Multi-client Studies
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Multi-client Studies

Batteries and Energy Storage: The Next Technology Advances

Fri, January 26, 2018

View Proposal Here (PDF format) TCGR Proposes New Study! Batteries and Energy Storage: The Next Technology Advances The race to commercialize electric vehicles and hybrids (EV/HB), as well as autonomous vehicles, has intensified in the last three (3) years, prompting many commercial and technological questions relative to the sustainable growth of lithium-ion (Li-B) batteries for

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Oil-to-Chemicals: Technological Approaches and Advanced Process Configurations

Tue, December 12, 2017

View Presentation Here (PDF format) Direct Oil-to-Chemicals (O-t-C) Conversion to Increase as Imbalances Between Fuels and Petrochemicals Expand; Investments Beyond the Majors to Intensify TCGR RELEASES NEW STUDY! Oil-to-Chemicals: Technological Approaches and Advanced Process Configurations Refiners and petrochemical producers who gathered at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the AFPM (Mar. 11-13 in New Orleans) got

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The Separations Report: Commercial, Technical and R&D Assessment in Refining, Petrochemical/Syngas, Natural Gas and Industrial Gases

Thu, November 09, 2017

View Presentation Here (PDF format) JUST COMPLETED!New Multi-Client from TCGR! “The Separations Report: Commercial, Technical and R&D Assessment in Refining, Petrochemicals/Syngas, Natural Gas and Industrial Gases” This TCGR multi-client study was completed in October 2017 and its specific contents (as reflected in the report’s actual TofC on pages 9–22 of the presentation), reflect the inputs

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Productivity Advances for Syngas, Olefins and their Derivatives

Wed, September 06, 2017

JUST ANNOUNCED!New Multi-Client Study from TCGR “Productivity Advances for Syngas, Olefins and their Derivatives”  There is an ongoing need to improve the energy efficiency and productivity of existing syngas, olefins and derivatives processes because of the improvement in incremental technologies, and catalysts, which are retrofittable into existing operations. These include the extension of turnaround maintenance

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Polyolefin (PO) Catalysts & Processes: Technological and Commercial Impacts on PE and PP, 2015-2025

Tue, May 30, 2017

If you are interested in receiving the TCGR presentation on Polyolefins made at “Advances in Polyolefins XI” (Santa Rosa, CA; Sept. 25-28, 2017) please contact John J. Murphy at 215.628.4447 or email John.J.Murphy@catalystgrp.com JUST COMPLETED! New Select-Client Study from TCGR “Polyolefin (PO) Catalysts & Processes: Technological and Commercial Impacts on PE and PP, 2015-2025” In response

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