WORLD METHANOL SUPPLY ADEQUATE THROUGH 2001

Tecnon (UK) Ltd. predicts world methanol supplies will meet demand through 2001 except for possible slight shortfalls in 1993 and 1994. Results of a Tecnon study show that by 2001, methanol demand for methyl tertiary butyl ether and fuel uses will surpass demand for production of formaldehyde and other chemicals and solvents. Formaldehyde production is currently the largest consumer of methanol, followed by manufacture of chemicals and solvents.

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