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South Louisiana Methanol hires Fluor to design Louisiana gas-to-methanol project

12:53 PM MDT | September 13, 2013

South Louisiana Methanol (SLM) has hired Fluor to engineer and design its 5,000 m.t./day gas-to-methanol project, which will be sited in St. James Parish, LA. SLM, a partnership of Zero Emission Energy Plants (ZEEP; Austin, TX) and Todd Corp. (Wellington, New Zealand), announced the project in February and aims to commission the plant in 2016. “We are pleased to announce our engagement with Fluor, a world-class engineering, procurement, construction, fabrication and maintenance firm,” says Barry Williamson, CEO of South Louisiana Methanol. “The company...

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