Global oil giant bp’s Aral has piloted two new fuels that reduce CO2 emissions by at least 25% compared to pure fossil fuels Aral Futura Super 95 and Aral Futura Diesel. Both fuels contain at least 30% of high-quality renewable components, including a significant share of advanced renewable components. Both Futura fuels are publicly available for customers at one Aral station in Berlin and one in DüsseldorfAral Futura fuels demonstrate that a CO2 reduction of at least 25% compared to pure fossil fuels is technically possible by blending in renewable components and still meets the current standards DIN EN 590 (diesel) and DIN EN 228 (petrol). Existing vehicles can make its contribution to achieving the climate targets. Aral Futura fuels offer customers driving a vehicle with an internal combustion engine (conventional or hybrid) an option beyond current E10 petrol or B7 diesel fuel to play a part in contributing to the energy transition today – without any modification to their vehicle, provided it can run on E10 or B7 fuel.Aral Futura fuels also contain the proven Aral Anti-Schmutz-Formel, the engine cleaning effect of which is certified by TÜV-Rheinland. It cleans away existing dirt from critical engine parts and protects against its build-up, contributing to the care of the engine.