G2X Energy Launches Commercial Operations at Pampa Methanol Facility

G2XOn June 1 G2X Energy, a developer/operator of advanced natural gas to methanol and fuel projects, announced that their Pampa, Texas based methanol plant is fully operational and has completed their first shipment of methanol. After building commercial quantities of inventory on site, the plant shipped its first two railcars of IMPCA specification methanol and will continue to ship railcars on a daily basis to customers throughout the Texas panhandle region. “We are extremely pleased to have achieved commercial methanol production at our Pampa, Texas facility,” stated Tim Vail, President and CEO of G2X Energy who went on to say, “This plant represents the rebirth of the petrochemical business in the Texas panhandle. By revitalizing an abandoned industrial site and leveraging the widespread availability of low-cost of shale gas, we have brought high quality jobs and prosperity back to the Pampa area.”

Commercial operations at the Pampa facility is just the start of G2X’s rapid expansion in North America. Through its partnership with MI member companies Methanol Holdings (Trinidad) Limited (MHTL) and Southern Chemical Corporation (SCC), G2X is enlarging its North American operations with the construction of a world-scale methanol facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana as well as the acquisition of natural gas reserves in the Piceance basin of Colorado as well as other areas.  More information can be found here.


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