This report discusses the process technologies and economic considerations for tire pyrolysis, which is the thermal degradation of end-of-life tires to produce pyrolysis oil, pyrolysis gas, and char, which can be processed to produce recovered carbon black (rCB). The current status of the industry, and its potential outlook is discussed, as are production economics and viability in North America and Western Europe.
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This report is a comprehensive analysis of the polyurethane industry. The analysis provides cost of production estimates for the major types of polyurethane as well as formulations and estimated raw material costs for over 20 more specialized types. An overview of the sustainability of the value chain is made with introductions to key recycling technologies. Market estimates and an industry overview are also included to outline the commercial aspect of the industry.
This techno-economic report reviews the chemistry, properties, technology, and development trends of polyether polyols. The report provides polyether polyol economics for trifunctional, higher functional and epoxidized vegetable oil polyols(USGC, Western Europe, and China) under a consistent first quarter 2020 price scenario. Regional market analyses for the major global regions is also included.
This report discusses the process technologies and production economics for purified terephthalic acid (PTA) which is commercially produced by the oxidation of para-xylene with air followed by purification and recovery/recycle of catalysts and solvents. Production economics for the United States, Middle East, and China are assessed and regional market analyses are also presented.
Thermoplastic polyolefin elastomers were developed over the past few decades as a means to bridge the gap between rubber and plastics using olefinic feedstocks. Covered in this report are in-situ TPOs, compounded TPOs, TPVs, Polyolefin Elastomers and Plastomers, and Olefin Block Copolymers.
PBT, a commercially important engineering polymer, is commonly made by the direct esterification of purified terephthalic acid (PTA) with 1,4 butanediol (BDO), followed by polycondensation. This report includes an analysis of PBTs markets, end-uses, and production technologies. Production economics were prepared for world-scale continuous and batch production plants using composite PBT technologies; both routes from DMT and PTA were modelled. The analysis was prepared for plants located in the U. S. Gulf Coast, Western Europe, and Coastal China.
Global Polyolefins Technology Report - 2020 provides detailed analysis of developments in polyolefins (LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE, polypropylene) technology and includes all major licensed technologies, as well as technologies not licensed but important to the polyolefins industry. Focuses on factors within the industry and the external market that shape technology developments and competitive positioning.
The chemistry, process technology, and production economics for polycarbonate are assessed. Comparative economics are presented for interfacial, non-phosgene melt (DMC via oxidative carbonylation and via methanolysis of ethylene carbonate), phosgene melt, and isosorbide processes. A regional market overview is also included.
This report investigates the various developments in biobased fibers for textile applications including natural and synthetic fibers. Commercial technologies for the production of bio based PLA, PHA, PTT, and nylon are analyzed in depth. Analyses include technical descriptions and cost of production estimates. A market summary of the global fibers market is also provided.
The chemistry, process technology, and production economics for linear alpha olefins are assessed. Comparative economics are presented for full-range technologies (Chevron Phillips, INEOS, Shell, SABIC/Linde, Axens, Idemitsu) and on-purpose production of butene-1 (Axens, Zeon), hexene-1 (Chevron Phillips, Axens, Sasol), and octene-1 (Dow, Sasol). A regional market overview is also included.