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Big Lake Fuels | Lake Charles Methanol Project

USA
Canceled

Overview

Status
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Canceled
Region
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North America
Geography
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USA
State
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Louisiana
Equity Owner
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Proman USA
Proponent
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Big Lake Fuels
Output
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Methanol
Type of electricty
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Capacity
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1.75 million tons/year
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Decommission Date
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Description

In February 2024, Big Lake Fuels, the developer of a methanol facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana, has asked the state’s Department of Environmental Quality to rescind construction-related permits for the project.

In a filing, a representative of Big Lake Fuels, which is owned by G2X, now known as Proman USA, notes that the project entity was “unable to begin construction by October 25, 2023 and is requesting to rescind the permits associated with the proposed facility.”

The proposed plant, which has been under development since 2013, would have produced 1.75 million tons of methanol annually.

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