Production Cost Report

Ethylene Dichloride Production Cost Reports

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Ethylene Dichloride (a.k.a. EDC, 1,2-Dichloroethane, DCE) is the most produced chlorinated hydrocarbon by a wide margin. It is a colorless liquid with an odor that resembles chloroform. It is mainly used to produce vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), starting material in the production polyvinyl chloride (PVC), one of the highest commercialized plastic polymers worldwide.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Ethylene Dichloride 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 (Q2 2019).

You can find below reports focused on Ethylene Dichloride production processes available in report subscriptions offered by Intratec.

Ethylene Dichloride from Ethylene and Chlorine - Cost Analysis | EDC E11A

Techno-economic analysis of Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) production from ethylene and chlorine in the USA using a direct chlorination process consisting in a liquid-phase high temperature chlorination (HTC).

Analysis: 500 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages

Ethylene Dichloride from Ethylene and Chlorine - Cost Analysis | EDC E13A

This report presents the economics of Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) production from ethylene and chlorine by direct chlorination in the USA. The process examined in this report is based on a liquid-phase high temperature chlorination (HTC) process, similar to the one developed by Vinnolit.

Analysis: 500 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages

Ethylene Dichloride Production from Ethylene and HCl - Cost Analysis | EDC E21A

Feasibility study of Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) production from ethylene and hydrogen chloride in the USA using an oxychlorination process carried out in fluidized-bed reactors.

Analysis: 500 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   107 pages