BioJet Corp. received a three-year, $1.2 billion funding facility from Cayman-based Equity Partners Fund SPC to allow the company to move its feedstock and refining projects forward. BioJet Chairman Mitch Hawkins said in a statement that the funding agreement will form the cornerstone of capital projects over the next five years. “It enables a clear path to the expansion of our camelina, jatropha and algae feedstock projects as well as our Avia renewable jet refining projects in ...

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