Production Cost Report

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Intratec is a leading provider of production cost reports, focused on basic chemicals, inorganics and fertilizers, plastics, fibers and rubbers, green chemicals, biofuels and specialties. Since 2002, leading players and institutions across the globe have used our reports for economic evaluations of chemical production processes.

We have distilled our expertise, gained from more than a decade of supporting companies worldwide in the analysis of chemical production economics, and developed unparalleled subscription plans for feasibility studies on chemicals production. Since 2015, leading companies have benefited from our subscriptions!

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Key Process Information

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Utilities Consumption

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Implementation Schedule

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Assessment presenting relevant technical coefficients, accompanied by process description:

  • Raw materials consumption
  • Products generation
  • Labor requirements
  • Main process units description
  • Site infrastructure description
  • Block Flow Diagram

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Detailed assessment of utilities consumption:

  • Utility consumption rates per unit of product generated.
  • Share of each utility in the total utility costs.

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Preliminary project implementation schedule, encompassing:

  • Basic Engineering
  • Detailed Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Construction
  • Plant Start-up

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Capital Cost Analysis

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Operating Cost Analysis

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Capacity Analysis

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Analysis depicting all costs involved in starting a new industrial plant (capital investment):

  • Cost of construction
    (main process units, infrastructure, contingency)
  • Additional owner’s costs
  • Working capital
  • Plant commissioning and start-up

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Analysis depicting all costs surrounding the production of chemical:

  • Raw materials acquisition & utilities generation (manufacturing variable costs)
  • Labor wages, maintenance, operating charges, overhead, taxes and insurance (manufacturing fixed costs).
  • Corporate overhead costs

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Analysis of process economics for alternative plant capacities:

  • Plant costs of construction
  • Working capital
  • Variable and fixed operating costs
  • Depreciation
  • Corporate overhead

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What are Intratec Production Cost Reports Subscriptions?

Production Cost Reports Subscriptions are Intratec's most valued offer: as a subscriber, you will receive 3 up-to-date reports every month, paying just a fraction of the cost! These reports are filled with information about the costs of producing basic chemicals and inorganics, plastics, green chemicals, biofuels, and much more!

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As a subscriber of Intratec reports, you will be able to download the reports as non-printable PDF files.

Kindly note that Intratec does not deliver hard-copies of the reports.

Can I access reports already released?

Yes, you may also receive the reports already released, which are available for ‘Pro’ or ‘Enterprise’ subscribers that also order "Reports Archive."

Can I choose the reports I will receive as a subscriber?

Under any subscription plan, the specific reports to be delivered will be exactly the ones presented in the “Reports Subscription Library”.

In addition, subscribers to the ‘Enterprise Plan’, exclusively, can order up to three bonus reports from Intratec reports store, at no additional cost.

Can I ask questions about the reports I received?

Yes! ‘Enterprise Plan’ subscribers are entitled to technical support, who will provide answers to questions you may have about your reports’ content!

Kindly note, however, that the technical support is only available for subscribers to the ‘Enterprise Plan’.

Can I choose the reports I will receive under a subscription plan?

You can examine the list of upcoming reports under a subscription plan by checking the respective “Reports Subscription Library”, below.

What are the Extra Analyses?

Extra analyses are additional chapters in each report. With them, you will have even more in-depth techno-economic analyses of chemical production processes!

Please note that only subscribers to the Pro and Enterprise plans will receive reports with extra analyses.

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Reports Subscription Library

