Districhemie to Market Saudi Methanol in France
The National Methanol Company (Ibn Sina) and Districhimie of France have signed a contract under which the latter will distribute 10,000 tons/year of Saudi methanol in France from Ibn Sina's 700,000 ton/year plant at Jubail. The Ibn Sina project, which is owned 50/50 by the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) and Celanese Corporation/Texas Eastern Corporation of the US, went on stream in mid-1984 (MEES, 9 July...
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