Overall techno-economic feasibility of commercial bio-naphtha production and steam cracking is investigated in this report. Various biofeedstocks and potential locations have been incorporated into the technological and production cost analyses of the leading process technologies within the study. Global production, consumption, and trade patterns of the major steam cracker products are included.
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Through an analysis of fracking fluids in 5,100 shale gas and tight oil wells in the U.S., Nexant's multi-client study profiles the impact of North American shale development and regulations on: average and median chemical consumption per well, frequency of use, purpose, market size, value, and trends.
This study takes a long-term strategic view of the global market out to 2030 covering the prospects for gas supply and demand, infrastructure investment in gas pipelines, storage and LNG facilities, as well as international gas trade and wholesale gas prices. Three scenarios are considered which are designed to test what might happen under different market states: broad balance, supply surplus, and supply deficit. Projections are based using Nexant's propreitary World Gas Model.
This study analyzes the economics of an integrated coal-based gasification complex producing electric power via IGCC technology and chemical derivatives.
This study details the major issues surrounding carbon capture and storage in the power and industrial sectors. Study includes: technology, costs, applications, transport and storage, and regulatory information based on current policy and the impacts of proposed future legislation.
This new study analyzes the technologies and economics of base load LNG plants and reviews alternative project execution strategies.
This study provides an in-depth quantitative and qualitative analysis of the various end-uses and production processes for converting large, remote natural gas reserves to viable commodity products.
This study provides an in-depth analysis of the manufacturing processes, and economics for converting large, remote natural gas reserves to viable products.
This study provides a comprehensive update of market structures, competition, supply/demand analysis, and trends in quality/specifications and business attractiveness for both finished lubricants and base oils in Asia.