Eight US airlines operating at Los Angeles International have signed a multiyear deal for the supply of a renewable synthetic diesel fuel for use in ground service equipment, an arrangement that Rentech, the Los Angeles-based fuel manufacturer, called "the first of its kind." The contract, which includes fuel service company Aircraft Service International Group, calls for supply of 1.5 million gal. per year beginning in late 2012, when the Rialto Renewable Energy Center that will produce the ...

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