About Us

Who We Are

Global Fuels LLC is a biodiesel producer in Southeast Missouri that focuses on producing the highest quality fuel for both heavy duty trucks and farm equipment. We produce a consistent high grade biofuel from multiple feedstocks that are sourced from recycled and underutilized sources.

The EPA driven mandate is driving an ever increasing demand for biodiesel in the United States. Global Fuels is playing a part in meeting that mandate while providing fuel that is used daily by so many sources in the region. We also provide assurance of the quality of our fuel to our customers in the form of our Quality Assurance Program that will ease so much of the uncertainty that has beleaguered the biodiesel industry in recent years.

What We Produce and Sell

Global Fuels produces and sells ASTM D6751 quality Biodiesel. Biodiesel is a fuel that can partially or completely replace diesel fuel.

Biodiesel reduces pollutants such as:

  • Ozone – 50 percent less than diesel fuel.
  • Sulfur, sulfur oxides and sulfate emissions – essentially eliminated.
  • Carbon monoxide – 48 percent lower.
  • Particulate Matter – 47 percent lower.
  • Hydrocarbons – 67 percent lower for biodiesel than diesel fuel.
  • Nitrogen Oxide emissions are 10 percent higher.
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons – cancer-causing compounds – down 75-85 percent, excepting a 50 percent cut in benzoanthracene. 2-nitrofluorene and 1-nitropyrene, down 90 percent

The reduction in atmospheric pollutants qualifies biodiesel to be a “Green Fuel”, while maintaining a viable fuel source.

We also offer application and technical support for the different uses of biodiesel. If a customer is in need of a new application or product utilizing Methyl Esters, we are able to research how our biodiesel would best suit their needs.

Who We Sell To

We strive to meet the needs of the transportation oriented fuel distributors in the St. Louis and Memphis areas and local fuel distributors, whom are mostly agricultural based, and mining operations in the St. Genevieve area. Each of these groups has different end uses but similar needs; an economical, environmentally friendly, domestically produced fuel.

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