A small Washington town may build the world’s largest methanol plant, but do locals want it?

This article is about a proposed methanol plant in a small town on the Columbia River between Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. If built, it would become the largest natural-gas-to-methanol plant in the world.  Also, the company behind it is connected to a Chinese state-owned enterprise. Read the full piece at Crosscut:

A small Washington town may build the world’s largest methanol plant, but do locals want it?

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