LanzaJet and Jet Zero Australia Sign Deal to Advance New SAF Plant

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An article from Biofuels International reports on Jet Zero Australia’s groundbreaking agreement with LanzaJet to develop Project Ulysses, a North Queensland Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) project. This initiative will use LanzaJet’s Alcohol-to-Jet (AtJ) technology to convert bioethanol into SAF and renewable diesel, marking Australia’s first LanzaJet ethanol-to-SAF plant. Project Ulysses aims to produce 102 million liters of SAF annually, supporting Australia’s emissions reduction targets and enhancing energy security. The collaboration, backed by the Queensland government and industry partners, positions Australia as a regional leader in sustainable aviation fuels. Read more.