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Neste signs MOU with Port Authority of New York & New Jersey to facilitate the use of drop-in fuels

Published:
June 13, 2019
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The MOU will be a joint sustainable fuel initiative focusing on promoting the use of Neste's renewable fuel products in the  Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ)'s vehicle fleet and on-site equipment. As the global leader in renewable diesel production, Neste continues to actively spread the use of its fuels for heavy-duty vehicles, industrial sites, and even the Super Bowl. This MOU is similar to its past and active agreements, but the use of propane is new, as the production unit for renewable propane was added a little over a year ago at its Port of Rotterdam facility. While MY Renewable Diesel will continue to be Neste's primary product, the company is aggressively diversifying its offerings in both fuels and chemicals.

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