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List of PEP Reports and Reviews as of January 2019

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1A/1IsocyanatesIIIJun-68
1A/2IsocyanatesIIIJun-68
1BIsocyanatesVIIINov-73
1C/1IsocyanatesPEP 78Aug-79
1C/2IsocyanatesPEP 78Aug-79
1DIsocyanatesPEP 82Jul-83
1EIsocyanatesPEP 90Aug-92
1FAliphatic Diisocyanates ProcessesPEP 01Feb-02
2*Propylene Oxide and Ethylene OxideIJan-65
2APropylene Oxide and Ethylene OxideIIFeb-67
2BPropylene Oxide and Ethylene OxideVIFeb-71
2CPropylene Oxide and Ethylene OxidePEP 76Apr-77
2DPropylene Oxide and Ethylene OxidePEP 84Feb-85
2EPropylene OxidePEP 92Aug-94
2FEthylene Oxide and Ethylene GlycolPEP 94Jan-97
2GPropylene OxidePEP 01Dec-01
2HPropylene OxidePEP 03Sep-03
2IEthylene GlycolPEP 09Sep-09
3Adipic AcidIMar-65
3AAdipic AcidVIOct-71
3BAdipic AcidPEP 94Sep-96
4Ethylene Propylene Co-Polymer and TerpolymersIApr-65
4AEthylene Propylene Co-Polymer and TerpolymersVOct-70
4BEthylene Propylene Terpolymer RubberPEP 79Jul-81
4CEthylene Propylene Co-Polymer and Terpolymers RubbersPEP 88Mar-90
4DNew Generation EPDM TechnologiesPEP 96Aug-98
5*Vinyl ChlorideIMay-65
5A*Vinyl ChlorideIIFeb-67
5BVinyl ChlorideIXSep-75
5B1Vinyl ChlorideVOct-70
5CVinyl ChloridePEP 81Dec-82
5DVinyl ChloridePEP 96Mar-00
6*Acrylic Acid and Acrylic EstersISep-65
6A*Acrylic Acid and Acrylic EstersIIApr-67
6BAcrylic Acid and Acrylic EstersIXSep-74
6CAcrylic Acid and Acrylic EstersPEP 85Feb-87
6DAcrylic Acid and EstersPEP 03Jul-03
6EAcrylic Acid from GlycerinPEP 11Dec-11
6FAcrylic AcidPEP 15Oct-18
7/1CaprolactamISep-65
7/2CaprolactamISep-65
7A*CaprolactamIIIMar-68
7BCaprolactamXJan-76
7CCaprolactamPEP 95May-98
7DCaprolactamPEP 11Oct-11
8*Wet Process Phosphoric AcidIFeb-66
8A*Wet Process Phosphoric AcidIIJul-67
8BWet Process Phosphoric AcidIXDec-74
8CWet Process Phosphoric AcidPEP 80Aug-82
9Terephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalateIFeb-66
9ATerephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalateIIJan-67
9BTerephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalateVSep-70
9CTerephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalateXAug-76
9DTerephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalatePEP 89Nov-90
9ETerephthalic Acid and Dimethyl TerephthalatePEP 95Jan-97
9FTerephthalic AcidPEP 05Aug-05
9HPurified Terephthalic Acid (PTA)PEP 18Oct-18
10PolyurethanesIMar-66
10APolyurethanesVIIJul-72
10BPolyurethanesPEP 78Jun-80
10CPolyurethanesPEP 89May-91
10DPolyurethanesPEP 02Dec-02
11Methacrylic Acid and Methacrylic EstersIMay-66
11AMethacrylic Acid and Methacrylic EstersVIIIMay-74
11BMethacrylic Acid and Methacrylic EstersPEP 79Jul-80
11CMethacrylic Acid and Methacrylic EstersPEP 83Sep-84
11DMethacrylic Acid and Methacrylic EstersPEP 91Jan-93
11EMethyl MethacrylatePEP 12Aug-12
12*Linear Alpha-OlefinsIJun-66
12ALinear Alpha-OlefinsVIOct-71
