Rentech drops alternative fuels

Rentech recently announced that it will eliminate all research and development activities within its energy division to focus on more immediate revenue generating opportunities. Rentech plans to sell its 400 gallons of drop-in fuel per day Product Demonstration Unit in Commerce City, Colorado, which...

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