Shell has conducted many field trials on Shell GTL Fuel in major cities around the world over the past decade, covering more than 1 million kilometres.
EN15940 paraffinic fuel specification (Class A).
Shell GTL Fuel meets and often exceeds all parameters in the European paraffinic fuel standard EN15940. More details on this specification can be found in the Shell 2016 announcement.
Paper outlining the low toxicity of GTL Products.
Years of research have found that GTL products exert minimal health effects. Read the official Toxicological and ecotoxicological properties of gas-to-liquid (GTL) products paper here.
European Chemical Agency’s classification of Fischer-Tropsch fuels
The ECHA have conducted multiple tests on the properties of fuels produced by the Fischer-Tropsch process (like Shell GTL Fuel). More details of the ECHA report can be found here.
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