All Nippon Airways (ANA) has partnered with LanzaTech in a bid reduce its carbon footprint, with the introduction of a greener fuel choice by 2021. The agreement with LanzaTech will include the purchase of alcohol-to-jet sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). As part of the agreement, LanzaTech will use advanced microorganism-powered gas fermentation technology to create ethanol. The firm then uses commercialising technology developed in collaboration with Pacific Northwest National Labs (PNNL) that allows for the production of sustainable aviation fuel. PNNL developed a unique thermocatalytic process for converting ethanol into ATJ-SPK. The first step of the process is to convert the ethanol
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