A chemical blend of FCC, straight-run gas, alkylate, reformate and butane molecules

Commercial Gasoline (EN228) is one of the world’s most common motor fuels and is known for its volatility and number of octanes. Gasoline’s distinctive chemical volatility means it mixes very quickly with air, while the high number of octanes denotes a significant resistance to detonation incidents. In Europe, the most common gasolines available on the market contain 95 octanes (Euro Plus) followed by Super Plus (98 octanes) and 100 octanes.