Webinar: The ups and downs of China’s CTO/MTO development

Are CTOs and MTOs heading in separate directions? China has turned to large-scale steam crackers to answer its shortage of ethylene and derivatives – so where does that leave coal- or methanol-to-olefins (CTO/MTO)?

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Source: Wood Mackenzie Chemicals

Thanks to higher methanol prices, investors have lost interest in MTO projects. For CTO, although there are several integrated projects underway, it is obvious that the investment speed has slowed down.

What does the future of MTO and CTO look like, and will they be able to survive this new cracker investment wave? What does the future of MTO and CTO look like, and will they be able to survive this new cracker investment wave? In our webinar we discuss the development path of China’s CTO/MTO and hypothesize the outlook of this once-brilliant industry.

Webinar: The ups and downs of China’s CTO/MTO development

This webinar was held on Thursday, June 21, 2018 and was presented by Kelly Cui and Stephen Zinger.

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