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Excellium Diesel

Excellium Diesel is a superior quality diesel fuel, enriched with additives specifically developed by TotalEnergies to provide additional performance. Excellium Diesel offers many benefits compared to a fuel without specific additives. It reduces fuel consumption by cleaning the engine and protecting it over the long term, making it more efficient, more economical and less emissive.


The TotalEnergies Ecosolutions advantage

Thanks to its improved properties, Excellium Diesel delivers the following benefits as compared to a fuel that does not contain the specific additives:

  • Performance of the engine maintained over time,
  • A reduction in energy consumption of 3.6%* in average for light vehicles,
  • A reduction of CO2 emissions.

*Compared to a non-specific additive fuel. Results obtained from open road RDE (Real Driving Emissions) tests conducted by the independent APL laboratory (Germany) in 2021 on a Volkswagen T-Roc Euro 6 vehicle. The reference fuel consumption of the vehicle was determined in a first series of RDE tests with standard diesel fuel (not specifically additivated). The vehicle was then driven 500 km with Excellium Diesel before its consumption was characterized again during a second series of RDE tests. The results may vary depending on the type of vehicle.

The Environmental Performance

Tests carried out on open road with a Volkswagen Euro 6 (identified as the standard reference for the light vehicle market) for 500 km have shown:

  • 3.6 % reduction in energy consumption
  • 3.6 % reduction in greenhouse gas emissions


Picto Check VA External verification

Independent auditor EY has verified that this product was labeled according to the method described in the TotalEnergies Ecosolutions Guidelines and that the guidelines comply with the principles set out in the ISO 14020 and 14021 standards which govern environmental claims and particularly their accuracy.

Additional information

  • Label award date: December 2014 - Guidelines version 4
  • Label renewable date: December 2022 - Guidelines version 8
  • Label term: December 2026
  • Geographical scope: France, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom