Methanex to make decision
- Methanex Names Aitken New CEO. // Chemical Market Reporter;5/17/2004, Vol. 265 Issue 20, p4
Reports on the appointment of Bruce Aitken as president and CEO of Methanex Corp. in the U.S.
- 40: BRUCE AITKEN: PRESIDENT AND CEO: METHANEX. // ICIS Chemical Business;12/10/2013, Vol. 282 Issue 17, p30
The article focuses on methanol producer Methanex president Bruce Aitken, who has shifted the company towards global gas availability. It says that Methanex is dismantling its methanol units in Punta Arenas, Chile due to lack of gas supply. It mentions that Aitken will retire on January 1, 2013...
- Far East prices attracting LNG away 02314640. // Energy Caribbean;2008, Issue 40, p20
The article reports on liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants being built in the U.S. for the export of LNG. It notes that there has been many discoveries of unconventional natural gas in the country with the potential for exporting LNG. Bruce Aitken, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of...
- Methanex Corp Building Methanol Plant In Louisiana. // Energy Daily;8/1/2012, Issue 148, p4
The article announces the decision of methanol supplier Methanex Corp. to open a methanol plant in Geismar, Louisiana.
- Methanex to restart New Zealand methanol plant. // ICIS Chemical Business;1/23/2012, Vol. 281 Issue 4, p16
The article reports that Canada-based Methanex Corp. is planning to restart its second 850,000 tonne/year methanol plant in New Zealand in the second half of 2012, and is looking for sources to secure natural gas feedstock for the plant.
- Methanex gains from better methanol. // Chemical Market Reporter;11/03/97, Vol. 252 Issue 18, p13
Reports on Methanex Corp.'s strong financial results in the third quarter of 1997 as a result of a growing market for methanol. Cash flow from operations; Net income; Sales volume; Expansion plans in 1999.
- Methanex on track in quest for global leadership. Hoffman, John // Chemical Market Reporter;12/15/97, Vol. 252 Issue 24, p11
Reports on Methanex Corp.'s success in its quest to become the global leader in the methanol market. Increase in sales volume, return on capital and earnings per share; Increase in share of the methanol market; Reduction of delivered cash costs.
- Methanex carves out an even larger position in methanol market. Kiesche, Elizabeth S. // Chemical Week;12/22/1993, Vol. 153 Issue 24, p12
Reports on Methanex's acquisition of Nova Corp.'s methanol operations. Increase in lead as world's largest methanol producer; Boosting of 1994 projected capacity; Total production and marketing capability; Representation of the world market.
- Troubled gas project stalls in Australia. // Power Economics;Nov2001, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p10
The article states that methanol supplier Methanex has abandoned Australia's Northern Territory in favor of Western Australia for the development of a 770 million dollar methanol plant as a result of repeated delays in finalizing a liquefied natural gas pipeline project from offshore fields.