I work in upstream and we would like to implement a cold process as water dew point control (and HC) using methanol as the freezing point depressant/hydrate inhibitor. We hear that this could cause downstream problem and/or a price penalty. I would therefor like to hear from people who works in downstream what causes the issues with methanol and is it true that we could expect a price penalty (i know i could ask internally but thats often slow business )
Best regards, Morten
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