17 January 2007 11:34 [Source: ICIS news]
Due on stream in 2010, the plant will produce 2,000 tonnes/day of methanol from natural gas, a spokesman for Davy Process Technology, a Johnson Matthey subsidiary, said on Wednesday.
The plant will use Johnson Matthey/Davy Process Technology advanced steam reforming, methanol synthesis technology and catalysts.
Davy Process Technology is conducting basic engineering for the project and ?xml:namespace>
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