Methanol (CH3OH), also called Methyl Alcohol, Wood Alcohol, or Wood Spirit, the simplest of a long series of organic compounds called Alcohols, consisting of a Methyl group (CH3) linked with a Hydroxy group (OH). This fuel is generally produced by steam-reforming natural gas to create a synthesis gas. Feeding this synthesis gas into a reactor with a catalyst produces Methanol and water vapor. Various feedstocks can produce Methanol, but natural gas is currently the most economical.

Methanol can be an alternative to conventional transportation fuels. The benefits of methanol include Lower Production Costs, Improved Safety, and Increased Energy Security

Methanol can be manufactured from a variety of domestic carbon-based feedstocks, such as biomass, natural gas, and coal. Methanol is used in chemical, wood, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, microbiological and other industries. The main Methanol consumer are productions of formaldehyde, synthetic rubber, acetic acid, organic glass.



  • Formaldehyde Production
  • Acetic Acid Production
  • Methyl Metacrylate (PMAA)
  • Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) Production
  • Producing DME
  • Mixing With Petrol
  • Producing Ethylene and Propylene
  • Melamine Resin Production


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