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SOURCE UOP LLC, a Honeywell company
Honeywell UOP Technology Selected to Support Conversion of Biomass to Fuel at California Renewable Energy Facility
UOP LLC's technology was selected for use in Rentech Inc.'s Rialto Renewable Energy Center for the conversion of biomass to transportation fuels.
The flight marks the first time a U.S. commercial airline has used synthetic jet fuel in flight.
Ontario Government Selects Rentech's New Renewable Jet Fuel Project for Long-Term Supply of Biomass from Crown Forests
Olympiad Renewable Energy Centre has been selected to supply up to 1.1 million cubic metres (1.3 million U.S. tons) per year of Crown timber for the sustainable production of renewable RenJet jet...
The F/A-18 Super Hornet, dubbed the Green Hornet by the Navy, was fueled with a 50/50 mixture of Green Jet Fuel made from camelina oil and petroleum-derived military jet fuel.