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ZEEP, Todd to build $1.3-billion methanol plant in Louisiana

9:05 AM MST | March 11, 2013 | —Clay Boswell

South Louisiana Methanol (SLM), a partnership of Zero Emission Energy Plants (ZEEP; Austin, TX) and Todd Corp. (Wellington, New Zealand), plans to construct a $1.3-billion methanol production facility in St. James Parish, LA. Construction is to begin in the fourth quarter of 2013, with full commissioning and start-up scheduled for 2016, the company says. The plant will be largest in North America. SLM is using a design already employed by Methanol Holdings (Trinidad) in its 1.9-million m.t./year M5 plant at Port Lisas, Trinidad. The facility will convert 163,000...

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