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1 Polyvinyl Chloride via Bulk Polymerization Process | PVC E12A See content To be Released
in August 2019
2 Reformate Production from Naphtha | Reformate E23A See content
3 Hexamethylene Diisocyanate Production | HDI E12A See content
4 Sodium Hydroxide via Lime-Soda Process | Sodium Hydroxide E21A See content To be Released
in September 2019
5 Ethylene Dichloride Production from Ethylene and HCl | EDC E21A See content
6 Benzene Production from Pygas | Benzene E11A See content
7 Epichlorohydrin Production from Propylene | ECH E21A See content To be Released
in October 2019
8 Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride | Chlorine E12A See content
9 Mixed Methylchlorosilanes Production | Chlorosilanes E11A See content
10 General Purpose Polystyrene Production | PS E11A See content To be Released
in November 2019
11 Styrene/Acrylonitrile Resin Production | SAN E11A See content
12 Toluene Diisocyanate from Toluene via Phosgenation | TDI E24A See content
13 Neopentyl Glycol Production Process | Neopentyl Glycol E11A See content To be Released
in December 2019
14 HDPE Production via Slurry Loop Process | HDPE E13A See content
15 IPDI Production from Isophorone and Chlorine | IPDI E11A See content
16 ABS Production via Mass Process | ABS E12A See content To be Released
in January 2020
17 Acrylic Acid Production from Propylene | Acrylic Acid E11A See content
18 Carbon Fiber Production from PAN | Carbon Fiber E11A See content
19 Reformate Production from Naphtha | Reformate E22A See content To be Released
in February 2020
20 Bio-Butanol Production from Corn | Butanol E11A See content
21 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Naphtha | Ethylene E72B See content
22 Methyl Methacrylate from Acetone | MMA E11A See content To be Released
in March 2020
23 Linear Alpha Olefins from Ethylene | LAO E13A See content
24 Allyl Chloride Production Process | Allyl Chl E11A See content
25 Benzene Production from Toluene | Benzene E34A See content To be Released
in April 2020
26 Glacial Acrylic Acid from Crude Acrylic Acid | Acrylic Acid E51A See content
27 PG Propylene Production from RG Propylene | Propylene E61A See content
28 Epichlorohydrin Production from Glycerol | ECH E31A See content To be Released
in May 2020
29 Citric Acid Production from Corn | Citric Acid E11A See content
30 PG Ethylene Production from Ethylene-Rich Gas | Ethylene EC1A See content
31 Ethyl Acetate Production from Ethanol and Acid Acetic | Ethyl Acetate E11A See content To be Released
in June 2020
32 Hydrogen via Natural Gas Steam Reforming | Hydrogen E11A See content
33 Butanol Production from Ethanol | Butanol E31A See content
34 Bio-Acrylic Acid Production from Raw Sugar | Acrylic Acid E41B See content To be Released
in July 2020
35 Lactic Acid Production from Raw Sugar | LA E21B See content
36 Propylene Production from Vacuum Gas Oil | Propylene E51C See content
1 Styrene Butadiene Rubber Production | SBR E12A See content Released
in July 2019
2 Caprolactam Production from Phenol | Caprolactam E51A See content
3 ABS Production via Emulsion Process | ABS E11A See content
4 2-Propylheptanol Production Process | 2-PH E11A See content Released
in June 2019
5 Propylene Glycol from Propylene Oxide | Propylene Glycol E31A See content
6 Methyl Methacrylate from Isobutylene | MMA E31A See content
7 Propylene Oxide from Propylene and Ethylbenzene | Propylene Oxide E31A See content Released
in May 2019
8 Sulfuric Acid from H2S Gases via Wet Sulfuric Acid Process | Sulfuric Acid E31A See content
9 Paraxylene Production from Mixed Xylenes | Paraxylene E12A See content
10 Syngas Production from Natural Gas | Syngas E11A See content Released
in April 2019
11 Polycarbonate Production from BPA and DPC | PC E21A See content
12 Polybutadiene Production via Solution Process | BR E21A See content
13 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process | EVA E11A See content Released
in March 2019
14 Sodium Polyacrylate Production Process | Sodium Polyacrylate E21A See content
15 Linear Alpha Olefins from Ethylene | LAO E12A See content
16 Ethylene Oxide Production from Ethylene | EO E11A See content Released
in February 2019
17 HDPE Production via Slurry Process | HDPE E11A See content
18 Bio-Methionine Production from Raw Sugar | Methionine E21B See content
19 Hydrogen via Natural Gas Partial Oxidation | Hydrogen E12A See content Released
in January 2019
20 Nitrile Rubber Production | NBR E11A See content
21 Butanediol Production from Acetylene | Butanediol E31A See content
22 Acetaldehyde Production from Acetylene | Acetaldehyde E32A See content Released
in December 2018
23 Ethylene Glycol Production from Ethylene | MEG E11A See content
24 Polyethylene Terephthalate Production Process | PET E12A See content
25 2-Ethylhexanol Production Process | 2-EH E11A See content Released
in November 2018
26 Sulfuric Acid from Spent Acid via Double-Contact Process | Sulfuric Acid E41A See content
27 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Naphtha | Ethylene E71B See content
28 Polypropylene Random Copolymer Production | PP E31A See content Released
in October 2018
29 Propylene Production from Propane | Propylene E32A See content
30 DL-Methionine from Acrolein, Methyl Mercaptan and HCN | Methionine E41A See content
31 Sodium Hydroxide via Diaphragm Process | Sodium Hydroxide E12A See content Released
in September 2018
32 Polylactic Acid Production from Corn | PLA E41A See content
33 Prilled Urea from Ammonia via CO2 Stripping Process | Urea E12A See content
34 MTBE Production from Butane | MTBE E41A See content Released
in August 2018
35 Polyacrylonitrile Production | PAN E11A See content
36 Polyhydroxybutyrate Production Process | PHB E11A See content
37 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process | EVA E12A See content Released
in July 2018
38 Hydrogen Cyanide Production | HCN E11A See content
39 Linear Alpha Olefins from Ethylene | LAO E11A See content
40 FDCA Production from Raw Sugar | FDCA E21B See content Released
in June 2018
41 Prilled Urea from Ammonia via Self-Stripping Process | Urea E11A See content
42 Polyoxymethylene from Methanol and Acetic Anhydride | POM E21A See content
43 Ethylene Production via Cracking of Ethane/Propane | Ethylene E21A See content Released
in May 2018
44 Vinyl Acetate from Acetic Acid and Ethylene | VAM E11A See content
45 Propylene Production from Methanol via MTO Process | Propylene E42A See content
46 Ethanol Production from Corn Dry Milling | Ethanol E41A See content Released
in April 2018
47 Titanium Dioxide Production Process | Titanium Dioxide E11A See content
48 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Gas Process | PP E13A See content
