Superplus Gasohol

The mixture that contains 92.2% by volume of gasoline (of 84, 90, 95 or 97 octane) and 7.8% by volume of carbureting alcohol.

Through Supreme Decree No. 014-2022-EM, the mandatory use and commercialization at the national level of Regular and Premium Gasoline and Gasohols for automotive use was established as of January 1, 2023.

Superplus Premium Gasohol

Superplus Regular Gasohol

For more information, regarding the new national regulations in force, review Frequently Asked Questions.

Superplus Gasohol 97

Superplus Gasohol 95

Superplus Gasohol 90

Superplus Gasohol 84 

  • Our Gasoholes 84/90 Super Plus have a very low sulfur content, well below the maximum level of the current valid specification. In addition, our Gasoholes 95 and 97 Super Plus have a sulfur content well below 50 ppm, the level of sulfur required by Euro IV engines
  • All our Super Plus Gasoholes contain high doses of latest generation multifunctional additives, which meets the requirements of the world's leading engine manufacturers.
  • Our Super Plus Gasoholes have concentrated doses of detergent additives, which allows to control the formation of deposits in the internal parts of the engine, guaranteeing an optimal operation of injectors and an efficient atomization of the fuel, which allows to take better advantage of the combustion energy, which it is reflected in a better economy for the consumer.
  • Our Super Plus Gasoholes have high doses of corrosion inhibiting additives, which take care of the internal parts of the engine reducing maintenance costs.
  • Our Super Plus Gasoholes, have good stability during storage that prevents the formation of gums, thus favoring a longer filter life.
Carbureting Alcohol

Is the denaturalized ethanol anhydrous (does notcontain any water). It’s obtained  from the mixture of anhydrous ethanol with the denaturalizing substance in a proportion of 2% to 3% by volume.


The ethylic alcohol with chemical formula CH3-CH2-OH. It’s characterized by being a liquid, colorless, volatile, flammable and water-soluble liquid. For the purposes of the Biofuels Guideline, it’s the ethylic alcohol obtained from sugar cane, sorghum, corn, yucca, potato, rice and other agricultural crops.

Anhydrous Alcohol

Type of ethylic alcohol characterized for having a maximum of 0.5% humidity and for being compatible with gasolines, with which it can be mixed to produce oxygenated fuel for engine use.

Denaturalizing Substance

Can be a natural gasoline, gasoline component, gasoline or other substances added to anhydrous ethanol in a concentration between 2% and 3% by volume to turn it to non-potable. This prevents it from being destined to the oxygenating component of fuels for engine use.