12B1Linear Alpha-OlefinsIXOct-74
12CLinear Alpha-OlefinsPEP 87Jul-90
12DLinear Alpha-OlefinsPEP 00Jun-01
12ELinear Alpha-OlefinsPEP 08Dec-08
13*Polyvinyl ChlorideIJun-66
13APolyvinyl ChlorideVMay-70
13BPolyvinyl ChlorideXOct-75
13C1Polyvinyl ChloridePEP 76Apr-77
13DPolyvinyl ChloridePEP 80May-82
13EPolyvinyl ChloridePEP 89Oct-91
14*Potash FertilizersISep-66
15*Vinyl AcetateIAug-66
15AVinyl AcetateVIIJun-72
15BVinyl Acetate/Polyvinyl AcetatePEP 94Jan-96
15CVinyl Acetate MonomerPEP 12Oct-12
16AcetyleneISep-66
16AAcetylenePEP 81Nov-81
17AcrylonitrileINov-66
17AAcrylonitrilePEP 77Jul-79
17A1AcrylonitrileVMar-70
17A2AcrylonitrileVIJun-71
17A3AcrylonitrileVIIIApr-73
17BAcrylonitrilePEP 89Nov-91
17CPropane-Based AcrylonitrilePEP 99Jun-01
18*Polyethylene TerephthalateINov-66
18APolyethylene TerephthalateVIJan-72
18BPolyethylene TerephthalatePEP 98Dec-00
18CPolyethylene TerephthalatePEP 06Sep-06
18DPolyethylene TerephthalatePEP 17Dec-18
19*Linear Polypropylene and PolyethyleneINov-66
19ALinear Polypropylene and PolyethyleneIVOct-69
19BLinear Polypropylene and PolyethyleneVIIIFeb-74
19CHigh Density PolyethylenePEP 76Mar-79
19DHigh Density PolyethylenePEP 86May-89
19EBimodal Linear Low-Density PolyethylenePEP 94Nov-99
19FSupercritical Loop Reactor Slurry Process for Producing Polyethylene and PolypropylenePEP 95Jun-96
19GBimodal High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)PEP 16Nov-16
20ABS ResinsIDec-66
20AABS ResinsVIIDec-72
20BABS ResinsPEP 79Nov-80
20CABS ResinsPEP 93May-95
21Oxo AlcoholsINov-66
21AOxo AlcoholsVINov-71
21BOxo AlcoholsPEP 76May-78
21COxo AlcoholsPEP 84Apr-86
21DOxo AlcoholsPEP 97Dec-99
21EOxo AlcoholsPEP 10Sep-10
21FNew Generation Oxo AlcoholsPEP 12Oct-12
22PhenolIIApr-67
22APhenolVIISep-72
22BPhenolPEP 77Dec-77
22CPhenolPEP 88Mar-91
22DPhenolPEP 05Dec-05
23FormaldehydeIIFeb-67
23AFormaldehydePEP 77Dec-78
23BFormaldehydePEP 18Dec-18
24*AcetaldehydeIIApr-67
24A2AcetaldehydeIXDec-76
25*Xylenes SeparationIIMay-67
25AXylenes SeparationVJul-70
25B1Xylenes SeparationVIIIAug-73
25CXylenes SeparationPEP 96Mar-98
25DAdvances in p-Xylene TechnologiesPEP 06Dec-06
25EAromatics Upgrading TechnologiesPEP 16Dec-17
26*Unsaturated PolyestersIIJul-67
26AUnsaturated PolyestersPEP 76Jan-77
27Linear Higher AlcoholsIIAug-67
28IsopreneIISep-67
28A1IsopreneVIApr-71
28BIsoprenePEP 80May-81
29EthyleneIIAug-67
29AEthylene-PropyleneVIMar-71
29BEthylenePEP 76Mar-78
29CEthylene Plant ConversionPEP 83Jul-85
29DEthylene Industry ProfilesPEP 86Apr-89
29EEthylenePEP 89Oct-91
29FEthylene by Non-Conventional ProcessesPEP 94Aug-98
29GEthylene Plant EnhancementPEP 98Apr-01
29HEthylene by Ethane CrackingPEP 14Dec-14
29IEthylene by Naphtha CrackingPEP 14Dec-14
29JSteam Cracking of Crude OilPEP 15Mar-16
29KNaphtha Catalytic CrackingPEP 17 Dec-17
30*Aromatics BTXIIOct-67
30AAromatics BTXVJul-70
31HexamethylenediamineIINov-67
31AHexamethylenediamineVIISep-72
