Neste Oil cleans up in biofuels

Carmichael, Helen; O'Driscoll, Cath
May 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;5/15/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on how the Finnish company, Neste Oil, is using advanced technology to produce biofuels from a variety of natural feedstocks using advanced production methodologies. Neste has run a refinery and has a history of pioneering developments towards cleaner traffic fuels. Now work is under way on a new €100m biodiesel facility, due onstream in a year's time, which Neste says will make 'the world's best and purest diesel fuel' from renewable resources. INSET: BIODIESEL AWARD.


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