HRJ

AcronymDefinition
HRJHorticultural Research (Japan)
HRJHouse Joint Resolution
HRJHydrotreated Renewable Jet (aviation)
HRJHarvard Human Rights Journal (est. 1988)
HRJHarm Reduction Journal
HRJHigh Risk Jurisdiction
HRJHouse Rabbit Journal (newsletter; House Rabbit Society)
HRJHandbell Ringers of Japan (est. 1976)
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One of the leading contenders for ramping up production of Jet A-1 HRJ is camelina, which has undergone extensive testing by both civilian airlines and the U.S.
The term hydrotreated renewable jet fuel (HRJ)--sometimes also called synjet--can refer to fuels produced using a variety of processes.
Meanwhile, efforts to flight test a second variety of fuel, called hydrotreated renewable jet, or HRJ, continues.
Enormous investments and economies of scale are far behind testing that consistently confirms the safety and performance of hydro treated renewable jet (HRJ) fuel, a term used to describe any feedstock or process that leads to fuel that is chemically identical to crude oil-based kerosene.
Habanero Resources Incorporated (TSX VENTURE: HAO)(PINK SHEETS: HBNRF)(FRANKFURT: HRJ), a company that focuses on oil and gas property leases in Canada and the United States, has acquired around 5,400 contiguous acres bordering Beaufield Resources Inc.'s Tortigny Prospect.
TGC will work on crop optimization and growth, Sustainable Oils will pre-refine the camelina oil and Honeywell's UOP will produce the hydro-treated renewable jet (HRJ) biofuel from the oils provided.
Several airlines, including Continental and Japan Airlines, have begun to explore hydrotreated renewable jet (HRJ) fuel.
In the UK, it operates through its Triton and HRJ subsidiaries.
The investment advisory firm, Olympius Capital, an affiliate of HRJ Capital, has signed a lease at 800 Westchester Avenue, one of the premier facilities in the suburban New York office market.
6 HRJ Leopardstown, Ireland: Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup Chase
Hauser, M.D.'s study of the cardiac defibrillator lead wires published in Heart Rhythm Journal (HRJ) elicited dissent from St.