Houston, TX, June 09, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Intratec Solutions LLC (www.intratec.us), the leading provider of techno-economic publications and process consulting for chemical and allied industries, is pleased to announce the release of the newest publication of the Technology Economics Program (TEC) – Propylene Production from Methanol, Q2 2012.
The publication includes a detailed analysis of a methanol-to-propylene process similar to the Lurgi MTP® and JGC/Mitsubishi DTP® processes, where propylene is produced from Methanol (MTP), presenting key technical information such as process description, flow diagrams, heat and material balances, consumption figures, and major equipment list. The study also provides an in-depth evaluation of the economics of such process, based upon a plant fully integrated with a petrochemical complex, presenting capital investment and operating costs for industrial units constructed in the US Gulf, Germany, and China, as well as the investment for different integration scenarios.
Propylene Production from Methanol is available at established distribution channels such as Amazon.com and HP Magcloud. The report is also offered in digital format at Intratec’s website, at an introductory price of US$ 799. A preview of the publication can be found at:http://www.intratec.us/publications/propylene-production
TEC is a multi-client program developed by Intratec that provides, by way of periodic reports, reliable techno-economic assessments of mature chemical process technologies used by the chemical, polymer, refining and allied industries. The next publications will target:
* Propane Dehydrogenation Technologies
* Polypropylene Technologies via Gas
* Polypropylene Technologies via Bulk
For more information about this publication or customized chemical process feasibility studies contact Intratec at email@example.com.
Intratec (http://www.intratec.us) has been the unrivalled provider of techno-economic publications and process consulting for chemical and allied industries. Intratec's wide spectrum of services include process plant configuration studies, competitive technical intelligence analyses, energy optimization studies, capital cost build-up of entire facilities from individual equipment-level concept design, technical opportunities identification and opportunity portfolio optimization in existing plants and technology evaluation for emerging technologies among others. With offices in USA, Mexico, Brazil and Canada, Intratec serves readers and clients wherever they need.