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Chinese group plans two mega-methanol plants in US Pacific Northwest to supply olefins feedstock

11:49 AM MST | January 24, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW; Vancouver, WA) has proposed to build two large-scale methanol plants in the US Pacific Northwest. The proposed facilities would each cost $1 billion and have a design capacity of 5,000 m.t./day. Output from the plants will be shipped to Dalian, China for conversion to olefins.   NWIW plans to build the plants at the Port of Kalama, WA, and at Port Westward, on the Oregon side of the Columbia River.  NWIW was formed this year. Its backers include PPE, a joint venture between Shanghai Bi Ke Clean Energy Technology Co...

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Comments (1) for Chinese group plans two mega-methanol plants in US Pacific Northwest to supply olefins feedstock
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Which A & E Engineering company will do the design for these plants? Looking for a job as a Chemical Process Engineer.
Posted by David Curry on Monday, January 27, 2014 @ 02:38 PM










 
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