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Economics of DPC Production Processes

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Impartial feasibility studies focused on diphenyl carbonate (DPC) manufacturing economics, showing CAPEX, OPEX, key process indicators and process diagrams.

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Economics of DPC Production Processes

  1. 1. Know the capital investment required Examine the operating costs & raw materials consumption Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) is a phenol derivative broadly used in conjunction with bisphenol A in the manufacture of polycarbonates. The Intratec portfolio (www.intratec.us/our-portfolio) includes reports examining specific DPC production processes. Each report presents one-time costs associated with the construction of an industrial plant and the continuing costs associated with the daily operation of such a plant. General information included in our reports is presented below. AN INTRODUCTION TO DPC PROCESS TECHNOLOGY THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING * Description & applications * Production pathways diagram * Product(s) generated & raw material(s) consumed * Physico-chemistry highlights * Industrial site production capacity definition * Detailed process block flow scheme & description * Key process input & output figures (including raw material(s) consumption) * Labor requirements CAPITAL INVESTMENT BREAKDOWN * Total fixed capital required (ISBL, OSBL and contingency) * Working capital * Costs incurred during industrial plant commissioning and start-up * Multi-regional fixed capital analysis PRODUCTION COST DETAILED LOOK * Manufacturing variable costs (raw materials and utilities required) * Manufacturing fixed costs (e.g., labor and maintenance costs, operating charges, plant overhead) * Depreciation and corporate overhead costs * Production cost history (4-year timeframe) Understand DPC production costs Industrial Process Economics About Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) Reports Coverage of Diphenyl Carbonate Process Economics Reports Each report examines one specific Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production process, including: PROCESS ECONOMICS QUICK SUMMARY TABLE LABOR WAGE RATES AND PRICING BASIS REFERENCES & ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY
  2. 2. About our Methodology Intratec has distilled the expertise gained from more than a decade supporting companies worldwide to devise consistent methodologies, which ensures the development of holistic, coherent and consistent reports. Intratec's highly experienced engineers start the development of process economics reports with in-depth, comprehensive research on the technology examined, encompassing patents and available technical literature, non-confidential information provided by technology licensors and Intratec's in-house database. This exhaustive research provides a clear and consistent understanding of the process technology studied, including chemical, biological and/or physical transformations occurring in the target process, as well as reactants required and products formation. That knowledge is compiled into a detailed process block flow scheme and a mapping of key process input & output figures (including raw materials consumption). Finally, in the assessment of the economic figures of the process technology under analysis, Intratec’s team relies on an extensive in- house database and robust cost models. Our cost models were founded on a number of established cost-estimating methods, based on mathematical and statistical processing of an extensive volume of actual cost data of well-known industrial processes. For a 10-page description of our methodology, visit www.intratec.us/reports/industrial-processes-economics Reports Focused on DPC Production Economics ECONOMICS OF DPC PRODUCTION FROM PHOSGENE (DPC E11A) This report presents the economics of Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production from phosgene and phenol using a typical interfacial process. The economic assessment assumes a plant located in the USA. ECONOMICS OF DPC PRODUCTION FROM ETHYLENE OXIDE (DPC E21A) This study reviews the costs associated with Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production from ethylene oxide and phenol in the USA. The process examined is similar to Asahi Kasei process, which involves the generation of dimethyl carbonate (DMC) intermediate. ECONOMICS OF DPC PRODUCTION FROM DIPHENYL OXALATE (DPC E31A) This report presents a techno-economic study about Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production from phenol in the USA. The process under analysis is similar to Ube process, which involves: production of dimethyl oxalate (DMO) intermediate from methanol; DMO reaction with phenol to produce diphenyl oxalate (DPO); and decarbonylation of DPO to DPC. ECONOMICS OF DPC VIA CARBONYLATION OF METHANOL (DPC E41A) It presents the economics of Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production from phenol and methanol using a process similar to the one proposed by SABIC. In this process, methanol undergoes an oxidative carbonylation to form dimethyl carbonate (DMC), which reacts with phenol to produce DPC. The economic analysis presented is based on the construction of an industrial plant in the USA. ECONOMICS OF DPC PRODUCTION FROM PHENOL (DPC E51A) This feasibility study reviews Diphenyl Carbonate (DPC) production from phenol. Different from the report “DPC E41A”, the process under analysis is an oxidative carbonylation process, which involves the direct reaction of phenol with carbon monoxide to form DPC. For a complete and updated list of available reports, visit www.intratec.us/products/dpc-production-processes
  3. 3. Industrial Process Economics Reports Family Intratec's Industrial Process Economics reports are a family of reports presenting techno-economic evaluations of specific processes employed in the production of chemicals or utilities. Our portfolio includes more than 600 of these reports, covering established and early-stage process technologies used in the chemical, petrochemical, oil, plastic, renewable, alternative energy & allied sectors. See below the list of chemicals and utilities whose processes are covered in our process economics reports. For a complete and updated list, visit www.intratec.us/our-portfolio. 3-Hydroxypropionic Acid Acetone Acetylene Acetyls Acrylic Acid and Derivatives Acrylic/Maleic Copolymer Acrylonitrile Adipic Acid Aldehydes Alkylbenzenes Amino Acids Ammonia Aniline Biodiesel Bisphenol A BTX Butadiene and C4's C6's Caprolactam Carbon Monoxide Chlorine and Derivatives Chloroprene Citric Acid Cosmetics Cumene Detergents Dicyclopentadiene Diesel Dimethyl Carbonate (DMC) Dimethyl Terephthalate Diols Diphenyl Carbonate Dyes & Pigments Electricity Epichlorohydrin Ethanol Ethylene Ethylene Oxide Fertilizers Fibers Fire Retardants Food Additives Furans and Derivatives Glycerol Glycols Hydrogen Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Peroxide Industrial Gases Insecticides Isocyanates Isophthalic Acid Isoprene Lactic Acid Linear Alpha Olefins Methacrylic Acid and Derivatives Methanol MTBE Nitric Acid Nitro Aromatics Nylon Oxalic Acid Oxo Alcohols Pentaerythritol PET Pharmaceuticals Phenol Phosgene Phthalic Anhydride Polyacrylate Polyacrylonitrile Polyalphaolefins Polycarbonates Polyesters Polyethers Polyethylenes Polylactic Acid (PLA) Polypropylene Polyurethanes Propanol and Isopropanol Propylene Propylene Oxide PVC Reformate Resins Silanes Silicones Siloxanes Sodium Hydroxide Speciality Polymers Styrenics Succinic Acid Sulfuric Acid Synhetic Rubbers Synthesis Gas Vitamins Terephthalic Acid Trimethylolpropane Urea Vinyls
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