LanzaTech To Make Ethanol From Waste Gas In Europe | July 20, 2015 Issue - Vol. 93 Issue 29 | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 93 Issue 29 | p. 7 | News of The Week
Issue Date: July 20, 2015

LanzaTech To Make Ethanol From Waste Gas In Europe

Renewable Fuels: Partnership with steelmaker ArcelorMittal will give the world a closer look at the process
Department: Business
Keywords: biofuels, renewables, steel, fermentation

Ethanol is usually made from crops such as corn or wheat. But Skokie, Ill.-based LanzaTech has developed a process to obtain the fuel from waste gas, such as the carbon monoxide produced by steel plants. Steelmakers in Asia were the first to try the technology, and now it’s coming to Europe.

ArcelorMittal, which calls itself the world’s leading steel and mining company, says it will build a $100 million facility at . . .

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