling/Tagging)


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