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LanzaTech Extends Agreement with New Zealand Steel
9:42 AM MDT | May 14, 2012 | Lindsay Frost
LanzaTech (Auckland, NZ) has extended its agreement with New Zealand Steel on their pilot project to convert waste gases to low carbon fuels and chemicals, giving NZ Steel and its parent company Bluescope Steel the opportunity to use LanzaTech’s technology commercially. The company’s process captures and diverts fuel around a third of the carbon that would otherwise be admitted as CO2 through steelmaking, reducing the environmental footprint of the industry. “LanzaTech’s process addresses all three sustainability pillars,” says...
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