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Aemetis, Chevron Lummus expand renewable jet and diesel fuel technology agreement

11:22 AM MDT | October 19, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Biobased fuels and chemicals firm Aemetis (Cupertino, CA)  says it has expanded its licensing agreement Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) for renewable jet fuel and diesel process technology. The expanded license agreement grants Aemetis Advanced Fuels, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aemetis, the use of CLG's Biofuels Isoconversion process to produce fuels that meet the necessary ASTM requirements for 100% replacement, renewable jet fuel and diesel in Aemetis biorefineries and joint ventures throughout the world. The technology uses Catalytic Hydrothermolysis (CH)...

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