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G2X starts US methanol project, chooses site in Louisiana for natgas-to-gasoline facility

5:41 AM MST | January 25, 2013

G2X Energy (Houston) has broken ground for its Pampa Fuels project, the first methanol plant to be built in the United States in decades, according to company officials. A developer of natural gas-to-gasoline projects, G2X separately announced plans to build a $1.3-billion natural gas–to-gasoline facility in Louisiana. Located in Pampa, TX, the 65,000-m.t./year natural gas–to-methanol plant is expected begin full-scale production in the second quarter of 2014. Southern Chemical (Houston) will market the methanol to customers in North Texas and Oklahoma under...

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