LanzaTech partners with Sumitomo Riko to produce isoprene from recycled rubber waste [Full subscriber]
LanzaTech and Sumitomo Riko are partnering to reuse rubber, resin and urethane waste to produce a key chemical intermediate, isoprene.
India – LanzaTech partners with SED to produce bagasse-based ethanol [Full subscriber]
Spray Engineering Devices (SED), a multidisciplinary engineering company, is partnering with LanzaTech in the first-of-its-kind bagasse to ethanol project in India.
Twelve and LanzaTech partner to produce polypropylene from CO2 [Full subscriber]
Biotech start-ups LanzaTech and Twelve have partnered to transform carbon dioxide into polypropylene, a key polymer used for medical devices including syringes and IV bags, as well as for large-scale applications in automotive, furniture, textiles and other everyday products.
India – LanzaTech to supply cellulosic ethanol production technology for a new plant [Full subscriber]
Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (MRPL), a leading Indian Refining company, is planning to install a cellulosic ethanol facility in the State of Karnataka, India.
NextChem licenses LanzaTech’s ‘waste to ethanol’ conversion technology [Full subscriber]
The green technologies company NextChem is licensing LanzaTechs ‘waste to ethanol’ process conversion technology. NextChem will exclusively license this technology in Italy and, on a project basis, in some foreign markets.
LanzaJet to build a demonstration plant producing renewable jet fuel [Full subscriber]
The biotech start-up LanzaTech, recently announced the launch of LanzaJet Inc., a new company that will produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
LanzaTech secures investment of US$72 million from Novo Holdings to expand its carbon capture technology [Full subscriber]
The biotech start-up LanzaTech has secured an investment of US$72 million from Novo Holdings to scale-up its production of sustainable fuels and chemicals, according to the press release from the two firms.
Virgin Atlantic uses jet fuel from recycled CO2 for a commercial flight [Full subscriber]
The Virgin Atlantic Airlines’ successfully flew and landed a commercial flight from Orlando to London using a Boeing 747 on 3rd October using aviation fuel partly made of waste CO2 from a steel mill.
INVISTA and LanzaTech partner to produce butadiene from waste industrial gases [Registered]
A metabolic toolkit integrates detailed knowledge about a bacterium’s genetic configuration with the tools to precisely customize that configuration in order to make a particular product, together with a model to accurately predict the performance of the bacterium. This work is in an early stage of development with an aim to commercialize within the next several years.