Biojet news roundup: Commercial airlines and U.S. military announce offtake agreements and fuel testing

With JetBlue announcing its 330 million gallons offtake agreement with SG Preston (see the September 20, 2016 LRAFJ), a series of other biojet news may have been overshadowed. Below are highlights from recent news:

  • The U.S. Navy completes flight testing with 100% renewable biojet fuel. Earlier...

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