GTL technology converts natural gas into diesel, which guarantees the same distribution routes as traditional diesel. Thus, this technology also contributes to preserving our environment since natural gas has less negative impact on our natural environment than other energy sources.
Diesel vehicles can run on GTL Fuel without the need for modifications to the engine or exhaust system, which means that it can be considered as a replacement for conventional diesels, allowing its introduction without the need to invest in new vehicles or refueling infrastructure.
In the last decade, many field tests of GTL have been conducted in major cities around the world. These vehicle tests have tested the performance of the GTL for many months in real "on-road" conditions. Tests showed that switching to conventional diesel was easy and vehicle performance was maintained. They have also helped to increase the interest of governments, car manufacturers and the general public.
The GTL can be implemented as a replacement for conventional diesel, helping to reduce local emissions immediately, without the need to invest in new vehicles or refueling infrastructure.
There are several brands of car manufacturers that have tested the GTL and approve its use in their vehicles maintaining the usual warranty conditions, but ALWAYS consult the Driver's Manual that is delivered by the manufacturer with each car and where the admitted fuels must appear