Fleets must find ways of reducing their carbon emissions starting today. From adopting alternative fuels through to using data to ensure that your vehicles are driven in the most efficient and economic ways, we can help you to reduce your fleet emissions.

Products that work for your fleet today and tomorrow

We are continuing to invest in expanding our products and services with digital fleet management solutions, like Shell Telematics and fuels and lubricants that work in existing and new vehicle technologies, from petrol and diesel to alternative low-carbon fuels like LNG.

When it comes to present-day alternatives to conventional diesel, fuels based on cleaner-burning natural gas and biofuels that are blended with conventional gasoline and diesel, are cost-effective solutions for reducing emissions.

Innovative Fuels & Lubricants


Our latest generation of world-class fuels and low-viscosity lubricants are designed to drive engine efficiency which delivers less consumption, lower costs and reduced emissions.

  • Shell FuelSave Diesel

    Shell FuelSave Diesel and Shell Diesel Extra

    Shell FuelSave Diesel and Shell Diesel Extra with DYNAFLEX Technology1 deliver clean-up action designed to help remove carbon deposits from the injectors and prevent further build-up, which can enable fuel economy up to 3%2 and help lower operating costs.2 By helping to clean up the injectors from carbon deposits and, in turn, promote more efficient combustion, Shell FuelSave Diesel and Shell Diesel Extra can help lower CO2 emissions and black smoke.3

  • Shell Rimula R6 LME

    Shell Rimula R6 LME

    Shell Rimula R6 LME is fully synthetic engine oil for heavy-duty diesel vehicles, which can help save up to 2% on fuel consumption4. Shell Rimula R6 products, across markets in Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific are now carbon neutral5, meaning that Shell’s global portfolio of nature-based carbon credits will compensate CO2e emissions from the lifecycle of these products, including the raw materials, packaging, production, distribution, customer use and product end of life.

  • AdBlue


    AdBlue® reduces the harmful nitrogen oxides (NOx) in diesel vehicle exhaust emissions by up to 90%6, by converting them into nitrogen and water vapour. This indirectly increases fuel economy as the engine can run at more optimised conditions.

  • Shell V-Power

    Shell V-Power

    Shell V-Power gasoline and diesel fuels with DYNAFLEX Technology are designed to help restore your engine’s cleanliness.1 Thanks to boosted cleaning technology, they help to clean and protect, giving you our best cleaning power for your engine7 By helping remove built-up deposits that have already formed on the fuel injector nozzles, it helps to restore your engine’s cleanliness.8

  • Helix

    Shell Helix

    Shell Helix fully synthetic oils are manufactured from 100% synthetic base stock and high-quality additives to provide superior cleansing and protection for today’s hard-working engines. Shell Helix Ultra with PurePlus Technology has low-viscosity, low-friction formulations, which can result in up to 3% greater fuel economy9. Giving you more money and more miles to drive on and on and on with. Shell Helix 0W oils across markets in Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific are now carbon neutral10, meaning that Shell’s global portfolio of nature-based carbon credits will compensate CO2e emissions from the lifecycle of these products.

1 DYNAFLEX Technology or DYNAFLEX formulation are our names for our latest generation of advanced formulations for gasoline and diesel fuels.

2 Compared to regular diesel without fuel economy formula. Actual savings may vary according to vehicle, driving conditions and driving style. Internal Shell tests and with our customers have shown a range of fuel savings depending on age of vehicle and type of operations.

3 In heavy-duty engines up to and including Euro III.

4 Based on a field trial carried out over a 100,000 km oil-drain interval and compared with a typical 10W-40 oil.

5 “Carbon neutral” indicates that Shell has engaged in a transaction where an amount of CO₂ equivalent to the CO₂e amount associated with the raw material extraction, transport, production, distribution, usage, and end-of-life of the Shell Rimula lubricant has been avoided through the protection of natural ecosystems or removed as emissions from the atmosphere through a nature-based process. CO₂e (CO₂ equivalent) refers to CO₂, CH₄, N₂O.

