Fuel Oils

Light fuel oil - clean and convenient quality

For industrial use - Light fuel oil for industrial heating and other applications.

For agriculture - Fuel for off-road vehicles.

For bunkering - Sulfur-free bunker fuel.

We offer our customers high-quality sulfur-free light fuel oils developed to offer clean and reliable performance in the most demanding conditions.

Light fuel oil is a convenient heating fuel used to heat homes as well as industrial buildings. We also supply light fuel oil for off-road vehicles, e.g. harvesters and other farm equipment, as well as vehicles used in mines and other industries. It also makes an ideal reserve and emergency fuel for industrial plants and power stations using other forms of energy. Light fuel oil is also used for bunkering ships.

Benefits

  •     Convenient and clean – sulfur-free
  •     Excellent cold-weather performance – developed for demanding arctic conditions

Heavy fuel oil - energy for industrial heating and heating plants

Neste Heavy Fuel Oil LS grades are developed to meet the needs of industrial heating and heating plants, and are also suitable for heating greenhouses.

Our high-quality heavy fuel oil products are available in different grades based on customer needs. The basic selection consists of products with various viscosity alternatives, for example Neste Heavy Fuel Oil LS 100, 180 and 420, from which  you can easily choose the most suitable and cost-effective product for your needs.

Clean performance

All Neste Heavy Fuel Oil grades are low-sulfur (1%) products developed for the demanding climatic conditions found in Finland. With the upcoming EU directive requiring the use of low-sulfur fuel oil in CHP and peaking plants, we have introduced a heavy fuel oil with a sulfur content of less than 0.1%.

Benefits

  •     Multiple grades – various viscosity alternatives for different needs
  •     Low-sulfur content – 0.1% and 1% sulfur content heavy fuel oils available
  •     Excellent cold-weather performance – developed for demanding arctic conditions