Intratec Discloses Costs of Ethylene Dichloride Production From Ethylene and Chlorine
New report details capital investment and operating costs of an EDC Plant
Houston, TX, July 26, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Intratec Solutions LLC, the leading source for chemical markets data and production cost reports, is pleased to announce a new report examining the costs of production of 1,2-Dichloroethane, also known as Ethylene Dichloride (EDC).
The new report presents a techno-economic analysis of Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) production from ethylene and chlorine in the USA using a direct chlorination process consisting in a liquid-phase high temperature chlorination (HTC). This detailed study presents plant construction cost, Ethylene Dichloride production cost breakdown, and raw materials consumption figures. It may be extended with supplemental analyses, such as Production Unit Cost Breakdown per Pieces of Equipment and Process Flow Diagrams & Equipment List, among others.
The new study is now part of Intratec portfolio of more than 900 up-to-date, independent and cost-effective reports. Intratec studies can be purchased online at Intratec website, via credit cards.
The content of the new report can be checked at www.intratec.us/analysis/edc-e11a
For other Intratec reports focused on the costs of production of EDC via other manufacturing processes, different raw materials, and/or different locations, visit www.intratec.us/analysis/ethylene-dichloride-production-cost
About Intratec Solutions LLC
Intratec (www.intratec.us) is an independent research and leading advisory firm, recognized for excellence in the evaluation of chemical markets and the economics of industrial processes. Since 2002, the production cost reports and online databases we provide have boosted the early recognition of promising research and capital investment opportunities in the chemical, petrochemical, oil, plastic, renewable, alternative energy & allied sectors.
Tags: CAPEX, Capital Investment, Cost Analysis, Dichloroethane, EDC, Ethylene Dichloride, Feasibility Study, Investment Estimate, Manufacturing Process, OPEX, Production Cost, Techno-economic Analysis