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Biorenewable Insights: Isobutylene

Sep 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
The purpose of this report is to analyze developments in bio-based isobutylene technologies.  Isobutylene derived from bio-based materials or processes can be converted into a number of chemical products—potentially improving the GHG profile of the process, including everything from rubber, to personal care products, to flavors and fragrances.  The purpose of this study is to assess the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing isobutylene.
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Biorenewable Insights: Polypropylene

Sep 2016/Renewable Chemicals and Energy
This report analyzes developments in bio-based polypropylene technologies.  Polypropylene derived from bio-based materials or processes can improve the GHG profile of the process.  This study assesses the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of producing polypropylene from biological sources.
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Strategic Business Analysis: Phosphate Rock Supplement Report - 2017

Coming soon/Inorganic Chemicals and Fertilizers
The NEW Phosphate Rock report identifies the strategic trends and issues that will shape the phosphates industry based upon a review of the fundamental business drivers and their dynamics, covering global markets and pricing outlook, and production process developments. Cost competitiveness for phosphate fertilizers production versus phosphate rock imports in key markets will also be discussed.
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Hydrocarbon Resins

Aug 2016/Polymers and PlasticsPetrochemicalsSpecialty Chemicals and Advanced Materials
The report provides an overview of hydrocarbon resin process chemistry and a comparison of commercial technologies for different types of hydrocarbon resins.  Cost of production estimates are included in selected regions for synthetic petroleum hydrocarbon resins (aliphatic, aromatic, waterwhite and polyterpenes) and natural hydrocarbon resins (rosin).  A market review including regional capacities and supply/demand analysis is also presented for synthetic petroleum hydrocarbon resins.
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Base Case Introduction and Global Assumptions - Q2 2016

Aug 2016/Oil, Gas and Refined Products
This report covers the global assumptions as of June 2016.  A summary containing key trends in the data is also provided.
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Global Projections Base Case - Q2 2016

Aug 2016/Oil, Gas and Refined Products
This report covers the global projections as of June 2016.  A summary containing key trends in the data is also provided.
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Base Case Gas and LNG Price Outlook - Q2 2016

Aug 2016/Oil, Gas and Refined Products
This report covers the gas and LNG price outlook as of June 2016.  A summary containing key trends in the data is also provided.
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China’s Refining Industry - The Transforming Giant

Coming soon/Oil, Gas and Refined Products
China’s fuel demand pattern is changing.  Structural changes in China’s economy are transforming the trade position of this giant economy in the refined products market.  The study will provide subscribers with insightful analysis to the changing nature of the refining industry in China and its regional and global impact.
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Vinyl Acetate

Aug 2016/PetrochemicalsPolymers and Plastics
The report provides an analysis of the commercial acetylene-based and ethylene-based technologies for the production of vinyl acetate monomer (VAM), including a review of proprietary processes developed by major VAM producers. Cost of production estimates are included to illustrate the cost competitiveness of different routes in selected regions. A market review including regional capacities and supply/demand figures is also presented.
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Phosphate and NPK Fertilizers

Aug 2016/Inorganic Chemicals and Fertilizers
This  report provides a technical and economic review of phosphate and NPK technologies. Comparative economics for different global locations (USGC, China, and the Middle East) are presented for the production of monoammonium phosphate, diammonium phosphate, triple superphosphate, and NPK 16.5-16.5-16.5  via a slurry granulation processes, as well as the the production of NPK 16.5-16.5-16.5 using nitrophosphate technology. A regional market analysis for ammonium phosphates and triple superphosphate is also included.

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