The Asian Clean Fuels Association (ACFA) was established in August 2000 as a non-profit organisation with its office in Singapore. Its role is to promote and advance the use of clean fuels in Asia that benefit the environment and meeting the needs of modern automotive vehicle technology.

ACFA is currently a 'non-profit association' and some of its members are amongst the largest organisations in the world that are involved in the clean fuels business. We are fast gaining stature and reputation in our quest to promote the use of clean fuels. We are also an integral part of a network of similar organisations around the world whose interest and ambition are largely convergent with ours. Most of these organisations deal with cleaner burning automotive fuels and collectively represent a seamless entity to develop and promote the use of such products internationally. Most Asian countries like the rest in the world are grappling with the problem of deteriorating air quality and many countries have taken concrete steps to address the matter and to develop options to solve it. The use of cleaner burning fuels is considered the most logical approach as it is cost-effective with immediate benefits and obviating the need to introduce expensive technology.