21 December 2010 14:16 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS)--China-based Wison (?xml:namespace>
Construction work would probably start early next year once the country's central government had granted approval, the source said.
“We are expected to start up the plant in 2013-2014,” the source said in Mandarin.
The new plant could help the company extend its downstream chain, the source added.
Currently, Wison (
The methanol plant was running at an overloaded operating rate in 2010 and produced around 350,000 tonnes of product, a second company source said.
“Nearly half of methanol output was supplied to our customer Celanese, while the rest is almost consumed by the companies also located at the chemical industry park,” the source added.
The company is a subsidiary of Wison Group Holding Limited, a conglomerate headquartered at
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