31BHexamethylenediaminePEP 95Mar-97
31CAdvances in Adiponitrile (ADN) and Hexamethylenediamine (HMAA)PEP 13Apr-14
32HydrogenIIIDec-67
32AHydrogenVIIIDec-73
32BSmall Scale Hydrogen ProductionPEP 03Jul-03
32CHydrogen ProductionPEP 07Sep-07
33*StyreneIIIOct-67
33AStyreneVIIIMar-73
33BStyrenePEP 76Dec-77
33CStyrenePEP 91Mar-93
34Phthalic AnhydrideIIIMar-68
34APhthalic AnhydrideIXJun-74
34BPhthalic AnhydridePEP 96Oct-98
35ButadieneIIIMar-68
35A1ButadieneVIIMar-72
35BButadienePEP 80May-82
35CButadienePEP 94Apr-96
35DButadiene as a Chemical Raw MaterialPEP 97Sep-98
35EOn-Purpose Butadiene (I)PEP 12Dec-12
35FOn-Purpose Butadiene (II)PEP 14Dec-14
36Low Density PolyethyleneIIIApr-68
36ALow Density PolyethylenePEP 75Mar-77
36BLow Density PolyethylenePEP 78Aug-80
36CLinear Low Density PolyethylenePEP 91Feb-93
36DLow Density PolyethylenePEP 05Sep-05
36ELinear Low Density PolyethylenePEP 08Aug-08
37*Acetic AcidIIIMar-68
37AAcetic Acid and Acetic AnhydrideVIIIMar-73
37BAcetic Acid and Acetic AnhydridePEP 93Nov-94
37CAcetic AcidPEP 01Dec-01
38*Epoxy ResinsIIIJun-68
38AEpoxy ResinsPEP 83Feb-84
39*PolystyreneIIIJun-68
39APolystyreneIXMay-74
39BPolystyrenePEP 91Nov-92
39CSyndiotactic PolystyrenePEP 93Aug-94
39DPolystyrenePEP 00Dec-01
40Fatty Nitrogen CompoundsIIIJul-68
41*Nylon 6IIIJul-68
41ANylon 6PEP 75Jul-76
41BNylon 6 and CaprolactamPEP 86Feb-88
42Fatty AcidsIIIOct-68
42A1Fatty AcidsIXFeb-75
43*MethanolIIIOct-68
43A1MethanolVIIJul-72
43BMethanolPEP 79Jun-81
43CMethanolPEP 96Mar-00
43DMega Methanol PlantsPEP 03Dec-03
43EMethanol from CoalPEP 06Dec-06
44AmmoniaIIINov-68
44AAmmoniaPEP 78Jul-80
44BAdvances in Ammonia TechnologyPEP 09Nov-09
45Polyols from Ethylene Oxide and Propylene OxideIVDec-68
45APolyols for Making PolyurethanesPEP 81May-82
45BPolyols for PolyurethanesPEP 92Nov-95
45CPolyols for PolyurethanesPEP 18Est. Feb 2019
46Maleic AnhydrideIVJan-69
46A1Maleic AnhydrideVIIINov-73
46BMaleic AnhydridePEP 82Apr-83
46CMaleic AnhydridePEP 88Oct-89
47Petroleum DesulfurizationIVJan-69
47APetroleum DesulfurizationIXJul-75
48Chlorinated SolventsIVFeb-69
49Cresols and Cresylic AcidsIVMar-69
49A1Cresols and Cresylic AcidsIXJun-74
50PolycarbonatesIVApr-69
50APolycarbonatesXSep-75
50BPolycarbonatesPEP 81Oct-82
50CPolycarbonatesPEP 87Mar-89
50DPolycarbonatesPEP 97Nov-99
50EPolycarbonatesPEP 07Oct-07
51Reinforced PlasticsIVAug-69
51AReinforced PlasticsVIIIOct-73
51BAdvanced Composite MaterialsPEP 86Nov-92
51CPolymer NanocompositesPEP 02Jul-02
51DPolymer NanocompositesPEP 10Sep-10
52Furnace Phosphorus and Phosphoric AcidIVJul-69
53Synthetic Ethanol and IsopropanolIVOct-69
53ASynthetic Ethanol and IsopropanolPEP 78Dec-79
53A1Synthetic Ethanol and IsopropanolVIIIJan-74
54Nylon 6‚6IVNov-69
54ANylon 6‚6PEP 79Feb-80
54BNylon 6‚6PEP 85Sep-87
55N-ParaffinsIVOct-69
56UreaIVOct-69
56AUreaPEP 79Jan-81
56BAdvances in Urea TechnologyPEP 15Dec-18
