Liquid Wind will develop, finance, build and manage standardised facilities that produce e-methanol from renewable electricity and upcycled carbon dioxide.
The REX-CO2 project will develop a procedure and tools for evaluating existing hydrocarbon wells for CO2 storage, helping stakeholders make informed decisions on the potential re-use of certain wells or fields. A key output will be a software tool, developed – using case study evaluations from the six participating countries – for screening and assessing wells for their re-use potential.
PrISMa aims to accelerate the low-carbon transition in the energy and industrial sectors by developing a technology platform to deliver bespoke, cost-effective carbon capture solutions for a range of different CO2 sources and CO2 uses/destinations.
NEWEST-CCUS focuses on the development and deployment of CO2 capture technologies tailored for waste to energy (WtE) plants.
The LAUNCH project aims to accelerate the uptake of CO2 capture across industry through the development of novel capture solvents.
Feasibility study of a full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project as a definitive solution to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by Lehigh Hanson Cement and the International CCS Knowledge Centre.
E. coli bacteria have been gradually trained to use carbon dioxide as food, rather than sugar, building their biomass from the air.
Hydrofaction™ is Steeper Energy’s proprietary implementation of hydrothermal liquefaction which applies supercritical water as a reaction medium for the conversion of biomass directly into a high-energy density renewable crude oil, referred to as Hydrofaction™ Oil. Steeper’s unique process mimics and accelerates nature by subjecting wet biomass to heat and high pressure.
Thermal oxidizers to capture methane and associated gas containing carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. The hot exit gases from the stacks are clean and readily utilized for use in other process improvements, such as utility heat, power generation and to waste water purification.
Stanton Energy Center demonstration; Joint DOE demonstration project to study microalgae commodities (i.e. animal feed) from coal plant flue gas CO₂ and/or renewable gas production.
Partners w/ Boom Algae on pilot algae greenhouse to gather data on algae growth, CO₂ capture, and energy use and costs; CO₂ waste from Upslope’s beer fermentation process is converted into 100% biodegradable, non-petroleum-based, algae-ink.
Technology development agreement to accelerate the development of mono-ethlyene (MEG) from CO₂; Coca Cola uses MEG to make their plant-based plastic bottles.
Test at SFO airport comparing conventional concrete to Blue Planet concrete; The Blue Planet concrete met all required specificiations.
LanzaTech’s pilot steel plant location, now fully operational, near Auckland, New Zealand.
Uses LanzaTech’s gas fermentation technology throughout the Mitsui Group to convert CO2 to ethanol.
Shougang steel mill outside of Beijing, China; World’s first commercial deployment of gas fermentation technology. Converts CO₂ to ethanol. 100,000 gallon/year plant.
Baosteel steel plant outside of Shanghai, China; Demonstration of LanzaTech technology at Baosteel steel plant, 100,000 gallons/year.
Project in Hayrana, India at IndianOil refinery; In 2017, IOC and LanzaTech signed a Statement of Intent to construct the world’s first refinery off gas-to-bioethanol production facility in India.
Project in Ghent, Belgium at ArcelorMitttal plant; Convert CO₂ to bioethanol to be used for transportation fuel or plastics.
Research w/ Lanzatech on using syngas to develop specialty plastics; Combines Evonik’s biotechnology platforms w/ LanzaTech’s synthetic biology & gas fermentation expertise for the development of a route to bio-processed precursers for specialty plastics from waste derived synthesis gas.
Using CO₂ and hydrogen for the direct production of industrial chemicals including nylon intermediates.
U.S. government project for gas-to-jet technology; Partnered w/ Lanzatech to optimize its ethanol process to reduce the cost of jet fuel for the military in support of the military’s goal to reduce its carbon footprint.
60 million gallon per year ethanol and 420,000 ton animal feed plant in California; Conversion of agricultural waste, forest waste, dairy waste, and construction and demolition waste (CDW) to ethanol.
Partnered w/ Lanzatech for aviation fuel technology, which uses waste industrial gases from steel facilities that is captured, fermented and chemically converted for jet fuel.
Supported by a $15 M grant from the Quebec government, led by CO₂ Solutions; The objective of the VCQ project is to develop and demonstrate commercially viable end-to-end solutions to capture and utilize CO₂ in various applications while at the same time reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions