Template:Fuel types

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Fuel types

These keys are used to specify the type of fuel sold at a fuel station

Sub type Tagging Remark Taginfo
BBQ amenity=bbq
Wood fuel=wood Wood as a heat source
Electric fuel=electric Electric as a heat source
Gas fuel=gas Gas as a heat source
Charcoal fuel=charcoal Charcoal as a heat source
Heating oil fuel:heating_oil=yes Heating oil is any petroleum product or other oil used for heating.
Diesel fuel:diesel=yes Combustible liquid fuel used in combustion engines. Called "nafta" in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay and "bencina" in Chile.
GTL diesel fuel:GTL_diesel=yes High quality partly synthetic diesel made using the 'Gas To Liquid' method: "ultimate diesel", "V-Power diesel", etc.
HGV diesel fuel:HGV_diesel=yes High-output pumps with a larger nozzle that won't normally fit a motorcar fuel receptacle.
Bio diesel fuel:biodiesel=yes
Cold weather diesel fuel:diesel:class2=yes [ dubious ] Diesel for colder weather climates (with a threshold filtration temperature of −32 °C), on the EU EN590 scale. Can be branded as "winter diesel", "Arctic diesel", "diesel −32 °C", etc., depending on the location. Class 2 appears to be the most widely sold variety in Scandinavia and the EEU, however you can replace the "2" in fuel:diesel:class2=yes with 0 (to describe diesel with a threshold filtration temperature down to −20 °C); 1 (−26 °C); 3 (−38 °C) and 4 (−44 °C).

Note that there is a separate threshold for milder, "winter" diesel (A–F, +5 to −20 °C) not covered by this tag, however similar syntax could be used

Untaxed diesel fuel:taxfree_diesel=yes Diesel fuel with few or no taxes, typically for agricultural, construction, or other off-road use. May be known by names such as agricultural diesel, off-road fuel, red diesel (from the dye used to mark it as untaxed), etc.
Octane levels
Octane 80 fuel:octane_80=yes
Octane 85 fuel:octane_85=yes
Octane 86 fuel:octane_86=yes
Octane 87 fuel:octane_87=yes Called "Magna" in Mexico
Octane 88 fuel:octane_88=yes
Octane 89 fuel:octane_89=yes
Octane 90 fuel:octane_90=yes
Octane 91 fuel:octane_91=yes
Octane 92 fuel:octane_92=yes
Octane 93 fuel:octane_93=yes
Octane 95 fuel:octane_95=yes it:"Benzina Verde"
Octane 97 fuel:octane_97=yes Found in Malaysia and Chile.
Octane 98 fuel:octane_98=yes Also advertised as "Ultimate Super" (BP), etc.
Octane 100 fuel:octane_100=yes Also advertised as "MaxxMotion Super 100plus" (OMV), etc.
1:25 fuel:1_25=yes
1:50 fuel:1_50=yes
Ethanol fuel:ethanol=yes =fuel:alcohol=yes
Ethanol-free (E0) fuel:ethanol_free=yes =fuel:e0=yes

Ethanol-free gasoline suitable for cars, boats, or small engines

Methanol fuel:methanol=yes
SVO fuel:svo=yes Straight vegetable oil; de:Pflanzenöl/POEL/PÖL
E5 fuel:e5=yes European designation of fuel with 5% or less ethanol.
E10 fuel:e10=yes DE: Super Benzin mit 10% Bioethanol
E20 fuel:e20=yes 20% ethanol content gasoline mix. Often referred to as Gasohol E20.
E85 fuel:e85=yes 85% ethanol/15% gasoline for flexi-fuel cars in USA and Europe. Popular in Sweden.
Biogas fuel:biogas=yes "SunGas(r)". Also known as compressed biogas (CBG). It is primarily methane and produced from waste (municipal, green, food, etc.).
LPG fuel:lpg=yes Liquefied Petroleum Gas, liquid mixture 40% (summer) to 60% (winter) propane and balance butane. Other local names: de:Autogas, fr:GPL, Propane, it:GPL. In case of 95% propane and 5% Butan please add fuel:propane=yes
CNG (compressed natural gas) fuel:cng=yes Mainly methane compressed to 200–248 bars. A fossil gas. Other local names: de:Erdgas, pt-BR:GNV, it:Metano
LNG (liquefied natural gas) fuel:lng=yes LNG, GNL: much less common than LPG and CNG, but used in some places. Mostly methane content
Propane fuel:propane=yes Liquefied Petroleum Gas, liquid mixture 95% propane and balance butane as required for recreation vehicle appliances.
Liquid hydrogen fuel:LH2=yes Liquid H2
Gaseous hydrogen fuel:h35=yes Gaseous H2 35 MPa
Gaseous hydrogen fuel:h70=yes Gaseous H2 70 MPa
Aviation fuel at aeroway=fuel
91UL (clear) fuel:91UL=yes 91 octane unleaded aviation gas
100LL (blue) fuel:100LL=yes 100 octane leaded aviation gas
autogas fuel:autogas=yes Ethanol free unleaded gas suitable for cars or planes
Jet A-1 fuel:JetA1=yes Jet A-1 fuel for gas-turbine and diesel powered planes
Coal fuel:coal=yes
Anthracite fuel:anthracite=yes Special form of coal.
Coke fuel:coke=yes Coke from coal
Coal briquette fuel:coal_briquette=yes Pressed or cut coal block
Lignite fuel:lignite=yes Lignite, often referred to as brown coal, is a soft, brown, combustible, sedimentary rock formed from naturally compressed peat.
Bituminous coal fuel:lignite_briquette=yes Briquettes formed from lignite
Wood fuel:firewood=yes Wood as a heat source
Wood pellets fuel:wood_pellets=yes Wood in pellet form
Wood briquette fuel:wood_briquette=* Wood in briquette form
Charcoal fuel:charcoal=yes Charcoal as a heat source
AdBlue/AUS32 fuel:adblue=yes 32.5% aqueous urea solution, widely known as AdBlue® (one of many brands, however used most often when referring to AUS32). Used by modern trucks and some motorcars. pt-BR: ARLA 32. Use this tag for places where e.g. there is a standalone AdBlue pump with a nozzle. These are generally used for HGVs, however can also be used for motorcars. See fuel:adblue:canister=yes for AdBlue sold in canisters.
AdBlue/AUS32 sold in canisters fuel:adblue:canister=yes Use for places where there is no AdBlue pump, but rather AdBlue is sold in canisters/other packaging, requiring manual handling and filling - this might not be suitable/convenient for some vehicles. May be used for refilling both HGVs and motorcars.
Engine oil fuel:engine_oil=yes Any one of various substances used for the lubrication of internal combustion engines
Gear oil fuel:gear_oil=yes Gear oil is a lubricant made specifically for transmissions, transfer cases, and differentials in automobiles, trucks, and other machinery. It is of a high viscosity and usually contains organosulfur compounds.

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