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Reports: Chinese firm plans third methanol plant

3:10 PM MDT | May 12, 2014

Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW) is preparing to lease a site at the Port of Tacoma, WA, for the construction of a third world-scale methanol plant in the region, according to local press reports. The latest lease signed by NWIW is for a second plant at the Port of Kalama, WA. The agreement calls for an initial two-year period to assess environmental and safety issues and feasibility followed by a 30-year lease for construction and operations. NWIW has also proposed building a plant at the Port of St. Helens, OR. Each of the three plants would have a capacity of...

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