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English Español Neste ranked as the world’s 3rd most sustainable company

The Finnish oil and renewable fuels company has been included on the list continuously for longer than any other energy company in the world.

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Neste has again placed 3rd on the Corporate Knights’ Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable corporations. This is Neste’s third time in the top 3. It also marks the company’s 14th consecutive inclusion on the Global 100 list.

“We are honored to be recognized again as one of the most sustainable companies in the world. This is especially humbling as many companies are continuously improving their sustainability efforts and placing on the list gets more difficult every year. Our company’s purpose is to create a healthier planet for our children, particularly through tackling climate crisis. In this work we need everyone onboard. It is great to see more and more companies placing sustainability at the core of their strategies worldwide”, says Peter Vanacker, President and CEO of Neste.

The Global 100 list is an annual ranking of corporate sustainability performance and is compiled by independent consultancy Corporate Knights. This year it assessed 7,395 companies with more than USD 1 billion in revenues. The ranking is based on an assessment of up to 21 key performance indicators ranging from environmental performance indicators to resource management, employee management, financial management, clean revenue and supplier performance.

Neste has gone through a comprehensive transformation over the past decade: the former local oil company’s aim is now to become a global leader in renewable and circular solutions. Neste’s business is focused on helping customers in the transport sector and cities, aviation, as well as polymers and chemicals industries to make their business more sustainable.

“We will continue to offer our customers solutions to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and tackle the global waste plastic challenge. In addition, we will work together with our partners to continuously improve the sustainability of our operations. We want to ensure that we will be worthy of the recognition also in the coming years”, Vanacker continues.

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