Liquid Wind in offtake talks as first production project advances

Worley's design services for the first Liquid Wind eMethanol facility will include efficient integration with Övik Energi's plant (pictured). (Published under a Creative Commons Licence)

Swedish emethanol developer Liquid Wind has awarded a front-end engineering contract to Worley for its first commercial scale eMethanol production facility in northern Sweden. The award follows the announcement that Siemens Energy was joining the power-to-methanol coalition and would supply a 70MW PEM electrolyzer to the project.

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