57Polyvinyl Acetate and Polyvinyl AlcoholVNov-70
57APolyvinyl Acetate and Polyvinyl AlcoholPEP 75Sep-76
58Glycerine and IntermediatesIVDec-69
59Aliphatic SurfactantsIVDec-69
59AAliphatic SurfactantsIXMar-74
59BAnionic SurfactantsPEP 91Sep-92
59CBio-based Anionic SurfactantsPEP 10Nov-10
60Proteins from HydrocarbonsVFeb-70
60AProteins from HydrocarbonsPEP 75Nov-75
61ChlorineVApr-70
61AChlorineIXMay-74
61BChlorinePEP 78Nov-78
61CChlorinePEP 82Dec-82
61DChlorinePEP 88Jun-92
61EChlorinePEP 12Dec-12
62Vinyl PlasticizersVApr-70
62AVinyl PlasticizersPEP 02Dec-02
62BEco-Friendly PlasticizersPEP 14Dec-14
63Sulfur Dioxide Removal from Stack GasesVJul-70
63ASulfur Dioxide Removal from Stack GasesVIIIAug-73
63BSulfur Dioxide Removal from Stack GasesPEP 78Mar-80
63CSulfur Dioxide Removal from Flue GasesPEP 86Dec-89
64Styrene Butadiene ElastomersVNov-70
64ASolution Styrene Butadiene RubberPEP13Aug-13
65PolyacrylatesVNov-70
65APoly(meth)acrylatesPEP 89May-91
65BSyndiotactic Poly(meth)acrylatesPEP 95May-96
66Trimellitic and Pyromellitic AnhydridesVNov-70
67ChloropreneVDec-70
68Hydrogen Peroxide and Peracetic AcidVIFeb-71
68A1Hydrogen Peroxide and Peracetic AcidPEP 75Aug-76
68BHydrogen PeroxidePEP 88Mar-92
69Acetal ResinsVIJun-71
69AAcetal ResinsPEP 02Sep-02
70Ethylene Glycols‚ Glycol Ethers and EthanolaminesVIAug-71
70AEthylene GlycolXOct-75
70BEthylene GlycolPEP 77Jul-78
71ButylenesVIOct-71
71AButylenesPEP 81Nov-82
72Petroleum CokeVIOct-71
72A1Petroleum CokePEP 75Oct-76
72BPetroleum CokePEP 84Nov-85
73PolybutadieneVINov-71
74Butylene PolymersVIOct-71
75Dibasic Acids for Nylon ManufactureVIOct-71
76Aromatic AminesVIIApr-72
76A1Aromatic AminesXJul-75
76BAromatic AminesPEP 80Apr-81
76CAniline and DerivativesPEP 92Dec-93
77Acetone‚ Methyl Ethyl Keton (MEK) and Methyl Isobutyl KetoneVIIMay-72
78Acrylonitrile ThermoplasticsVIIAug-72
79DihydroxybenzenesVIISep-72
79ADihydroxybenzenesPEP 77May-79
80Treatment of Petrochemical WastewaterVIISep-72
81Bisphenol A and PhosgeneVIINov-72
82PolyisopreneVIIDec-72
83AdhesivesVIIFeb-73
83AAdhesivesPEP 84Jan-86
84Sulfuric AcidVIIFeb-73
84ASulfuric AcidPEP 83Jun-85
85AntioxidantsVIIIMay-73
85AAntioxidantsPEP 82Nov-83
85BAntioxidants and Light StabilizersPEP 90Mar-93
86High Temperature PolymersVIIIAug-73
86AHigh Temperature PolymersPEP 79Jul-80
86BHigh Temperature PolymersPEP 82Jul-84
86CLiquid Crystal PolymersPEP 86Dec-87
86DHigh Temperature PolymersPEP 88Oct-89
86EHigh Temperature PolymersPEP 89Dec-90
86FHigh Temperature PolymersPEP 92Mar-94
87Synthetic PaperVIIIJan-74
88Alkylation for Motor FuelsVIIIFeb-74
88AAlkylation for Motor FuelsPEP 91Feb-93
88BAlkylation for Motor FuelsPEP 00Jun-01
89Hydrofluoric Acid and FluorocarbonsVIIINov-73
90Carbon BlackIXMay-74
91Isomerization of Paraffins for GasolineIXOct-74
92Flame Retardant AdditivesXJan-75
92AFlame Retardant ChemicalsPEP 88Dec-89
93Thermosetting ResinsIXMar-76
