Shell has launched its best-ever performance fuelsA in Thailand. The new and improved Shell V-PowerB gasohol 95 and diesel clean 100% of performance-robbing depositsA. Tests have also shown that continued use of Shell V-Power prevents the future build-up of these deposits on vital engine partsA

By using the new and improved Shell V-Power fuelB customers can remove deposits from key fuel system components. Performance robbing deposits can occur in all engine technologies and can impact the efficiency and performance of the vehicle, particularly in modern engine technologies where higher pressures and operating temperatures can lead to deposits forming in critical engine parts, such as fuel injectors. Removing these deposits can restore up to 100% of engine performanceA.

Mr. Ruengsak Sritanawiboonchai, Executive Director of Mobility Business, Shell Thailand said: Shell V-Power fuels were first introduced over 20 years ago globally. While electric vehicle charging and alternative fuels now make up a rapidly growing part of our business, gasoline and diesel vehicles will still be driven for years to come. Our new Shell V-Power fuels allow both olderC and new internal combustion engine vehicles to perform better than any fuel we’ve previously developed.”

Extensive testing has shown that consistent use of the new and improved Shell V-Power fuelsB can improve engine performance and fuel economy. Shell has also ensured that all of the new chemistries in these new formulations are designed to work effectively with fuels with higher levels of biocontent.1

Shell V-Power is the only performance fuel trusted and recommended by some of the world’s automotive leaders, including Scuderia Ferrari, BMW M series and Ducati. The new and improved Shell V-Power Gasohol 95 is currently available at Shell stations nationwide. While new and Improved Shell V-Power Diesel will be accessible by March 1, 2023. Shell Thailand also collaborates with leading Thai music artists Khun Thanachaj Ujjin (Pod) and Khun Marie Eugenie Le Lay (Zom), to create a special song dedicated to the campaign entitled ‘Term (Rak) Hai Tem 100’. A series of activities, promotions, and related campaigns will be rolled out throughout the year. For more information about the new and improved Shell V-Power, please visit

For media enquiries, please contact:

Sudarat Peetakanont
Corporate Relations Manager
The Shell Company of Thailand Limited
P: +66 2 262 7839

Kaewta Ketbungkan
H+K Strategies Thailand
P: +66 2627 3501 ext.107


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Removes and protects from the build-up of performance-robbing deposits on key fuel system components such as intake valves and fuel injectors. Cleanliness and engine performance recovery demonstrated using industry standard and Shell proprietary tests. Actual effects and benefits may vary according to vehicle type, vehicle age, vehicle condition and driving style. No guarantees provided. See for more information.
Compared to the previous generation Shell V-Power.
Formulated for use in petrol/gasoline port-fuelled injection (PFI) and direct injection (DI) vehicles


Biofuels are currently being blended into Retail fuels at different volumes, according to the availability of feedstocks and suitability of vehicle operating conditions in markets and local mandates.

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