This methanol plant uses low pressure process from Lurgi of Germany. The plant has capacity of 165,000 TPY if raw material is natural gas, or 190,000 TPD if raw material is naphtha. The plant has three process sections. The first section receives and clean raw material, which is heated to fixed temperature and in fixed ratio mixed with water steam. This mixture goes to reformer where at app. 1000 degree C in special pipes filled with catalyst to generate synthesis gas. The second process section is for raw methanol synthesis, which is an exothermal reaction in synthesis loop. The first section uses 4 columns for final methanol production distillation. Three of the columns are used for methanol distillation, and the fourth column for re-distllation of waste water and deprivation of alcohol addition. The plant has Foxboro control system. The plant has shut down and is currently cold preserved.