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Commodity Price Database Oil, Gas & Derivatives

Ethanol Prices | Historical & Forecast

Access charts depicting Ethanol prices in Brazil, Netherlands, China, Saudi Arabia and United States. Subscribers to our Commodity Price Database have access to prices of as many as 218 commodities, across several countries from main world regions.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Cellulosic Ethanol from Corn Stover (Ammonia Conditioning)

This study presents the economics of second generation Ethanol production from corn stover in the United States. The process under analysis consists in a biochemical conversion composed of three main steps. Initially, biomass undergoes pretreatment with dilute acid and ammonia conditioning. Then, the cellulose is hydrolyzed to sugars, which are fermented to ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Cellulosic Ethanol from Corn Stover (Overliming)

This study presents the economic analysis of Ethanol production from corn stover in the United States. The process under analysis consists in a biochemical conversion composed of three main steps. Initially, biomass undergoes pretreatment with dilute acid and overliming. Then, the cellulose is hydrolyzed to sugars, which are fermented to ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Cellulosic Ethanol from Switchgrass (Hydrolysis of Cellulose)

This report presents the economics of second generation Ethanol production from switchgrass in the United States via a biochemical conversion process composed of three main steps. Initially, biomass undergoes pretreatment with dilute acid and ammonia conditioning. Then, the cellulose is hydrolyzed to fermentable sugars, which are fermented to Ethanol. Electricity is also generated.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol and Sugar Production from Sugarcane

This report presents a techno-economic study of hydrous Ethanol and raw sugar production from sugarcane using a typical process in Brazil. In this process, part of the sugarcane juice is used in the production of raw sugar and part is fermented to produce hydrous Ethanol. The sugarcane bagasse is burned for electricity generation.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Corn Stover (Intermediate: Hemicellulose)

This feasibility study presents the economics of Ethanol production from corn stover in the United States using a process similar to GreenPower, developed by American Process. In this process, only hemicelluloses are extracted from biomass and used to produce hydrous ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Corn Stover (Intermediates: Cellulose and Hemicellulose)

This report presents a techno-economic analysis of second generation Ethanol production from corn stover in the United States using a process similar to AVAP technology, developed by American Process. In this process, cellulose and hemicelluloses are obtained from biomass and are used to produce hydrous ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Sugarcane Bagasse (Cellulose and Hemicelluloses)

This report approaches the economics of second generation Ethanol production from sugarcane bagasse in Brazil using a biochemical conversion process similar to AVAP technology, developed by American Process. In this process, cellulose and hemicelluloses are obtained from biomass. They are used to produce hydrous ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Sugarcane Bagasse (Hemicelluloses)

This feasibility study provides the economic analysis of second generation Ethanol production from sugarcane bagasse in Brazil. The process examined is similar to GreenPower, also developed by American Process. In this process, only hemicelluloses are extracted from biomass and are used to produce hydrous Ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Switchgrass (Hydrolysis of Cellulose and Hemicelluloses)

This feasibility study provides an economic analysis of Ethanol production from switchgrass in the United States using a biochemical conversion process similar to AVAP technology, developed by American Process. In this process, cellulose and hemicelluloses are obtained from biomass. They are used to produce hydrous ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Gasification and Direct Conversion)

This report provides a economic analysis of second generation Ethanol production from wood chips via a thermochemical process in the United States. In this process, biomass is subjected to gasification generating syngas, which is then converted to hydrous Ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Gasification and Hydrocarbonylation)

This study provides the economics of cellulosic Ethanol production from wood chips in the United States. In this case, wood chips are gasified to syngas. Methanol and then dimethyl ether (DME) intermediate are produced from syngas, being then converted to Ethanol via hydrocarbonylation.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Gasification and Mixed Alcohols Distillation)

This report presents the economics of Anhydrous Ethanol production from wood chips in the United States. In the process examined, wood feedstock is submitted to direct gasification, producing synthesis gas. Next, the syngas is converted to mixed alcohols. The alcohol mixture is then distilled, yielding anhydrous ethanol and a mixture of higher molecular weight alcohols.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Hydrolysis of Cellulose and Hemicelluloses)

This report presents a techno-economic analysis of Ethanol production from wood chips in the United States using a process similar to AVAP, developed by American Process. In this process, cellulose and hemicelluloses are obtained from biomass and are used to produce hydrous ethanol via fermentation of monomer sugars.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol from Wood Chips (Hydrolysis of Hemicellulose)

This feasibility study provides the economic analysis of second generation Ethanol production from wood chips in the United States. The process examined is similar to GreenPower, also developed by American Process. In this process, only hemicelluloses are extracted from biomass and are used to produce hydrous Ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol Production from Corn Dry Milling

This study presents the economics of hydrous Ethanol production from corn in the United States using a typical dry milling process. Initially, corn is ground, slurried with water and then submitted to enzymatic hydrolysis, which convert starch to glucose. Next, the glucose is fermented to Ethanol by yeasts, yielding Hydrous Ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Petrochemicals

Ethanol Production from Ethylene

This report presents the economics of hydrous Ethanol production from ethylene in the United States using a typical direct hydration process. In this process a catalytic addition of water to ethylene occurs via a phosphoric acid catalyst in a fixed-bed reactor.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol Production from Municipal Solid Waste (Combined Reforming)

This study provides an economic analysis of Ethanol production from municipal solid waste (MSW) using an integrated process in the United States. After pretreatment, MSW is gasified to syngas. The synthesis gas is then sent to a tar reforming and a steam reforming to convert methane and residual light hydrocarbons into more syngas and also adjust its H2/CO ratio. Finally, the syngas is transformed into ethanol and higher alcohols using Fischer-Tropsch catalysts.

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Ethanol Production from Municipal Solid Waste (Sugar Fermentation)

This report presents a techno-economic study of Ethanol production from municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States using a process similar to AVAP technology, developed by American Process. The cellulose is initially removed from MSW before it is hydrolyzed to monomer sugars. The sugars are then fermented to hydrous ethanol.

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Ethanol Production from Sorghum

This report presents an economic analysis of hydrous Ethanol production in the United States using a typical process based on sorghum feedstock. In this process, free sugars are extracted from the sorghum, while cellulose is hydrolyzed. The mixture is then fermented to produce hydrated ethanol.

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Production Cost Reports Renewables & Recyclables

Ethanol Production from Sugarcane

This study provides an economic analysis of hydrous Ethanol production in Brazil using a typical process based on sugarcane feedstock. In this process, sucrose is extracted from sugarcane and it is fermented to produce hydrated Ethanol. The sugarcane bagasse is burned for electricity generation.

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Construction Cost Indexes Oil, Gas & Derivatives

Adjust Construction Cost of Ethanol Plants over Time

Get indexes for adjusting the construction cost of Ethanol plants from one time period to another. Subscribers to Process Plant Cost Indexes (IC Indexes) can update capital costs of industrial plants located in as many as 36 countries worldwide

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Construction Location Factors Oil, Gas & Derivatives

Convert Construction Cost of Ethanol Plants from one Country to Another

Get factors for translating the construction cost of Ethanol plants from one country to the country of your interest. Subscribers to Process Plant Location Factors (IL Factors) can convert plant investments between as many as 35 countries worldwide.

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