Primus Says U.S. Carrier Close To Signing Major Synthetic Fuel Deal

A major U.S. airline is on the verge of signing an agreement for more than 20 million gallons a year of synthetic jet fuel made from natural gas. “It could be two weeks; we had hoped to announce it here [at the ILA Berlin air show], but we are still dotting some i’s and crossing some t’s,” said...

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