Kerosene, sometimes spelled kerosine, is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid. It was originally used in lamps but is now more widely used to power engines and for heating. There is essentially no difference between dyed kerosene and kerosene. Dyed fuels are dyed to indicate that they are not taxed and therefore cannot be used instead of the taxed versions of the fuel.
Inland Fuel can supply dyed kerosene and kerosene to its New England based customers at its Bridgeport, CT and Tiverton, RI terminals.