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Isoprene
Isoprene
2-Methyl-1,3-Butadiene
Isoprene (a.k.a. 2-Methyl-1,3-Butadiene) is an organic compound, in the hydrocarbon class. It is a colorless volatile liquid with aromatic odor. Isoprene is found naturally in many plants and animals (humans included), and the isoprene’s polymers are the main component in natural rubber. The first uses of isoprene were in the 1940s in the USA and it became extensively commercialized in the 1960s. Currently, around 800000 metric tons are produced annually and most of it is used in the production of a synthetic version of natural rubber.

Isoprene Production Cost Reports - 2019/20

Capital Investment & Operating Cost of Isoprene Plants

Isoprene (a.k.a. 2-Methyl-1,3-Butadiene) is an organic compound, in the hydrocarbon class. It is a colorless volatile liquid with aromatic odor. Isoprene is found naturally in many plants and animals (humans included), and the isoprene’s polymers are the main component in natural rubber. The first uses of isoprene were in the 1940s in the USA and it became extensively commercialized in the 1960s. Currently, around 800000 metric tons are produced annually and most of it is used in the production of a synthetic version of natural rubber.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Isoprene production. Each study describes an industrial plant, including main process units and site infrastructure, and presents an independent analysis of capital and operating costs. All reports are based on the most recent economic data available (2019/20).

Bio-Isoprene Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E11A

Feasibility analysis of Bio-Isoprene production from glucose syrup in the USA using an aerobic fermentation process.

Analysis Basis: United States   |   2019 Q1   |   106 pages   From $799

Bio-Isoprene Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E12A

Techno-economic study of a fermentation process for Isoprene production from glucose in the USA. Different the process analyzed in the report “Isoprene E11A”, in the process examined in this report glucose syrup undergoes anaerobic fermentation for isoprene production.

Analysis Basis: United States   |   2019 Q1   |   107 pages   From $799

Bio-Isoprene Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E21B

The process presented in this report is the same examined in the report “Isoprene E11A”, with two exceptions: (1) the plant is constructed in Germany, and (2) the feedstock used is raw sugar.

Analysis Basis: Germany   |   2019 Q1   |   106 pages   From $799

Bio-Isoprene Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E22B

This report examines the same process presented in the report “Isoprene E12A”, with the exceptions that the plant is constructed in Germany and the raw material used is raw sugar. The raw sugar is first hydrolyzed into invert sugars, then they are fed to anearobic fermentation to produce isoprene.

Analysis Basis: Germany   |   2019 Q1   |   107 pages   From $799

Isoprene Production from Crude C5s - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E31A

This study approaches the economics of Isoprene production from a crude C5s stream in the USA using a two-step extractive distillation process similar to BASF N-methylpyrrolidone (NMP) process.

Analysis Basis: United States   |   2019 Q1   |   107 pages   From $999

Isoprene Production from Isobutylene - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E41A

This report presents the economics of Isoprene production from isobutylene and formaldehyde in the USA via a typical two-step carbonylation process. Initially, isobutylene is reacted with formaldehyde forming 4,4-dimethyl-1,3-metadioxane (4-4 DMD). This intermediate is then cracked in the presence of a solid catalyst and steam, producing Isoprene.

Analysis Basis: United States   |   2019 Q1   |   107 pages   From $1,199

Isoprene Production from Acetylene and Acetone - Cost Analysis | Isoprene E51A

Economic analysis of Isoprene production from acetylene and acetone in the USA using a process similar to a Snamprogetti Acetylene-based process. Initially, acetylene and acetone undergo an addition reaction forming methylbutynol. This chemical is then subjected to a selective hydrogenation forming methylbutenol, which is finally dehydrated yielding Isoprene and water.

Analysis Basis: United States   |   2019 Q1   |   107 pages   From $1,199

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