Our Members


Setting Industry Standards, Unlocking Membership Benefits

IMPCA has 62 members consisting of a representative sample of methanol producers, consumers, service providers and marketing companies engaged in the industry. Today most members operate globally.

Join IMPCA and Fuel Success

Discover the benefits of becoming an IMPCA member and how to join.


Find answers to frequently asked questions about methanol and IMPCA’s role.

What is methanol?

Methanol is a colorless liquid that is commonly used as a solvent, fuel, and raw material in various industries. It is also known as wood alcohol and can be produced from natural gas, coal, or biomass.

What is IMPCA?

IMPCA, the International Methanol Producers and Consumers Association, is a non-profit organization that represents stakeholders in the global methanol industry. It sets quality standards, organizes industry events, and promotes beneficial activities for its members.

How can I join?

To join IMPCA, please visit our Join Us page and fill out the membership application form. Our team will review your application and contact you with further details.

What are the benefits?
  • Opportunity for Participation: Members actively shape the association’s direction through committee involvement.
  • Networking Opportunities: Gain access to industry events and membership lists, fostering valuable connections.
  • Information Access: Members access a wealth of methanol-related information and technical studies.
  • Building Relationships: Collaborate with universities to foster knowledge exchange and research partnerships.
  • Addressing Common Interests: IMPCA addresses industry-wide issues through collective efforts.
  • Promoting Industry Awareness: Members promote industry benefits and engage with universities to enhance public understanding.
  • Open Membership: Membership benefits are available to qualifying companies. Contact us for more information on joining.”
How can I contribute?

There are several ways to contribute to the methanol industry through IMPCA. You can participate in working groups, share your expertise at industry events, and collaborate on research and development projects.