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IGP Methanol's Louisiana Plant Gets Air Quality Nod (Ind. Report)
IOGP Methanol
Date: 2018-01-29
In the Lone Star State, Houston-headquartered IGP Methanol LLC reports receipt of an air-quality permit for a $3.6 billion, four-unit methanol production facility in Plaquemine Parish, Louisiana.

The Methanol Park will incorporate four identical methanol Plants or "trains" each producing 1.8 million tpy of methanol from natural gas, making it the world's largest permitted methanol production facility. When fully operational, the Park will produce 7.2 million tpy of methanol. Production is slated to get underway in late 2020.

IGP is focused on methanol as a clean-burning drop-in transportation fuel that can replace gasoline and diesel and replace LPG, coal, wood, and kerosene in cooking fuel and industrial boilers. (Source: Industrial Info Resources, IGP Methanol, Auto Channel, 26 Jan., 2018)Contact: IGP Methanol, Scott Benson, VP Marketing, (612) 417-5980, 188301@email4pr.com, www.igpmethanol.com

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IGP Methanol's Louisiana Gulf Coast Methanol Park Receives DEQ Air Permit (Reg & Leg)
Haldor Tops√łe,IGP Methanol
Date: 2018-01-10
Houston-headquartered IGP Methanol LLC reports reports receipt of a Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality title V Air Quality Permit for their Gulf Coast Methanol Park facility in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.

The Methanol Park will incorporate four identical methanol Plants or "trains" each producing 1.8 million tpy of methanol from natural gas, making it the world's largest permitted methanol production facility. When fully operational, the Park will produce 7.2 million tpy of methanol. Production is slated to get underway in late 2020.

IGP is focused on methanol as a clean-burning drop-in fuel that can replace gasoline and diesel in transportation, and replace LPG, coal, wood, and kerosene in cooking fuel and industrial boilers.

Haldor Tops0e is the technology provider for all 4 plants utilizing their proven autothermal reforming (ATR) technology as well as their state of art catalysts to provide the lowest CAPEX and OPEX for this facility. (Source: IGP Methanol LLC, PR, 8 Jan., 2018) Contact: IGP Methanol, Scott Benson, VP Marketing, (612) 417-5980, 188301@email4pr.com, www.igpmethanol.com; Haldor Topsoe, www.topsoe.com

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