14 June 2010 03:27 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Qatar Fuel Additives' (Qafac's) 835,000 tonne/year natural gas-based methanol facility in Mesaieed was running normally after it was restarted around 5-6 June, a company source said on Monday.
The plant was taken off line on 15 April for a turnaround, the source said.
Qafac is owned 50% by Industries Qatar (IQ), 20% by Chinese Petroleum Corporation (CPC), 15% each by Lee Chang Yung Chemical Industry Corporation (LCYCIC) and International Octane Limited.
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