22 May 2013 10:13 [Source: ICIS news]
The ICIS US Polypropylene (PP) Margin report provides an incisive view of how feedstock and operational costs are affecting PP production margins. This enables you to analyse factors critical to production planning, trading and settling contracts.
The report covers several models, including integrated PP production from refinery-sourced propylene, the dominant feedstock for PP production in the US. Other models include integrated PP production from naphtha and standalone (or non-integrated) PP production from polymer-grade propylene. With the growing significance of propane dehydrogenation (PDH) in the US, a theoretical model for integrated PP production from propane is also considered.
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