Enviva signs MOU with first U.S. customer

Goal is to make petroleum substitute for aviation fuel

Biofuel maker Enviva, which has a new pellet plant in progress at the Port of Epes in Sumter County, announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with its first U.S.-based customer. The supply agreement will support the unnamed customer’s development of biofuel refining facilities in the Southeast. Up until now, most of…

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