Vegas Renewable Diesel must expand its diesel allocation.

We are putting 5 million gallons for sale monthly. 

If you burn these products: On Road #2 or Off Road #2.  Call now while this offer lasts!  (310) 658-1508

  • If you need R-1, R-5 or R-10: call now for top tier product.

  • If you need delivery above ground or under ground: call now for best availability.

  • If you need on-site fueling: we can be there tomorrow.

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#2 Diesel On-Road
#2 Diesel Off Road
RD-1 up to 1%
RD-5 up to 5%
RD-20 up to 20%
*All our products meet and can exceed ASTM D975 specifications.
* We offer blends for ship engines, turbines and all types of diesel engines.

* We deliver to your underground tanks and above ground tanks. We offer onsite fueling. We fuel generator tanks in remote locations.


What is renewable diesel? The short answer is it’s a fuel that is chemically similar to petroleum diesel, but is 100% renewable and sustainable. In other words, it’s the latest, greenest diesel on the market. But to really understand it, it’s helpful to back up and understand the difference between it and its predecessors, petroleum diesel and biodiesel. Here’s a rundown:

- Petroleum Diesel: Conventional (petroleum-based) fossil fuels are made from crude oil — hydrocarbons, organic compounds, and small amounts of metal from millions of years ago. To make fossil-based fuels such as petroleum diesel, crude oil is removed from the ground, pumped into a refinery, and refined through a heat- and pressure-based process called hydrogenation.

- Biodiesel: Unlike petroleum diesel, biodiesel does not rely on fossil fuels. Instead, it is made from vegetable oils and/or animal fats, which are renewable. It is processed differently than petroleum diesel, using a process called transesterification. This process introduces oxygen into the fuel, which can cause issues with freezing temperatures, separation during storage, algae growth, and higher emissions. Biodiesel is generally blended with petroleum diesel at a 5% to 20% ratio.

- ​Renewable “R99” Diesel: The production process of this fuel does not introduce oxygen (similar to petroleum diesel). It can run in diesel engines with no blending, and with even greater emissions reductions than biodiesel.

Renewable Diesel (R99)