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Dec 2022
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Low Carbon Intensity Aromatics - A Technoeconomic and Carbon Intensity Study

This report compares the various options for lowering carbon intensity of aromatics production (benzene, toluene, mixed xylenes, and para-xylene) via technoeconomic, carbon intensity, and strategic analysis. 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: US, Brazil, China, and Western Europe. Additional regions/countries are available as an add-on.
Aug 2022
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy
Petrochemicals
Oil, Gas and Refined Products

Low Carbon Intensity Ethylene - A Technoeconomic and Carbon Intensity Study

This report compares the various options for lowering carbon intensity of ethylene production via technoeconomic, carbon intensity, and strategic analysis. Regional cost and carbon intensity baselines, comparative carbon intensities (including breakdown and analysis by Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions) of decarbonization configurations, cost of productions, and impacts of carbon tax/credits on competitiveness (including break-even values) are analyzed across four regions: US, Brazil, China, and Western Europe. Additional regions/countries are available as an add-on.
Dec 2021
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Polymers and Plastics
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Biomethanol as a Platform Chemical (2021 Program)

This report is a technoeconomic and carbon intensity comparison analysis of biomethanol (via feedstock switching to biogas, gasification, and power-to-methanol) and potential downstream base chemical products (acetic acid, ethanol, ethylene, propylene, BTX, and gasoline) which form the backbone of the modern chemical industry in turn can be used to produce most conventional petrochemicals, and therefore “green” these value chains. Carbon intensity reductions are valorized in case study scenarios of carbon emissions prices, and break even carbon values are estimated on a regional basis.