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Table 1 Sources for hydroprocessed renewable jet fuel

From: Techno-economic and resource analysis of hydroprocessed renewable jet fuel

Vegetable oil
 Palm/Palm kernel Elaeis guineensis
 Coconut Cocos nucifera
 Jatropha Jatropha curcas
 Castor Ricinus communis
 Rapeseed Brassica napus
 Canola Brassica napus, cultivar
 Pennycress Thlaspi arvense
 Peanut (groundnut) Arachis hypogaea
 Sunflower Helianthus annuus
 Safflower Carthamus tinctorius
 Camelina Camelina sativa
 Mustard Brassica juncea
 Linseed (flax) Linum usitatissimum
 Soybean Glycine max
 Cottonseed Gossypium hirsutum
 Corn Zea mays
Animal fats
 Lard Edible pork fat, rendered and unrendered
 Choice white grease Inedible pork fat derived primarily from pork tissue
 Edible tallow Beef fat suitable for human consumption
 Inedible tallow Beef fat unsuitable for human consumption
 Poultry fat Fat obtained from chicken rendering and processing
 Yellow grease Derived from used cooking oil generated by commercial and industrial cooking operations. It may also contain rendered animal fat
 Brown grease Waste grease recovered from traps installed in the sewage lines of restaurants/food processing plants and wastewater treatment plants.
Aquatic microorganisms
 Algae A large group of simple plant-like photosynthetic organisms