Production in four countries

Neste is the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel and renewable jet fuel refined from waste and residues, introducing renewable solutions also to the polymers and chemicals industries. We are also a technologically advanced refiner of high-quality oil products, exploring ways to start using waste plastics as a raw material to produce new plastics.

Neste manufactures its high-quality products in Finland, the Netherlands and Singapore

Our renewable solutions are produced at the Porvoo, Rotterdam, and Singapore refineries, while diverse crude oil based products are refined in Naantali and Porvoo. In addition, our plant in Sluiskil, the Netherlands, is specialized in pre-treatment of renewable raw materials for our renewable products refineries. Neste is also a co-owner of a base oil plant in Bahrain. 

Certified operations driving systematic environmental development 

All of Neste's renewable product refineries are International Sustainability & Carbon Certification (ISCC) certified or approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Porvoo, Naantali, Rotterdam and Singapore refineries have the independently audited ISO 14001 environmental certifications. The certification confirms the systematic development and compliance of Neste’s environmental management, processes and practices with international standards.

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Explore more about the Neste refineries

Porvoo and Naantali refineries

In Finland, Neste has a refinery entity comprised of five production lines in Finland - four in Porvoo, one in Naantali.

Rotterdam refinery

Since 2011, Neste has produced its renewable products at the Rotterdam refinery in the Netherlands.

Singapore refinery

Neste’s Singapore refinery, produces exclusively renewable products, started its operations in 2010.

Recent highlights

Climate

Neste increases the use of wind power in production in Finland

Neste aims to reach carbon neutral production by 2035 and is increasing the use of renewable electricity at its production sites in Finland. As the result of the agreements with Ilmatar and Fortum, nearly 30% of the energy used at Neste’s production sites in Porvoo and Naantali will be renewable wind power in 2022.
Climate

Carbon neutral production by 2035

We are committed to combating climate change and reducing the direct climate impact of our own activities. All aspects of greenhouse gas emissions in Neste’s production will be analyzed. The company has already identified more than 50 different measures and actions to decrease GHG emissions in production.
Renewables

Acquisition of Count Terminal Rotterdam strengthens Neste's renewable raw materials supply

Neste has acquired 100% of Count Terminal Rotterdam BV, which stores, refines and blends renewable waste and residue-based raw materials in Rotterdam. Acquisition enables Neste to further develop its raw material logistics.
Renewables

Production capacity expansion in Singapore

Neste is increasing its renewable products production capacity in Singapore. The EUR 1.4 billion investment will increase Neste’s renewable products production capacity by 1.3 million ton/a, bringing the total global renewable product capacity close to 4.5 million ton/a in 2022. The extended refinery is expected to start operations in mid-2022.
Waste plastics

Chemically recycled plastic waste replacing crude oil

Neste is committed to becoming a solution provider for the chemical recycling of plastic waste. We are preparing for our first industrial-scale test run on liquefied plastic waste at our refinery in Finland. We will co-process liquefied post-consumer plastic waste with crude oil to produce commercial volumes of chemicals and fuels as well as raw material for new plastics.
Innovation

NEXBTL technology, result of our innovative R&D efforts

With the NEXBTL™ technology, we make top-quality renewable products out of nearly any waste fat or vegetable oil. Largely due to our technology, we have become the leading producer of renewable diesel in the world, with an annual production capacity of nearly 3 million tons.