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Dec 2022
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy
C1 Chemicals and Fertilizers

Methane Pyrolysis for Turquoise Hydrogen (2022 Program)

This report offers a comprehensive techno-economic analysis of newly commercial and emerging methane pyrolysis technologies for the production of “turquoise” hydrogen, which can be produced from both fossil and renewable methane sources and produces a carbon byproduct that can be sequestered or displace existing fossil products. Technologies including thermal plasma, uncatalyzed pyrolysis, catalytic pyrolysis, molten metal/molten salt, and non-thermal plasma are covered, and key players within each major route have their technical maturity and processes profiled. Process economics are also provided for thermal plasma processes. The report also includes an analysis of turquoise hydrogen in the context of other low-carbon hydrogen routes.
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Low Carbon Intensity Aromatics: A Technoeconomic and Carbon Intensity Study - 2022

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.
Nov 2022
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Oil, Gas and Refined Products
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights - Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) (2022 Program)

This report is techno-economic analysis of available technologies for the production of pipeline quality renewable natural gas. Major technologies covered at the cost of production level include biogas upgrading (via anaerobic digestion or landfill gas collection), SNG, CO2 reforming, and microbial electrosynthesis. Carbon intensity of these routes is compared and capacity maps for key regions are also included.
Sep 2022
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Specialty Chemicals and Advanced Materials

Polyester Polyols (2022 Program)

This report is a comprehensive analysis of the polyester polyol industry. The analysis provides cost of production estimates for the major types of polyester polyols as well as formulations and estimated raw materials cost for varying feedstocks. To introduce the commercial aspect of the industry, a review of the market, applications and the overall value chain is made. A carbon intensity analysis including scope 1 and 2 emissions outlines the environmental impact of the technologies.
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 - 2022

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.
Jun 2022
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Polymers and Plastics

Emerging Technologies to Recycle Plastic Waste (2022 Program)

This report examines advanced recycling processes for recycling polyolefins, polystyrene, and polyethylene terephthalate. Profiles of the main companies that offer solvent purification, decomposition, and enzymatic hydrolysis processes are included.  Cost estimates are presented to produce recycled PP, recycled PS, and recycled PET pellets from waste material, at USGC, Western Europe, China, and Japan locations. Global and regional PET, PE, PP, and PS/EPS market outlooks that could be targeted by mechanical and/or emerging recycling technologies are also provided.
May 2022
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Conventional Carbohydrate Feedstocks (2022 Program)

This report examines the various options for carbohydrate feedstocks. Technology analysis includes crop production and sugar production from carbohydrate crops. Economic Analysis includes cost of production models for sugars (4 corn dextrose models, 3 sugar beet sucrose models, and 4 sugarcane sucrose models in each region as regionally relevant) and crops in the US (2 corn models, sugarbeet, sugarcane), Western Europe (wheat, corn, sugarbeet), Brazil (2 corn models, 2 sugarcane models), Asia (2 corn models in China, and Sugarcane in India). A regional supply analysis is also included. Expected contract pricing for sugars and utilizable intermediates (e.g., thick juice) is also provided.
Mar 2022
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Polymers and Plastics
Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Natural Oil Feedstocks (2022 Program)

This report investigates oleaginous biofeedstocks for renewable chemicals and fuels. Descriptions of major oilseeds and crushing technologies to produce oils, as well as developmental natural oil sources are described. Regional cost of production models for oilseeds and crushing to produce oils are also included, as well as regional and country level production data.
Dec 2021
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Petrochemicals

Advances in Propane Dehydrogenation (2021 Program)

Propane dehydrogenation capacity continues to grow at much higher rates than traditional propylene production routes. This report covers major technology licensors and their latest PDH process offerings and includes production economics prepared on a USGC, Western Europe, Middle East, and China basis. Global and regional propylene supply and demand are provided.
Dec 2021
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Renewable Chemicals and Energy

Biorenewable Insights: Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) as a Sustainable Feedstock (2021 Program)

This report analyzes developments in municipal solid waste (MSW) technologies. Waste conversion technologies such as gasification, pyrolysis, mass burn incineration, anaerobic digestion, or aerobic composting are analyzed as alternatives to landfilling. The report provides economics of various disposal configurations in the US, China, Brazil, and Western Europe under a consistent 2021 price scenario. Regional industry analyses of waste generation and composition in the US, Europe, and Asia Pacific regions are also offered.

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