Production Cost Report

Methanol Production Cost Reports

Reports Available in Subscriptions

Methanol (a.k.a. Methyl Alcohol, Wood Alcohol) is a colorless liquid at ambient temperatures with a mild, characteristic alcohol odor. It is one of the most important chemical raw materials, used as a solvent, starting material in the production of chemicals and in the fuel sector.

Intratec offers professional, easy-to-understand reports examining Methanol 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 Methanol production processes available in report subscriptions offered by Intratec.

Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E11A

This study presents the economics of large-scale Methanol production from natural gas in the United States. In the process examined, natural gas is first converted into synthesis gas (syngas) by means of conventional steam reforming and then the syngas is converted into Methanol.

Analysis: 1,000 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages

Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E12A

This study presents the economics of large-scale Methanol production from natural gas in the United States. Differently from the process examined in the report “Methanol E11A”, natural gas is first converted into synthesis gas (syngas) by means of conventional steam reforming and secondary autothermal reforming.

Analysis: 1,700 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages

Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E13A

This study presents the economics of large-scale Methanol production from natural gas in the USA. In the process examined, natural gas is first converted into synthesis gas (syngas) by means of gas heated steam reforming and secondary autothermal reforming. Then, the generated syngas is converted to Methanol following concepts similar to JM Catalysts LCM Process.

Analysis: 1,700 kta United States-based plant   |   Q2 2019   |   106 pages