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Hydrotreating of vegetable oils or animal fats is an alter- native process to esterification for producing biobased diesel fuels. HVO is a 100% fossil free premium diesel. HVO: what is it? HVO, which is marketed by Neste Oil as “the highest quality diesel in the world,” stands for Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil: renewable diesel. HVO is a paraffinic fuel with light hydrocarbons and for that reason its density is lower compared to that of market diesel. Q: What is paraffinic diesel? A: Paraffinic diesels are high-quality, synthetic clean liquid fuels. Crown HVO fuel, also known as hydrotreated vegetable oil or HVO, is a premium quality second-generation renewable diesel alternative made from renewable,.


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