Methanol Part II: Is the workboat sector ready?

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Is the workboat sector ready for methanol?

It certainly has its issues. It has a 12°C flashpoint; is highly flammable; in daylight burns invisibly; installations need sensors such as heat detectors and leak alarms; and it’s pretty toxic for human biology: generally more so than for marine life.

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