Sustainable fuel producer LanzaJet has announced a $30 million investment by Southwest Airlines, with the two to collaborate on a new sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production facility. They will also work to advance the operations of a corn stover to ethanol company in which Southwest is invested. The upcoming biorefinery will use LanzaJet’s proprietary alcohol-to-jet (AtJ) technology, which employs ethanol as a feedstock. “The alignment of Southwest and LanzaJet is a powerful combination that has the potential to integrate the SAF value chain and to double-down on the US ethanol, aviation, and biofuel industries,” said Jimmy Samartzis, chief executive officer

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