Neste in Singapore and Asia Pacific

Singapore is the hub of Neste’s renewable production and commercial activities in Asia Pacific region. Since 2020, Neste has been introducing its renewable and circular solutions to the Asia Pacific region via partnerships. Neste's renewable and circular solutions are produced by renewable raw materials, the majority are wastes and residues such as used cooking oil and waste animal fat. 

The raw materials sourcing in Asia Pacific support our global production platform and in particular the Singapore refinery, which produces exclusively renewable products since 2010. Neste Singapore Refinery has a production capacity of 1.3 million tons. 

Currently, Neste is expanding its production capacity in Singapore via its Singapore Expansion Project to bring additional capacity up to 1.3 million tons per annum by 2023. 

 

Neste hires over 400 employees in Singapore and Asia Pacific. Besides Singapore, Neste also has offices in Shanghai, China and Melbourne, Australia mainly for feedstock supply and feedstock growth. 

We helped to reduce global car emissions by 10m metric tons

In 2020, Neste's renewable products helped our customers to make a staggering reduction in global climate emissions.

We use up to 92% waste materials in our renewable fuels

Neste is the world's largest producer for renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels. We turn various types of globally sourced wastes and residues such as waste animal fat, residues from vegetable oil, used cooking oil, into high quality renewable products.

We produce the world's cleanest diesel

Our Singapore refiner produces up to 90% lower GHG emissions compared to conventional diesel over its life cycle.

We invest 1.65 billion euros to expand the capacity of our refinery in Singapore

At the end of 2023, once the expanded refinery starts to operate, we will have up to one million tons of production capacity in sustainable aviation fuel.

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