Nauticol Energy Grande Prairie Complex is an upcoming petrochemical complex located in Alberta, Canada. The complex is expected to commence commercial operations in 2024 and is likely to have an annual petrochemical capacity of 3.4mtpa. The complex will use natural gas as its key feedstock. The plant in this complex is operated by Nauticol Energy.
Details of key upcoming projects in Nauticol Energy Grande Prairie Complex
The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including Nauticol Energy Grande Prairie Methanol Plant (1mtpa), and Nauticol Energy Grande Prairie Methanol Plant Expansion 1 (2.4mtpa).
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Key Products Capacity – Nauticol Energy Grande Prairie Complex, 2021-2030
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The complex is expected to produce key products such as methanol.
Methanol capacity share i.e., 100% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 3.4mtpa.
About Nauticol Energy
Nauticol Energy Ltd is a provider of intelligent engineering services aimed at supplying sustainable blue methanol to worldwide markets. Through its blue methanol facility in Alberta, the firm leverages the potential of Western Canada’s plentiful natural
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