FedEx Express has become the latest US airline to sign a long-term offtake agreement for low-carbon biofuels. The cargo carrier will buy some 3 million gallons of renewable jet fuel a year produced from woody biomass by Red Rock Biofuels. Deliveries are expected to begin in 2017 and the agreement runs through 2024. Southwest Airlines signed a similar 3 million gallon/year agreement in September and, between them, the two carriers will take all of the jet fuel produced annually by Red ...

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