11 February 2011 21:21 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Methanex’s Titan plant in ?xml:namespace>
A Methanex official confirmed that the methanol producer’s 850,000 tonne/year Titan plant in Point Lisas,
The plant went down in late January for undisclosed reasons. A company executive said the outage would last three weeks, which would have ended around 11-12 February.
After jumping by almost that much during the previous week, the spot price range on Friday closed at 102-104 cents/gal.
In addition to the Methanex Titan restart, prospects for more capacity were boosted this week when Petrobras announced that it would build a new methanol plant in
($1 = €0.74)
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