1 Currently available in the greater Vancouver area, interior British Columbia, Ottawa and the greater Toronto area. Contact your sales representative prior to use to discuss best use and maintenance practices in your area.
2 Petro-Canada EcoDiesel may contain up to 1% of conventional diesel.
3 Lifecycle greenhouse gas emission reductions are compared to fossil diesel with the BC LCFS default value for carbon intensity. The carbon intensity for the Petro-Canada EcoDiesel is based on a fluctuating feedstock blend of renewable materials and calculated with GHGenius. Please consult your sales representative to review the needs of your organization and discuss GHG emissions reduction implications.
4 Seasonal change-out is required. Please consult your Petro-Canada sales representative to discuss the use and maintenance practices for your region.
5 Conventional diesel typically has a minimum cetane of 40, whereas Petro-Canada EcoDiesel has a minimum cetane of 70.
6 The greenhouse gas emission reduction is calculated based on the average tonnes of CO₂ released per litre of Petro-Canada EcoDiesel versus conventional diesel using British Columbia’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (BC LCFS) approved data.
7 According to Natural Resources Canada, a gasoline-powered vehicle produces 3.26 metric tonnes of CO₂E per vehicle per year. For example, the use of one million litres of Petro‑Canada EcoDiesel reduces emissions of CO₂ by about the same amount as 899 gasoline-powered vehicles. Note: According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “Passenger vehicles are defined as 2-axle 4-tire vehicles, including passenger cars, vans, pickup trucks, and sport/utility vehicles."
8 According to Natural Resources Canada, the amount of energy consumed by households/homes is a mix of electricity, natural gas, propane and fuel oil which calculates, based on statistics, to 4.27 metric tonnes of CO₂E/home/year. For example, the use of one million litres of Petro‑Canada EcoDiesel reduces emissions of CO₂ by about the same amount as the energy consumed by 686 households/homes.
9 According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a mix of medium-growth coniferous and deciduous trees, planted in an urban setting and allowed to grow for 10 years, sequesters approximately 0.060 metric tonnes of CO₂E/tree. For example, the use of one million litres of Petro-Canada EcoDiesel reduces emissions of CO₂ by about the same amount of carbon sequestered by 48,831 trees over 10 years.
10 We procure different temperature specifications to accommodate different seasons. Please consult with your Petro-Canada account manager to determine when the fuel is suitable for use within your geography. The above information is provided without warranty or representation of any kind. All product provided is warranted only to meet specifications in sales documentation provided by Petro-Canada, which includes meeting national fuel specifications and regulatory specifications. All other warranties are expressly disclaimed, including, without limitation, fitness for any particular purpose.
11 Contact your sales representative prior to use to discuss best use and maintenance practices in your area.
12 Petro-Canada EcoDiesel meets the industry standard specifications for diesel fuel including the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D975 and Canadian General Standards Board (CAN/CGSB) 3.517.
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