G2X Energy build methanol plant in Texas, US

G2X Energy to build methanol plant in Texas, US

9:23 AM, 22nd January 2013
G2X Energy to build methanol plant in Texas, US

HOUSTON, US: G2X Energy Inc, a developer of advanced natural gas-to-gasoline projects, held the groundbreaking ceremony of Texas-based methanol plant, Pampa Fuels. G2X Energy also announced a long term, multi-site agreement with ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) for natural gas-based methanol-to-gasoline projects and plans for a $1.3B natural gas-to-gasoline facility in Southwest Louisiana.

Located on a brownfield site previously owned by Celanese Chemical and utilizing some existing operational equipment, the Pampa Fuels facility represents a modern example of reusing existing industrial infrastructure to lower capital cost for the production high-value fuels and chemicals.

“What sets G2X Energy apart is our ability to build upon proven conversion technologies and infrastructure that have come before to bring high-value methanol and gasoline to market,” said Tim Vail, President and CEO, G2X Energy.

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