49 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose | LA E11A See content Released
in March 2018
50 Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride | Chlorine E22A See content
51 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of n-Butane | Ethylene E41A See content
52 Isopropyl Alcohol Production from RG Propylene | Isopropanol E11A See content Released
in February 2018
53 Polyethylene Furanoate Production from Raw Sugar | PEF E31B See content
54 Vinyl Chloride Production from Acetylene | VCM E31A See content
55 Cyclohexane from Benzene and Hydrogen | Cyclohexane E11A See content Released
in January 2018
56 Paracetamol Production from p-Nitrochlorobenzene | Paracetamol E11A See content
57 Polyethylene Furanoate Production from Glucose | PEF E21A See content
58 Propylene Production from Methanol via MTP Process | Propylene E41A See content Released
in December 2017
59 Ethylene Production via Ethanol Dehydration | Ethylene E82A See content
60 Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate Production | SLES E11A See content
61 Aniline Production from Nitrobenzene | Aniline E13A See content Released
in November 2017
62 L-Lysine Sulfate Production from Glucose | Lysine E31A See content
63 DL-Methionine from Methional and Hydrogen Cyanide | Methionine E11A See content
64 Nitrobenzene Production from Benzene | NB E11A See content Released
in October 2017
65 Bio-Succinic Acid Production from Glucose | Succinic Acid E25A See content
66 Carbon Fiber Production from Pitch | Carbon Fiber E21A See content
67 Methanol Production from Natural Gas | Methanol E11A See content Released
in September 2017
68 Bio-Adipic Acid Production from Glucose | Adipic Acid E23A See content
69 Aluminum Chloride Production Process | Aluminum Chloride E11A See content
70 Ethylene Production from Methane | Ethylene EA1A See content Released
in August 2017
71 Polylactic Acid Production | PLA E11A See content
72 Calcium Carbonate Production from Limestone | Calcium Carbonate E11A See content
73 Maleic Anhydride Production from Butane | MAN E11A See content Released
in July 2017
74 Lactic Acid Production from Lactose | LA E31A See content
75 Diammonium Phosphate Production | DAP E11A See content
76 Butanediol Production from Maleic Anhydride | Butanediol E61A See content Released
in June 2017
77 Polyethylene Furanoate Production | PEF E11A See content
78 Methionine Hydroxy Analog Production Process | Methionine E61A See content
79 Butadiene Production from n-Butane | Butadiene E11A See content Released
in May 2017
80 Biobased Adipic Acid Production from Glucose | Adipic Acid E22A See content
81 Polyethylene Terephthalate Production Process | PET E11A See content
82 Terephthalic Acid Production from p-Xylene | TPA E12A See content Released
in April 2017
83 FDCA Production from Glucose | FDCA E11A See content
84 Sulfuric Acid from Sulfur via Double-Contact Process | Sulfuric Acid E11A See content
85 Ethylene Glycol Production from Ethylene | MEG E12A See content Released
in March 2017
86 L-Lysine-HCl Production from Glucose | Lysine E12A See content
87 Calcium Hypochlorite Production via Sodium Method | Calcium Hypochlorite E11A See content
88 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Ethane | Ethylene E11A See content Released
in February 2017
89 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose | LA E13A See content
90 Hydrogen Peroxide Production Process | H2O2 E11A See content
91 Propylene Production from Propane | Propylene E31A See content Released
in January 2017
92 Bio-Methionine Production from Glucose | Methionine E31A See content
93 Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride | Chlorine E11A See content
94 Ammonia Production from Natural Gas | Ammonia E21A See content Released
in December 2016
95 Methanol Production from Natural Gas | Methanol E12A See content
96 DL-Methionine from Propylene, Methyl Mercaptan and HCN | Methionine E71A See content
97 Butadiene Production from Carbon Monoxide | Butadiene E71A See content Released
in November 2016
98 Ethylene Propylene Rubber Production | EPDM E11A See content
99 Ethylene Production from Methanol | Ethylene E91A See content
100 Bio-Butadiene Production from Glucose | Butadiene E41A See content Released
in October 2016
101 Methyl Ester Sulfonate Production Process | MES E11A See content
102 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Gas Process | PP E14A See content
103 Acrylonitrile Production from Propylene | Acrylonitrile E11A See content Released
in September 2016
104 L-Lysine-HCl Production from Raw Sugar | Lysine E21B See content
105 Polylactic Acid Production from Raw Sugar | PLA E31B See content
106 Bio-Butanediol Production from Glucose | Butanediol E11A See content Released
in August 2016
107 HDPE Production via Gas-Phase Process | HDPE E12A See content
108 Propylene Production from Propane | Propylene E33A See content
109 Isononanol Production Process | Isononanol E12A See content Released
in July 2016
110 LLDPE Production via Gas Phase Process | LLDPE E22A See content
111 Maleic Anhydride Production from Butane | MAN E12A See content
112 Isononanol Production Process | Isononanol E11A See content Released
in June 2016
113 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Bulk Process | PP E11A See content
114 Toluene Diisocyanate from Toluene via Phosgenation | TDI E23A See content
115 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose | LA E15A See content Released
in May 2016
116 LLDPE Production via Gas Phase Process | LLDPE E31A See content
117 Butanediol Production from Succinic Acid | Butanediol E21A See content
118 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Isobutane | Ethylene E51A See content Released
in April 2016
119 Ethylene Glycol Production from Syngas | MEG E41A See content
120 Methanol Production from Natural Gas | Methanol E13A See content
121 Butyl Acrylate Production from Propylene and Butanol | Butyl Acrylate E21A See content Released
in March 2016
122 Acrylic Acid Production from Propane | Acrylic Acid E91A See content
123 Succinic Acid from Maleic Anhydride | Succinic Acid E41A See content
124 Acrylonitrile Production from Propylene | Acrylonitrile E12A See content Released
in February 2016
125 Ammonia Production from Syngas | Ammonia E11A See content
126 Isopropyl Alcohol Production from Acetone | Isopropanol E31A See content
127 Acetic Acid Production from Methanol | Acetic Acid E21A See content Released
in January 2016
128 Propylene Production via Metathesis | Propylene E11A See content
129 Ethylene Glycol Production from Carbon Dioxide | MEG E21A See content
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Extra Analyses

