CEH: Petrochemical Industry Overview Report

CEH: Petrochemical Industry Overview

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Dec 2020. Bridging the gap between basic energy and end-use consumer products, the chemical industry is a primary enabler of modern living, providing significant economic benefits to many countries through continuous investment and commensurate job and revenue creation throughout many end-use value chains. Crude oil, natural gas, and coal provide the raw materials consumed in chemical plants operating all over the world, producing millions of tons of higher-value basic chemicals, intermediates, and plastics. In the petrochemical industry, the organic chemicals produced in the largest volumes are methanol, olefins (ethylene, propylene, and butadiene), and aromatics (benzene, toluene, and xylenes). These seven primary petrochemicals are precursors to a wide variety of chemical and plastic products that in turn are the key building blocks for the manufacture of durable and nondurable consumer goods. Given the number of organic chemicals and the variety and multitude of ways by which they are converted, the discussion in this report focuses on these seven petrochemicals, their feedstock sources, and their end uses.

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  • Publish Date: 2020-12-14
  • Chemical Focus: Olefins
  • Number of Pages: 171
  • Content Type: Report
  • Delivery: Email with link to PDF file

Highlights

    • Global summary; regional coverage
    • Producers with annual capacities and plant sites
    • Consumption and five-year forecast by end-use application
    • Price and production figures and trends
    • Trade imports and exports

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