Red Rock Biofuels readies 'fuel from forests' for takeoff

Will Nichols

US company is building $200m plant in Oregon and has already signed a supply deal with Southwest Airlines

Famously, Red Rock cider was not red and had no rocks in it. It seems the same is true of sustainable jet fuel - it contains woody biomass instead. Colorado-based Red Rock Biofuels is developing plants...

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