93AThermosetting Matrix ResinsPEP 87Oct-90
94/1Polyamides Other than Nylons 6 and 66IXNov-74
94/2Polyamides Other than Nylons 6 and 66IXNov-74
94ASpecialty Polyamides 11 and 12PEP 13Dec-13
95Fermentation ProcessesIXApr-75
96Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) and ButanediolXMay-75
96APolybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) and ButanediolPEP 76Nov-77
96BPolybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) and ButanediolPEP 95Aug-97
97Foamed PlasticsXNov-75
97AFoamed PlasticsPEP 82Jan-84
98Powder CoatingsXNov-75
98APowder CoatingsPEP 88Nov-89
99Acrylamide and PolyacrylamideXJun-76
100Chemical Production by Fischer-Tropsch and Related SynthesesXApr-76
101Coal Tar ChemicalsXDec-76
102Disposal and Recovery of Waste Organo-ChloridesXJul-76
103LNG and Methyl FuelsXSep-76
103ALiquefied Natural GasPEP 04Nov-04
104Thermoplastic ElastomersXNov-76
104AThermoplastic ElastomersPEP 91Jun-93
105Vinylidene Chloride‚ Monomer and PolymersPEP 75Jun-76
106Amino AcidsPEP 75Nov-76
106AAmino AcidsPEP 02Dec-02
107Economics of Chemical RefineriesPEP 75Feb-77
108Middle East’s Potential in ChemicalsPEP 75May-77
109Acetylene vs. Ethylene as a Chemical Raw MaterialPEP 75Sep-76
110Synthesis Gas ProductionPEP 75Jan-77
111Methanol as a Chemical Raw MaterialPEP 75May-77
111AMethanol Based ChemicalsPEP 01Jul-02
112Chlorine Dioxide‚ Chlorates‚ Chlorites‚ and HypochloritesPEP 75Mar-77
113Organic Phosphorus CompoundsPEP 75Apr-77
114Flame Retardant PolyolsPEP 75Jun-76
115Environmentally Degradable PolymersPEP 76Aug-77
115AEnvironmentally Degradable PolymersPEP 88Apr-91
115BEnvironmentally Degradable PolymersPEP 93Dec-94
115CBiodegradable PolymersPEP 96Oct-98
115DBiodegradable Polymer Life Cycle AssessmentPEP 00Dec-01
116Electron Beam Curing PolymersPEP 76Sep-77
117Titanium Dioxide PigmentPEP 76Apr-78
118Butyrolactam and LaurolactamPEP 76Sep-77
119Construction CostsPEP 76Dec-78
120Petroleum ResinsPEP 76Jan-78
121World Petrochemical FeedstocksPEP 76Jan-78
121AWorld Petrochemical FeedstocksPEP 80Jun-81
121BWorld Petrochemical FeedstocksPEP 90May-93
121CWorld Petrochemical FeedstocksPEP 06Dec-06
122MelaminePEP 77Jun-78
123Carbon MonoxidePEP 77Jul-79
124Ion Exchange ResinsPEP 77Dec-79
124AIon Exchange ResinsPEP 03Aug-03
125Synthetic LubricantsPEP 77May-79
125ASynthetic Lubricant Base StocksPEP 87Sep-89
126C1 Chlorinated HydrocarbonsPEP 77Aug-78
127Fertilizers — Ammonium PhosphatePEP 77Dec-79
127A1Fertilizers — NitrogenPEP 78Mar-80
127BEconomics of Fertilizer ComplexesPEP 98Nov-99
128PolypropylenePEP 77Apr-80
128APolypropylenePEP 92Aug-93
128BSyndiotactic PolypropylenePEP 94Dec-95
128CPolypropylene UpdatePEP 99Nov-01
128DTechnologies for the Production of Secondary PropylenePEP 04Nov-04
128EPolypropylenePEP 11Sep-11
129Reforming for BTXPEP 77May-80
129AAdvances in Catalytic ReformingPEP 94May-96
129BAdvances in Catalytic ReformingPEP 06Dec-06
