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Davy’s Methanol Process Selected for Huge Plant in China

1:36 PM MDT | July 30, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Davy Process Technology (London), a Johnson Matthey subsidiary, says it has been awarded a contract to provide methanol technology, basic engineering design, and methanol synthesis catalysts to Baotou Shenhua Coal Chemical Co. (Baotou, China) for a 1.83-million m.t./year, coal-based methanol plant to be built at Baotou in China’s autonomous province of Inner Mongolia. Shenhua is establishing a $1 billion-$2 billion petrochemical complex at Baotou, which will use methanol as feedstock to produce olefins and polyolefins. General Electric was previously...

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