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Will carbon costs destroy the added value from refinery-petrochemical integration?

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19 November 2021

Will carbon costs destroy the added value from refinery-petrochemical integration?

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In the coming years, additional legislative pressures are expected to impact site margins, most notably government charges on carbon emissions. So in an update to our case study, we have used REM-Chemicals and PetroPlan to scrutinise the possible impact of carbon costs at the Onsan site. We also take a look at how a site with a higher degree of petrochemical integration, Hengli, is affected by such charges.

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