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The largest Russian methanol facility will be built in Yakutia

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YaTEC intends to build the largest methanol facility across Russia. The ambitious project will be focused on meeting the North East Asian demand for methanol. The capacity of the first phase is estimated at 5k tpd. The investment needed for the project exceeds 1bn RUB.

By tentative forecasts, the launch of the facility is scheduled for 2022. The product shipments will be combined by road tankers and 3k specialised tank containers.

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