Southeast Asia’s first e-methanol plant planned

The partnership plans to set up a pilot plant in Singapore following the conclusion of feasibility studies later this year.

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Six companies have formed a partnership that aims to establish Asia’s first green e-methanol plant that will use renewable electricity to convert captured biogenic CO2 into green e-methanol and make it available to the maritime industry.

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