129CAdvances in Catalytic ReformingPEP 15Oct-15
130Water-Soluble ResinsPEP 77Apr-79
130AWater-Soluble PolymersPEP 92Oct-93
131Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether and Tertiary-Butyl Alcohol (TBA)PEP 78Aug-79
132Gas Oil Conversion to Fuels and PetrochemicalsPEP 78Mar-81
133DesalinationPEP 78Oct-80
134Hydrochloric AcidPEP 78Nov-79
135Natural Gas LiquidsPEP 78Oct-79
135A**Natural Gas LiquidsPEP 01Dec-01
135COpportunities for Gas-To-Liquid TechnologiesPEP 98Feb-00
136Plant Utilities CostsPEP 78Sep-80
136APlant Utilities CostsPEP 93Jan-95
137Waste Treatment CostsPEP 78Sep-80
138Alkyl AminesPEP 79Mar-81
139Enzyme TechnologyPEP 79Jan-81
139AIndustrial EnzymesPEP 01Apr-02
140Operating Costs in the Chemical IndustryPEP 79Mar-81
140AOperating Costs in the Chemical IndustryPEP 95Jan-98
141Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Bottles and Bottle ResinsPEP 79Oct-80
141APolyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Bottles and Bottle ResinsPEP 91May-93
142Oilfield ChemicalsPEP 79Dec-80
143Pyrethroid InsecticidesPEP 79Jun-81
144Ascorbic AcidPEP 79Aug-80
145Battery Limits Cost EstimatingPEP 80Apr-82
145AEstimating Plant InvestmentPEP 05Nov-05
145BOffsite Investment Cost EstimationPEP 06Dec-06
145CBattery Limits Cost EstimationPEP 16Jan-17
146Bulk Chemicals from Synthesis GasPEP 80Jun-82
147Chemicals from Wood and Wood WastesPEP 80Jun-82
148Costs of Synthesis Gases and MethanolPEP 80Feb-83
148ASynthesis GasPEP 92Nov-95
148BSynthesis Gas Production from Natural Gas ReformingPEP 13Aug-13
148CSynthesis Gas Production from Coal and Petroleum Coke GasificationPEP 13Sep-13
148DSynthesis Gas Production Economics of Chinese Coal GasifiersPEP 15Dec-15
149Ethanol for GasoholPEP 80Mar-82
149AEthanol Production in BrazilPEP 06Nov-06
150Ethylene from Refinery GasPEP 80Oct-81
151Recovery of Low Temperature HeatPEP 80Jun-82
152UV Curing of Coatings‚ Printing Inks and AdhesivesPEP 80Mar-82
153CatalystsPEP 81Apr-84
153ACatalystsPEP 93Feb-96
153BSingle-Site CatalystsPEP 97May-01
153CCatalysts for Polypropylene for Polyethylene ProductionPEP 98Jun-02
153DNon-Metallocene Single Site CatalystsPEP 00Jun-02
153ERefinery Cracking CatalystsPEP 1717-Dec
154Coal GasificationPEP 81Jan-83
154ACoal GasificationPEP 06Dec-06
154BCoal GasificationPEP 07Dec-07
155Ethylene CopolymersPEP 81Mar-83
155AEthylene/Vinyl Acetate CopolymersPEP 90Jan-92
155BEthylene/Vinyl Acetate CopolymersPEP 12Sep-12
156Formic AcidPEP 81Aug-83
157Lubricating Oil AdditivesPEP 81May-83
157ALubricating Oil AdditivesPEP 95Jan-97
158Octane Improvers for GasolinePEP 81Nov-83
158AOctane Improvers for GasolinePEP 90Feb-92
158BOctane ImproversPEP 00Dec-01
159Plastic FilmsPEP 81Mar-85
159ASpecialty Plastic FilmsPEP 86Sep-88
159BSpecialty Plastic FilmsPEP 91Jul-93
160SiliconesPEP 82Jun-83
161Vacuum Residuum as a Petrochemical FeedstockPEP 82Aug-83
