Neste Marine 0.1

0.1 fuels enable cleaner engines and longer maintenance intervals. Neste Marine™  0.1 is a range of low-sulphur marine fuels (Neste MGO DMA and Neste MDO DMB) with a sulphur concentration of less than 0.1%.

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Compliance and sustainability

Neste Marine 0.1 fulfills the current EU Sulphur Directive that demands lower sulphur emissions from ships operating on the Baltic Sea, the North Sea and the English Channel.


Good stability and compatibility

Neste Marine 0.1 requires less separation, and good compatibility with alternatives means less operational problems. Neste can assist you with compatibility tests that are performed in our laboratory.


Time and costs saved on board

Less fuel heating makes it possible to lower operating costs. Faster bunkering during winter results in time saved on board.




  • Based on ISO 8217:2017
  • Viscosity, 40°C: 2–11 mm2/s
  • Cloud Point: –6°C/0°C (Winter/Summer)
  • FAME free product


  • Based on ISO 8217:2012
  • Viscosity, 40°C: 4–11 mm2/s
  • Pour point: 6°C/12°C (Winter/Summer)
  • Storage temperature requirement +20°C
  • FAME free product
  • Technical research center of Finland (VTT) performed tests with Neste MDO DMB without operating problems*

*VTT research report VTT-R-02015-15

Product specifications also apply to Neste Marine™ 0.1 Co-processed.


Neste offers a full set of supporting services, helping you to hedge your future deliveries and report emissions.

Ship-to-ship bunkering is fast, safe, and in most cases the most convenient way to deliver Neste Marine fuel to customers. Bunkering is available at three ports in Helsinki: South Harbor, West Harbor and Vuosaari Harbor.

Safe deliveries to other ports in Finland are supplied by trucks. Neste Marine fuel is also available by ex-pipe delivery in Porvoo and Naantali. Export cargo can be arranged as well.

How you can help preserve the world’s oceans 

The ocean is vital to the global economy, with more than 90% of trade using sea routes. As the world’s bodies of water face constant pressure from the effects of pollution and climate change – which are only projected to rise in the years to come – the need to balance maritime economic activities with the preservation of a healthy ocean is imperative.

Switching to a high quality, low-sulphur and low-emission marine fuel is a significant way to help safeguard the world’s oceans. But have you also considered how this fuel is delivered? Here are the differences between barge and truck delivery.

Barge delivery


Delivery by truck

Single barge, maximum capacity 4 400 m3


600 m3 / 50 m3/load = 12 truckloads

Pumping rate max 1 000 m3/h


Pumping rate max 300 m3/h

Typical vessel fuelling time: 2 hours


Typical vessel fuelling time: 4 hour