Future Fuels: Neste, Nordic Marine Oil group to launching “Co-processed marine fuel”

Photo courtesy Neste Marine

Photo politeness Neste Marine

Neste as well as Nordic Marine Oil have actually partnered to pilot a brand-new Neste Marine 0.1 Co- refined aquatic gas in Scandinavia– a remedy both cases will certainly aid the maritime market minimize greenhouse gas (GHG) discharges: made to reduce up to 80% GHG exhaust decrease over the lifecycle contrasted to nonrenewable fuel sources.

“At Neste, we are dedicated to helping our customers and the entire value chain to reduce their GHG emissions. In 2021, our renewable products helped customers to reduce 10.9 million tons of their GHG emissions. Maritime is one of the largest sources of transport emissions. We support shipping companies moving towards carbon neutrality and are introducing the Neste Marine 0.1 Co-processed marine fuel with an immediate emission reduction impact,” claimed Sveta Ukkonen, Head of Marine Fuels & & Services at Neste.

Nordic Marine Oil concentrates on the supply of shelter gas as well as lubricating oil to the delivery market. Its tank as well as shelter barges lie in essential ports throughout Denmark, where likewise the brand-new aquatic gas will certainly be readily available since May 2022.

“With extreme enthusiasm, we give our full focus on creating awareness for this low-emission marine fuel,” said Steen Møller, CEO of Nordic Marine Oil. “Nordic Marine Oil has started to build its sustainability offering, and the co-processed marine fuel is our first step enabling the shipping industry to reduce its GHG emissions. For cargo owners and charterers, the product is an effortless and cost-efficient opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions in transportation and reach their own climate targets. The emission reduction is immediate and the solution is easy to implement as the shipowners are not forced to make any investments or changes to the vessel engines.”

Neste Marine 0.1 Co- refined aquatic gas is created at Neste’s refinery in Porvoo, Finland, where eco-friendly resources are co-processed with fossil resources in the standard refining procedure. The drop-in gas can be absorbed usage with no fleet alterations as it has a comparable make-up to standard shelter gas. The co-processed aquatic gas is ISO 8217 certified with constant polished high quality. The sustainability attributes of the co-processed aquatic gas are licensed with International Sustainability as well as Carbon Certification (ISCC AND ALSO) with a mass equilibrium strategy.

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