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| April 17, 2019

Clean, Low-Carbon Fuel Becomes More Accessible for Fleet Vehicles With Opening of Cardlock Station in Keyes

Renewable diesel fuel is soon to be much more accessible to fleet drivers looking to fuel up in central California, thanks to the opening of Neste-branded pumps at Van De Pol cardlock in Keyes, dispensing Neste MY Renewable Diesel, by the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel fuel.

Cardlock locations are unstaffed fueling stations designed to accommodate fleet vehicles, including 18-wheel trucks. Drivers can fill up with Neste MY Renewable Diesel™, a low-carbon fuel produced from 100 percent renewable and sustainable raw materials that cuts greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80 percent compared to petroleum diesel.

Neste MY Renewable Diesel, made from waste oils and fats, is a clean-burning diesel fuel that keeps fuel filters, particulate filters and fuel injection systems cleaner and vehicles running efficiently. It is a direct replacement fuel for petroleum diesel that requires no blending and is compatible with all diesel engines without any modification or change in infrastructure. It is priced competitively with traditional diesel.

“Demand for cleaner fuels is on the rise globally, and California is a leader in the movement toward an emissions-free future,” said Jeremy Baines, vice president of sales for Neste. “Neste MY Renewable Diesel helps meet environmental needs without compromising performance or cost.”

In California, state policymakers have imposed the most aggressive environmental standards in the country to reduce greenhouse gases. Neste MY Renewable Diesel fuel meets and often exceeds California’s rigorous emissions standards while meeting consumer requirements for sustainability.

“Since launching in California in 2011, we’ve had a lot of positive feedback from drivers and fleet managers using Neste MY,” Baines said. “And those who haven’t tried it yet keep asking where they can get it. We’re proud to offer Neste MY Renewable Diesel at these cardlock locations to further expand its accessibility and lead the renewable fuel revolution.”

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