ESL Delivery first to make the most of Neste’s co-processed marine gas for GHG emissions


Finnish delivery firm ESL Delivery will turn into the world’s first delivery firm to start out using new low-emission Neste Marine 0.1 co-processed marine gas (earlier put up) in its vessels in Finland and Sweden. The ISCC PLUS licensed marine gas allows as much as 80% decreased greenhouse fuel emissions over the life cycle in comparison with fossil fuels with out compromising the product high quality and efficiency.


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ESL Delivery is the main service of dry bulk cargoes within the Nordic and Baltic areas.

The co-processed marine gas is one thing we’ve got been ready for a very long time. ESL Delivery is dedicated to main the best way in decreasing greenhouse fuel emissions of the maritime trade, and we at the moment are lucky to have the ability to use this low-emission different with out having to do any fleet modifications. We imagine that is the best factor to do, and I’m satisfied we within the Nordics are well-positioned to point out the best way for the worldwide maritime trade.

—Mikki Koskinen, Managing Director of ESL Delivery

Neste Marine 0.1 Co-processed marine gas is presently within the piloting part and it’s produced at Neste’s refinery in Porvoo, Finland, the place a part of the fossil uncooked supplies have been changed with renewable uncooked supplies within the typical refining course of. The drop-in gas might be taken in use with none fleet modifications because it has an analogous composition to traditional bunker fuels.

The co-processed marine gas is ISO8217-compliant with constant refined high quality. The sustainability traits of the co-processed marine gas are licensed with Worldwide Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC PLUS) with a mass stability strategy.


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