The purpose of this report is to analyze technologies available and commercial developments for technologies that convert glycerin to other chemical products. Bio-renewable glycerin-to-chemical technologies are currently being developed for the production of bio-monomers, bio-polymers, biofuels, and chemical intermediates. The purpose of this study is to assess the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing several different products from glycerin, including: propylene, propylene glycol, propylene oxide, acrylic acid, epichlorohydrin, glycerin carbonate, glycidol, and PHAs.
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This report provides profitability and price projections to 2035 for petrochemicals and polymers in Western Europe.
Analysis and forecast of supply and demand of the global natural gas market which includes projections to 2035 for key regional gas markets, focusing on gas trade and wholesale gas prices.
Carbon fiber is a high-value product with exceptional properties (lightweight and high strength). This report reviews the commercial and developing technologies for carbon fiber production. The economics of the PAN-based and pitch-based processes have been estimated for plants located in the United States, Western Europe, Japan and China. In addition, the report discusses the motivations behind recent capacity additions and provides a high-level analysis of the business and strategic considerations as well as the technology availability from the perspective of a company entering or expanding into the carbon fiber market. This analysis is underpinned by a review of end-use sector consumption as well as regional market dynamics.
Analysis and forecast to 2035 of supply and demand of the global polyurethane intermediates markets, including nitrobenzene, aniline, methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) and toluene diisocyanate (TDI). This analysis identifies the issues shaping the industry as well as provide demand, supply and net trade data for 40 countries.
The purpose of this report is to analyze technologies available and commercial developments for technologies that ethanol to other value added chemical and fuel products. Bio-renewable ethanol-to-chemical technologies are currently being developed for the production of bio-monomers, bio-polymers, biofuels, and chemical intermediates. The purpose of this study is to assess the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing several different products from ethanol, including: ethylene (and derivatives), butadiene, isobutylene, butanol, and gasoline among other possible products.
This presentation presents key findings from our recently published report, Market Analytics: Linear Alpha Olefins Market - 2018, providing a detailed analysis of the alpha olefins industry including butene-1, hexene-1 and octene-1; supply, demand and trade analysis is presented for all major geographies and countries. An evaluation of the higher alpha olefins is also included along with long term forecasts to 2035.
The importance of Africa cannot be undermined; it continues to offer perhaps the greatest growth opportunities with regards to fertilizer consumption but faces obstacles that hamper its potential. This white paper provides insight into the opportunities and challenges for developing Africa’s fertilizer market as well as the opportunities for GCC producers to invest in the fertilizer industry in African countries.
Analysis and forecast of supply and demand of the global vinyl acetate monomer (VAM) market. This report includes discussion regarding key market drivers and constraints, as well as supply, demand and trade analysis for nine regions: North America, South America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and China with five year forecasts. Analysis, including competitive landscape, who’s who of suppliers and cost competitiveness along with a snapshot of latest pricing trends is also included by region.
Detailed analysis of developments in polyolefin 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.