United Airlines has invested $30 million for a stake in renewable fuels producer Fulcrum BioEnergy in a deal that could see the carrier buy 90 million gallons a year of jet fuel made from municipal waste. The equity stake in Fulcrum is the largest single investment by a US airline in alternative fuels, United EVP and general counsel Brett Hart said. Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways made an undisclosed equity investment in Fulcrum in August 2014. United has also signed a long-term ...

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