“In testing, engines with the treated diesel fuel had 20 to 30 percent fewer nitrogen oxide emissions and used $500 less fuel per day than engines with untreated diesel.” (Reference page 25 of the report, center column, third paragraph.)Click on the link above to download.
A Pennsylvania landfill experienced a 22.4% reduction in fuel usage on one of their machines with a three-year average fuel reduction of 12-13% for all equipment.
One of the largest construction companies in the US saves 19.5% in fuel costs.
A coal mining operation in West Virginia saves 17%+ in fuel costs.
A fracking company saves fuel: 11% to 17% on different frack pumps, 17% to 20% on multiple heavy trucks, and 16% to 17% on rigs.
Note: Fuel savings will vary based on equipment type, engine workload, and other variables.