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The industry uses methanol to freeze-protect equipment in producing wells, among other uses.
The site where the trailer was left was not related to the trucking company or the methanol's destination.
Hydrogen already is heavily used in the chemical industry, for instance, to make ammonia and methanol.
Peppermint oil has been linked with reducing pain, stomach upset, and other symptoms of IBS, largely because of the anti-spasmodic effects of methanol found in the stuff.
The sealant — not Tri-Kote 26 — was about 80% by weight ethanol and methanol, a very flammable mixture.
Dioxide Materials is not alone in trying to commercialize the process: Already, chemical giant BASF has announced plans to produce liquid methanol fuel using a similar method.
In the permit that was found to be flawed by the board, the methanol plant was estimated to produce up to 1 million metric tons of carbon emissions a year.
This one is 24 miles south near the world's largest methanol factory, in a 16-year-old, 10,000-capacity venue named after a gold medal-winning Olympic sprinter.
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First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
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