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Commodity Cost

Commodity Cost of Production | Report Samples

Browse Full Samples of Reports Examining Commodity Production Costs

Each Intratec Commodity Cost of Production report describes an specific process technology and presents an independent cost of production analysis, encompassing analyses of capital cost (capex) and operating costs (opex).

All reports share the same structure and depth of content. To clearly demonstrate the type of information presented in Intratec Commodity Cost of Production reports, check below free full samples.

Propylene Production from Ethylene and Butenes

This is a full sample of an advanced edition Commodity Cost of Production report, presenting a cost analysis of Polymer Grade (PG) Propylene production from ethylene and raffinate-2 using a metathesis process. The process examined is similar to Lummus Technology's Olefins Conversion Technology (OCT). In this process, Polymer Grade Propylene is produced through a metathesis reaction of ethylene with 2-butene, present in raffinate-2 feedstock. An up-to-date report about this technology can be purchased here.

Details: 350 kta United States-based plant   |   2013   |   Advanced Edition

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Gasification and Mixed Alcohols Synthesis)

This is a full sample of an extended edition Commodity Cost of Production report, presenting a cost analysis of second generation Ethanol production from wood chips via a thermochemical process. The process examined is similar to the one reported by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). In this process, biomass is subjected to gasification generating syngas, which is then converted to anhydrous Ethanol. The process employs concepts similar to those proposed in patents issued to Range Fuels. Mixed alcohols are generated as by-products. An up-to-date report about this technology can be purchased here.

Details: 100 kta United States-based plant   |   2014   |   Extended Edition

Ethylene Glycol Production from Carbon Dioxide

This is a full sample of a basic edition Commodity Cost of Production report, presenting a cost analysis of Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) production from carbon dioxide (CO2) using an electrochemical process. The process examined is similar to Liquid Light process. In this process, CO2 is electrochemically converted to oxalic acid, which is then hydrogenated to MEG. An up-to-date report about this technology can be purchased here.

Details: 150 kta United States-based plant   |   2014   |   Basic Edition