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Johnson Matthey and Davy Land Chinese Methanol Contract

1:38 PM MDT | January 24, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Davy Process Technology (DPT) and Johnson Matthey Catalysts, a Johnson Matthey (JM) subsidiary, say they have been selected to provide technology, basic engineering design, and catalysts for a methanol plant in China. Qinghai Zhonghao Natural Gas Chemical will own and operate the 2,000-m.t./day plant at Geermu, China, which will use natural gas feedstock. It will be based on advanced steam-reforming technology and methanol synthesis technology supplied by DPT and JM. Detailed engineering will be carried out by Chengda Engineering Corp. (Chengdu, China), DPT...

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