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Chemical Week Magazine :: New Construction Projects
Plans are announced for Nigeria’s first methanol production facility
7:10 AM MST | November 30, 2012
Gulf of Guinea Oil Exploration (GGOEX), an integrated energy company established to take advantage of opportunities in the Gulf of Guinea, has announced plans to build a $700-million methanol plant in Nigeria by 2015. The plant, with a capacity of 850,000 m.t./year, will be the largest in West Africa. The company has selected the Mitsubishi methanol process (MMP) for the plant. The project, the first commercial-scale facility to use the MMP process in West Africa, will be located at the gas industrial park in the state of Delta. The cost of the project will be...
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