Methanol Plants

A portfolio to meet all your needs: Whatever your methanol production requirements may be, we can meet them. Whether you need 10 or 10,000 metric tons per day (tpd), we can supply you with precisely the plant you want.

Whatever feedstock you want to use – anything from renewable raw materials. Hydrogen and Carbon Oxides containing gases in almost any combination, pure CO2 to natural gas – we have the production technology you need.

Methanol

Our methanol plants come in three capacity categories:

Methanol Plant 10-100 tpd

For Power to Methanol (PtM) projects: produced in cooperation with Swiss Liquid Future (SLF) and the SLF/Uhde Methanol process using feedstocks from renewable energy sources, e.g. hydrogen produced by our own thyssenkrupp water electrolysis technology fueled with wind, solar, or water power.

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Methanol Plant 100-3000 tpd

Produced as a rule in gas-powered plants with syngas production by means of Uhde steam reformers and a conventional or the AdWinMethanol® synthesis loop depending on the capacity.

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Methanol Plant 3000-10000 tpd

Produced by AdWinMethanol® technology without steam reformers.

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Due to the proximity of syngases and its generation, thyssenkrupp can serve the needs of our clients with unique and integrated solutions for the combined production of methanol and Ammonia.

One-stop-shop solution for your methanol plant

As a process-oriented and international reputable contractor with more than 2,000 plants built, we offer technology and EPC solutions from a single source.

At thyssenkrupp, we built our first methanol plant as long ago as 1931. Our experience in high-pressure, high temperature processes goes back even further – 95 years. Our engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) know-how enables us to guarantee the punctual completion of your turnkey methanol plant.

With our engineering centers around the globe, we achieve excellent performance at world market prices and ensure vicinity to our clients.

Methanol Plants by thyssenkrupp