162Computer Program for Estimating Plant InvestmentPEP 82Mar-85
163Linear C12-C15 Primary AlcoholsPEP 82Dec-83
164Polyacetylene and Other Inherently Conducting PolymersPEP 82May-84
165Carbon FibersPEP 82Sep-83
165ACarbon FibersPEP 90Jun-92
166Fluorinated PolymersPEP 83Sep-83
166AFluorinated PolymersPEP 90May-92
166BFluoropolymersPEP 02Dec-02
167AramidsPEP 83Aug-83
168Nonionic SurfactantsPEP 83Mar-84
169Refinery/Chemicals InterfacePEP 83Jan-85
169AIntegrated Refinery/Petrochemical ProfitabilityPEP 93Aug-95
169BPetrochemicals from Refinery StreamsPEP 98Feb-00
170SweetenersPEP 83Sep-84
171Pesticides and IntermediatesPEP 83Dec-83
171APesticides and IntermediatesPEP 84Aug-85
171BPesticides and IntermediatesPEP 85Sep-86
171CPesticides and IntermediatesPEP 86Mar-88
171DPesticides and IntermediatesPEP 87Jan-89
172Economics of Petrochemical Production in Saudi Arabia and Western CanadaPEP 83Sep-85
173Polyolefin Specialty ProductsPEP 83Apr-85
173ASpecialty Polyolefins: VLDPEPEP 90Jul-93
174Polyolefins by Gas Phase ProcessesPEP 84Oct-85
174AHigh Output Fluidized Bed Polyethylene TechnologyPEP 95Jul-99
175Blends of Thermoplastic PolymersPEP 84Nov-86
175ABlends Containing PolyolefinsPEP 87Jun-90
175BBlends Containing Engineering ThermoplasticsPEP 89Jul-91
175CThermoplastic Elastomer BlendsPEP 92Oct-93
176Styrene and p-Methylstyrene and PolymersPEP 84Nov-84
177Mining ChemicalsPEP 84Aug-86
178Propylene Industry OutlookPEP 84Jun-87
178APropylene Industry OutlookPEP 97Jun-01
179Barrier ResinsPEP 84Feb-86
180Carbon Dioxide SeparationPEP 84Dec-87
180ACarbon Capture from Natural Gas Power GenerationPEP 04Dec-04
180BCarbon Capture from Coal Fired Power GenerationPEP 08Dec-08
180CAdvanced Carbon CapturePEP 09Dec-09
180DAdvanced Carbon CapturePEP 10Dec-10
180ERetrofitting for Carbon CapturePEP 11Dec-11
181CogenerationPEP 85Apr-87
181ACogenerationPEP 00Jun-01
181BCommercial Scale CogenerationPEP 10Dec-10
182Aromatic ProcessesPEP 85Jun-87
182AAromatic ProcessesPEP 95Feb-97
182BAromatic ProcessesPEP 08Dec-08
183Detergent BuildersPEP 85Oct-87
184High Purity SiliconPEP 85Oct-88
185Slurry Phase PolypropylenePEP 85Jun-88
185APolyethylene By Slurry-Phase PolymerizationPEP 99Oct-00
186Specialty Thermoplastic ElastomersPEP 85Jan-87
187Advances in Hazardous Waste TreatmentPEP 85Dec-86
187AAdvances in Hazardous Waste TreatmentPEP 90Dec-93
187BSoil RemediationPEP 94Jun-99
188Biotechnology Reaction SystemsPEP 85Mar-87
188ABiotechnology Separation ProcessesPEP 86Jan-89
188BBiotechnology Separation ProcessesPEP 01Jun-02
189Thermoplastic PolyestersPEP 85Jan-87
190Membranes for Gas SeparationPEP 86Feb-91
190AMembrane Gas Separation ProcessesPEP 87Jan-90
190BPervaporationPEP 92Mar-94
190CAdvances in Membrane Technology for Chemical Separation ApplicationsPEP 98Jun-01
191Utilization of Remote MethanePEP 86Jul-89
191ALiquid Hydrocarbons from Synthesis GasPEP 93Nov-99
