Fuel Offerings

In addition to regular and premium unleaded and diesel, Anew Borculo offers regular and premium unleaded, E15, E30 and E85 blends. Fleet drivers can save on fuel purchases with our Anew Fuel card. Click here for an application.


The U.S. EPA has approved the fuel for use in vehicles manufactured in 2001 and later. Click here to learn about E15 cars.


E30 can increase fuel efficiency and dramatically reduce tailpipe emissions.  Click here to learn about E30 cars.


Can be used in flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs). Click here to learn about E85 cars E85 logo


Biofuels are as old as the auto industry itself.

In fact, Henry Ford’s first Model T was designed to run on ethanol, as well as gasoline. As technology has evolved, producing biofuels has become easier and cheaper, and both production and distribution have grown rapidly. The United States Department of Agriculture expects ethanol and biofuel production in the U.S. to grow by about 40 percent over the next decade.

There are several reasons biofuels are gaining popularity as viable replacements to petroleum-based fuels, including:

  • Ethanol removes moisture that gasoline leaves behind in your fuel system. Continuous use will keep your engine and fuel system clean!
  • Adding just 10 percent ethanol to your gasoline can reduce emissions by up to 50 percent. Be sure to use ethanol to lessen your impact on the environment.**
  • With its high octane rating, ethanol is the highest performance fuel on the market and keeps today’s high-compression engines running smoothly.*
  • Ethanol-blended fuel keeps your fuel system clean for optimal performance because it does not leave gummy deposits.*
  • Ethanol helps prevent wintertime problems by acting as a gas-line antifreeze.*
  • Ethanol-blended fuels are approved under the warranties of all auto manufacturers marketing vehicles in the U.S.*
  • All mainstream manufacturers of power equipment, motorcycles, snowmobiles and outboard motors permit the use of E10 in their products.*
  • As bio-refineries become more efficient, the cost to produce ethanol continues to decrease. However, the cost of producing gasoline continues to increase as oil becomes harder to find.

*Source: RFA 2013
**Source: CFDC 2010 Ethanol Facts

Ethanol Facts
Biodiesel Facts