6 https://www.findadblue.com/shell/

7 Boosted compared to Shell’s regular fuel. Designed to help clean and protect key fuel system components such as intake valves and/or fuel injectors from the build-up of performance robbing deposits. Actual effects and benefits may vary according to vehicle type, vehicle condition and driving style. No guarantees provided.

8 Helps to restore engine condition by helping to remove performance robbing deposits from key fuel system components such as intake valves and/or fuel injectors. Actual benefits may vary. No guarantees provided.

9 Based on ACEA M 111 fuel economy results compared with the industry reference oil

10 The term “Carbon Neutral”, indicates that Shell has engaged in a transaction where an amount of carbon dioxide equivalent associated with the acquisition and pre-processing of raw materials, lubricants production, packaging, distribution, and the subsequent use and end of life treatment of the used materials in relation to the Shell Lubricants products, has been removed from the atmosphere through a nature based process, or emissions saved through avoided degradation of natural ecosystems.

Alternative Fuels


  • Liquefied Natural Gas

    Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and BioLNG

    In the short and medium term, LNG and bioLNG are a practical, economical and emission-reducing option for large trucks and heavy transport. LNG can help reduce well-to-wheel greenhouse gas emissions from heavy-duty engines by up to 22% compared to conventional diesel.1 BioLNG, a practically carbon neutral 100% biofuel produced from organic and agricultural waste, can reduce lifecycle emissions by as much as 80-95%* compared to conventional fuels, depending on the fuel source and production pathway. Shell has been a pioneer for more than 50 years.

    • Our LNG supplies come from 17 countries and are delivered to customers across 25 countries
    • We have been developing a safe, reliable and growing supply chain – including our retail network and other companies within the bioLNG EuroNet Consortium.
    • We are also working with OEMs to further develop LNG as a fuel for heavy-duty truck operators
  • Gas-to-liquids (GTL)

    Gas-to-liquids (GTL)

    GTL fuel is a cleaner, safer alternative to diesel that works without the need for engine modifications. As a fuel that burns more cleanly than conventional crude oil-based diesel, it can help your fleet comply with environmental regulations, and contribute to improved air quality in the areas you operate.

    • Shell began developing GTL technology in the 1970s
    • We opened the first commercial GTL plant in Bintulu, Malaysia in 1993 and the world’s largest plant, Pearl GTL, in 2011
    • GTL can help to reduce Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions by 5-37%2
    • GTL can help to reduce particulate matter by 10-38%2
    • It is already being used in public buses, city utility vehicles and heavy-duty trucks in Europe
    • Contains none of the impurities – Sulphur, aromatics and nitrogen – that are in crude oil
  • Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

    Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

    CNG (methane stored at high pressure) is a fuel which can be used in place of gasoline and diesel fuel. CNG is used in traditional gasoline/ internal combustion engine vehicles that have been modified or in vehicles which were manufactured for CNG use, either alone (‘dedicated’), with a segregated gasoline system to extend range (dual fuel) or in conjunction with another fuel such as diesel (bi-fuel).

  • Biofuels


    Biofuels are a renewable energy source, and valuable part of the energy mix for fleets. Biofuels are made from organic matter or waste and can be blended into petrol and diesel. Shell is one of the world’s largest blenders and distributors of biofuels, providing 9.5 billion litres in 2016 using sustainable raw materials. Biofuels are a cost-effective way to reduce make today’s vehicles operate with fewer emissions, and currently make up 3% of the global demand for road transport fuel.

NGVA Europe (2017) “Greenhouse Gas Intensity from Natural Gas in Transport”; note: “Well-to-wheel” greenhouse gas emission reductions are based on current ISO 9001 standards for analysis and EPA & GREET emissions values. “Greenhouse gas emissions” includes CO₂, methane and N₂O

2More information on GTL technical specifications

Efficient Driving

In addition to choosing the right fuels and lubricants for your vehicles, having a complete understanding of your fleet’s performance, supported by digital fleet management tools like Shell Telematics can help to reduce your fleet emissions


Shell Telematics can equip you with instant insights into your fleet’s fuel economy, idle time and route optimisation, to drive more efficient operations.

Find out more about Telematics