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China: Leading the World in on-purpose propylene production technologies – Part 2


China: Leading the World in on-purpose propylene production technologies – Part 2

Report summary

Historically, most propylene has been produced as a by-product from steam crackers or refineries. In the future, production from on-purpose technologies will grow much faster than these traditional by-product processes. The advent of on-purpose production will structurally alleviate the propylene supply tightness in China. This two-part Insight will focus on the two main on-purpose technologies, propane dehydrogenation and methanol-to-olefins/methanol-to-propylene, that are prevalent in China.

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  • China: Leading the World in on-purpose propylene production technologies – Part 2 PDF - 300.15 KB 6 Pages, 0 Tables, 4 Figures
  • Economics Snaphot & Projects Summary.xls XLS - 396.50 KB

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  • Propane (PDH) vs. Methanol (MTO/MTP)
  • Economics Comparison
  • Viability of on-purpose projects in China
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Propane (PDH) vs. Methanol (MTO/MTP)
  • Economics Comparison
    • Total capital investment index in 2013
    • Split of CTP total capital investment cost
    • Cash cost split in 2013 ($/ton)
    • Feedstock cost comparison in 2013 ($/ton)
  • Viability of on-purpose projects in China
  • Conclusion
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