Unleash the potential of your Naphtha Steam Cracker

The global ethylene market grows at 3.0-3.5% annually, which amounts to 6-7 MM MTA increase in demand every year.  Greater than 95% of ethylene is produced using steam cracking.  The two of the main feedstocks for steam crackers are naphtha and ethane with each supplying >45% of all ethylene production.  Ethane cracking tends to have lower Cash Cost of Production, supply is regional and insufficient to meet the global ethylene demand.  Naphtha cracking has several disadvantages: high feed stock cost, lower ethylene yields and a large number of by-products with a wide range of values.  So how can the efficiency of naphtha crackers be improved?

Join us to learn more about how Honeywell UOP’s newly launched Integrated Olefin Suite of technologies (IOS) helps to:
   - Increase profitability from naphtha cracking operations to improve competitiveness
   - Increase light olefin production (ethylene and/or propylene) even when feedstocks are constrained
   - Increase, decrease, or eliminate steam cracker by-products (e.g., butadiene, butenes, benzene)
   - Facilitate an economic transition from fuels to petrochemicals
   - Maximize production of light olefins from high-priced bio-naphthas

Alan Cepla
Sr. Business Development Director, Petrochemicals
Honeywell UOP

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