The future of a planned and much-discussed methanol factory in Washington State, which is set to produce "climate friendly" methanol for Asia, and which has tanker operator Hafnia as a co-investor along with the Chinese state, looks more than bleak.
On Tuesday, the State of Washington Department of Ecology turned its thumb down at the methanol plant, which is planned to be built in Kalama at the Columbia River.
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