Extra analyses complement each report. With them, you will have in-depth techno-economic assessments of chemical production processes!

Utilities Consumption Breakdown

This supplemental analysis is a detailed assessment of utilities consumption, presented per utility (e.g., steam, cooling water, electricity.) It presents:

  • The utility consumption rates per unit of product generated.
  • The share of each utility in the total utility costs.

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Plant Construction Cost Breakdown per Discipline

With this analysis you get a more detailed perspective on the Plant Construction Cost and understand the impact of direct construction costs and indirect construction costs. It presents:

  • The plant construction cost divided in direct costs, indirect costs and contingency.
  • Direct costs broken down into bare equipment, equipment setting, piping civil, steel, instrumentation & control, electrical, insulation, and painting.
  • Indirect costs divided in engineering & procurement, construction material & indirects, general & administrative overheads and contract fee.

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Economic Analysis for Different Capacities

This analysis depicts how the economics of the process is impacted by the plant scale. It is an interactive spreadsheet in which the user may define an alternative capacity and check the change of the following figures:

  • Plant cost, broken down into process units (ISBL), process contingency, site infrastructure (OSBL) and project contingency.
  • Working capital and additional capital requirements.
  • Variable and fixed operating costs, as well as depreciation.
  • Remaining components of product value: corporate overhead and return on capital employed (ROCE)

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Project & Construction Implementation Schedule

With this analysis you will know upfront a preliminary project implementation schedule, encompassing the period from the decision to invest to the start of commercial production.

The schedule is divided in the following steps: (1) Basic Engineering, (2) Detailed Engineering, (3) Procurement, (4) Construction, and (5) Plant Start-up.

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Technical Support

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