April 6, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
Calgary-based Nauticol Energy plans to use renewable energy to power its Grande Prairie-area plant as well as giving it a carbon-capture and storage component. This will allow natural gas to be used to produce emission-free methanol.
Nauticol is now the first company to produce net-zero or blue methanol on a world scale, president and CEO Mark Tonner says.
He said the project will take upwards of 3.5 years to build with hopes to be operational by 2025.
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