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

Jet Zero Australia has executed a first-of-a-kind licence and engineering agreement for Australia between Jet Zero and LanzaJet.

The agreement will progress the development of Project Ulysses – a North Queensland sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) project using LanzaJet’s Alcohol-to-Jet (AtJ) technology that converts the bioethanol into SAF and renewable diesel.

The project is the first LanzaJet ethanol to SAF plant in the country and will help position Australia as a leader in sustainable aviation.

Project Ulysses is poised to revolutionise the aviation industry by converting agricultural by-products sourced from sustainable origins into 102 million litres of SAF annually.

The SAF from the plant will assist the Australian Government’s commitment to achieving its emissions reduction target of 43% of 2005 CO¬2 levels by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050.