WEBINAR - Options for lowering carbon intensity of aromatics production
Note, this Webinar was held on February 8th - if you missed it Contact Us for further information.
NexantECA's Steve Slome will present this webinar highlighting the various options for lowering carbon intensity of aromatics production (benzene, toluene, mixed xylenes, and para-xylene). The discussion will draw on the analysis, include key learnings and strategic insights from our recent Special Report (Low Carbon Intensity Aromatics: A Technoeconomic and Carbon Intensity Study). Regional cost and carbon intensity baselines, comparative carbon intensities of decarbonization configurations, cost of productions, and impacts of carbon tax/credits on competitiveness (including break-even values) are analyzed across four regions in the report: US, Brazil, China, and Western Europe.
Wednesday March 8, 2023 @ 2PM GMT
Duration: 45 minutes
Wednesday March 8, 2023 @ 7PM GMT
Duration: 45 minutes
Along with many other sectors, aromatics are facing a decarbonization push—and are especially important as they are part of the backbone of the chemical industry. They are important feedstocks for many other products, including commercially significant polymers. Aromatics decarbonization is complicated by the fact that there are many possible feedstocks (methanol, ethanol, natural oils, cellulose, waste plastics, and even corn and sugar) that can enter an already complex production system.
The Graphic below includes the routes that will be discussed.
About the Presenter...
Steve Slome, Biorenewable Insights Program Manager
Steve is the Program Manager for the Biorenewable Insights Program. He is an expert in renewable energy and chemicals technology having worked on and managed dozens of projects over the years, including technoeconomic evaluations, due diligence, market studies, and carbon intensity modeling. Steve has been with NexantECA for over 15 years.
About Us - NexantECA, the Energy and Chemicals Advisory company is the leading advisor to the energy, refining, and chemical industries. Our clientele ranges from major oil and chemical companies, governments, investors, and financial institutions to regulators, development agencies, and law firms. Using a combination of business and technical expertise, with deep and broad understanding of markets, technologies and economics, NexantECA provides solutions that our clients have relied upon for over 50 years.
If you would like to receive regular updates regarding our products and services, then please sign up to our Mailing List.