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Neste partners with Coleman Oil Company

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Neste has partnered with Coleman Oil Company, a provider of fuels, biofuels, lubricants, and related products, to enable cities and businesses to have easier access to Neste MY Renewable Diesel™ in the state of Washington in the US.

This partnership expands the availability of Neste MY Renewable Diesel to key locations in Coleman Oil’s network of commercial fuelling stations and other distribution channels, such as bulk fuel delivery and retail stations across Washington and offers this lower-emission fuel to the state’s construction, agriculture, heavy duty trucking industries, and municipalities. The partnership is expected to help the state reduce reliance on fossil diesel and make the transportation sector more sustainable.

“Washington State has demonstrated its commitment to sustainability by becoming the latest state to implement a clean fuel standard. Today, Neste is supporting the state’s goal of reducing emissions from the transportation sector by providing renewable diesel to the companies and cities in Washington,” said Carrie Song, Vice President, Renewable Road Transportation, Americas at Neste. “We are excited to partner with Coleman Oil; their massive distribution network is crucial for us in making renewable diesel available across the state.”

“We are extremely excited to partner with Neste. Neste MY Renewable Diesel is a best-in-class product that will be at the centre of our renewables strategy,” said Ian Coleman, President of Coleman Oil Company.

Made from sustainably sourced, 100% renewable raw materials, Neste MY Renewable Diesel can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 75%* over the fuel’s life cycle compared with fossil diesel. In addition to reducing GHG emissions, renewable diesel delivers strong performance. Because it does not contain sulfur, oxygen or aromatic compounds, it combusts cleaner. Additionally, it performs well in extreme cold conditions (down to -20°C) and can be stored over long periods of time without deterioration, making it an ideal choice for businesses that operate in Washington, where the average daytime temperatures can range from the upper 3°C - 17°C in winter.

*The GHG emission reduction percentage varies depending on the region-specific legislation that provides the methodology for the calculations (e.g. US California LCFS for the US), and the raw material mix used to manufacture the product for each market.

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