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  • October 17, 2013

    It’s official: The Pentagon intends to develop diesel fuel for planes and trucks derived from oil seed crops and agricultural waste, and has awarded contracts to three companies to develop the plans for bio-refineries capable of producing 150 million gallons a year. The  goal is to produce a biofuel costing less than $4 per gallon that uses organic waste materials instead of farm crops like corn and soybeans.