Dexterous DMCC is a global energy company focused on geological sourcing through our reliable partners who are into, production, transportation, storage, processing and sales of fuel.

Dexterous DMCC’s strategic goal was to establish itself as a leader among global energy companies by diversifying sales markets, ensuring reliable supplies, improving operating efficiency and fulfilling its scientific and technical potential abilities within the proximal of sustainable pro-environment-friendly initiatives. We have been able to do this by our writ to building sustainable relationships built on trust.
We are in partnership with some of the largest producers and exporters of jet fuel, D1, D2 and other fuel abstracts including natural gas. Offering high-quality aviation fuels and flawless service, as well as developing and implementing cutting-edge technologies in aviation refueling.
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Dexterous DMCC is joint in the coalition to help air carriers realize their plans, all over the world, meaning they can look forward to the future, with confidence. As a leading fuel procurement specialist with partnerships around the globe. Whether you are looking for jet fuels, diesel or gasoline we can help. Enquire with us today by sending an email to set up a time and date to speak about your needs.

D1 and D2

Regular diesel fuel comes in two grades: Diesel 1-D) and Diesel or 2-D). The higher the cetane number, the more volatile the fuel. Most diesel vehicles use fuel with a rating of 40 to 55. You won’t have to worry about which type to use because all diesel automakers specify Diesel #2 for normal driving conditions. Truckers use Diesel #2 to carry heavy loads for long distances at maintained speeds because it’s less volatile than Diesel #1 and provides greater fuel economy.
Diesel fuel also is measured by its viscidity. Like any oil, diesel fuel gets thicker and cloudier at lower temperatures. Under extreme conditions, it can become a gel and refuse to flow at all. Diesel #1 flows more easily than Diesel #2, so it’s more efficient at lower temperatures.


D6 is a class of residual fuel, largely used in power plants and larger ships. The fuel is required to be preheated before it can be used. It is not reasonable to use it in smaller engines or vessels/vehicles where it is not possible to pre-heat it. D6 is its name in the USA. In other parts of the world, it has other names.
Number 6 fuel oil is a high-viscosity residual oil requiring preheating to 220 – 260 °F (104 – 127 °C).
Residual means the material remaining after the more valuable cuts of crude oil have boiled off. The residue may contain various undesirable impurities including 2 per cent water and one-half per cent mineral soil. D6 fuel is also known as residual fuel oil (RFO), by the Navy specification of Bunker C, or by the Pacific Specification of PS-400

D6 fuel is used mostly for generators.

The price of D6 diesel traditionally rises during colder months as demand for heating oil rises, which is refined in much the same way.
Because of recent changes in D6 fuel quality regulations, additional refining is required to remove Sulphur, which contributes to a sometimes-higher cost.
In many parts of the United States and throughout the United Kingdom and Australia, D6 diesel may be priced higher than petrol.
Reasons for higher-priced D6 diesel include the shutdown of some refineries in the Gulf of Mexico during hurricanes, diversion of mass refining capacity to gasoline production, and a recent transfer to ultra-low Sulphur diesel (ULSD), which causes infrastructural complications.

Jet Fuel

Jet fuel is the sunshade name used for liquid fuel types of several specs that are commonly used for in aviation. They are primarily intended for the gas turbine engines of airliners, jets or helicopters, but specially adapted diesel engines for small aircraft have also used this type of fuel since the early 2000s.
Aviation fuels are fuels used for aircraft propulsion. A basic distinction is made between four diverse aviation fuels:
· Jet fuel (Jet A-1, kerosene)
· Kerosene-gasoline mixture (Jet B)
· Aviation gasoline (avgas)
· Biokerosene
Other Types of Aviation Fuel
We have presented the main four aviation fuels used for Commercial planes fuel, Military Airplane fuel, Private jet fuel, and in general aviation. But there are some other types of aviation fueling too. These aviation fuels are used in special conditions or circumstances like extreme weather.


In Russia and other CIS nations, the primary Jet Fuel is TS-1. This Jet fuel is kerosene type. Its freeze point is -50°C, which is lower than even Jet A1. But it is essential for flying in colder weather.


Considered as the military substitute of Jet A-1, JP-8 includes anti-icing additives, onward with a corrosion inhibitor. This Jet fuel is used ordinarily by NATO air forces.


This kerosene-based fuel is used commonly by military aircraft.
Dexterous DMCC’s network of major and local fuel suppliers, ensure that we are well-equipped to refuel your aircraft at every commercial, private, or military airport around the world.