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LanzaTech (planned ticker LNZA)
• Carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) represents a small but rapidly growing solution for decarbonization. CCS enables large-scale energy and industrial facilities to reduce their carbon footprint without needing to mothball the plants. The key question becomes: what to do with the captured CO2? One solution is to use that CO2 as a feedstock to produce fuels and chemicals, thereby profitably monetizing the CO2, even if there are no government incentives.
• LanzaTech, which is in the process of going public via a $1.8 billion transaction with a SPAC, AMCI Acquisition Corp. II (AMCI), defines itself as a carbon recycling company. LanzaTech’s synthetic biology platform – fermentation using proprietary microorganisms – converts CO2 into ethanol. As a follow-on step, the ethanol can be processed into higher-value chemicals and specialty materials. LanzaTech’s first commercial-scale plant is operating at a steel mill in China. A project in Belgium, also at a steel mill, is currently in construction. Key investors and/or partners include the world’s largest chemical company BASF, top-tier steel producer ArcelorMittal, industrial conglomerate Siemens, consumer staples giant Unilever, and apparel retailer Zara.
• The call should be useful for investors interested in the oil market, refining, chemicals, and biofuels; and, more broadly, anyone looking at the themes of sustainability and energy transition.


LanzaTech Management:
Jennifer Holmgren, Chief Executive Officer
Geoff Trukenbrod, Chief Financial Officer

Hosted by: Pavel Molchanov | Renewable Energy and Clean Technology | Pavel.Molchanov@RaymondJames.com


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