192Bisphenol A and Alkylated PhenolsPEP 86Dec-88
192ABisphenol APEP 14Jul-14
193Ethylene Oxide DerivativesPEP 87Jan-91
194Superabsorbent PolymersPEP 87Nov-90
194ASuperabsorbent PolymersPEP 01Apr-02
195Advances in Fluid Catalytic CrackingPEP 87Jul-91
195AAdvances in Fluid Catalytic CrackingPEP 05Nov-05
195BHigh Olefins Catalytic Cracking ProcessesPEP 16Nov-16
196Advanced Structural CeramicsPEP 87Sep-89
197Supercritical Fluid ProcessingPEP 87Jul-89
198Propylene Oxide DerivativesPEP 88Jun-91
199Plastics Reclamation and RecyclingPEP 88Jan-92
199APlastics Reclamation and RecyclingPEP 92Aug-95
199BPlastics Recycling to LiquidsPEP 94May-96
200NOx RemovalPEP 88May-89
201Chlorofluorocarbon AlternativesPEP 89Jan-91
202Monomers for High Performance PolymersPEP 89Apr-91
202APolyethylene Naphthalate MonomersPEP 95Mar-97
203Alkane Dehydrogenation and AromatizationPEP 89Sep-92
204Economics of Petrochemical ComplexesPEP 89Feb-91
204AEconomics of Petrochemicals in S.E. AsiaPEP 93Oct-98
204BEconomics of Petrochemical Production in ChinaPEP 05Oct-05
204CLocation FactorsPEP 16Dec-16
205Petrochemical Industry ProfitabilityPEP 90Jul-93
205APetrochemical Industry ProfitabilityPEP 94Oct-99
205BExperience CurvesPEP 97Oct-01
206Specialty SolventsPEP 90May-92
206ABio-based SolventsPEP 03Aug-03
207Specialty Styrenic ThermoplasticsPEP 90Oct-91
208Ethylene from MethanePEP 91Jan-94
209Aromatics Industry OutlookPEP 91Jun-92
210Heterocyclic Nitrogen CompoundsPEP 91Jan-93
211HydrocrackingPEP 92Apr-94
211AHydrocracking for Middle DistillatesPEP 03Jul-03
211BHydrocracking of Heavy Oils & ResiduaPEP 08Dec-10
211CHydrocracking by Slurry ProcessPEP 17Dec-18
212Options for Refinery HydrogenPEP 92Feb-94
213CopolyestersPEP 93May-95
214HydrotreatingPEP 93Sep-96
214AHeavy Oil HydrotreatingPEP 07Dec-07
215Petroleum Refining ProfitabilityPEP 93Nov-95
216Acid Gas Treatment & Sulfur RemovalPEP 94Oct-97
216ANatural Gas Acid Gas RemovalPEP 16Dec-16
217Bio-Based PolyolsPEP 07Oct-07
218Specialty SurfactantsPEP 95Jul-97
219CumenePEP 96Aug-99
219ACumenePEP 18Nov-18
220Ethylene Feedstock OutlookPEP 96May-99
221Oxygenate EconomicsPEP 96Oct-98
222Petroleum Industry OutlookPEP 96Jul-99
223Polycyclic OlefinsPEP 96Jul-98
224Ocean Transportation Freight RatesPEP 96Jun-01
225Advances in Oxidation TechnologyPEP 99Mar-01
226Innovative Chemical ReactorsPEP 97Jun-01
2271,3 Propanediol and Polytrimethylene Terephthalate (PTT)PEP 97Dec-99
228Refinery Residue UpgradingPEP 97May-00
229Refinery Residue GasificationPEP 99Jun-01
230Sulfur Removal from Petroleum FuelsPEP 99Mar-01
231Fuels for Twenty-First Century VehiclesPEP 98Feb-00
232Chiral IntermediatesPEP 98Apr-01
233The Promise of New Technology Platforms for BiotechnologyPEP 98May-00
234Chemicals for the Electronics IndustryPEP 97Mar-01
234AOrganic Light Emitting DiodesPEP 02Dec-02
235Chemicals from EthanolPEP 07Nov-07
236Chemicals from Renewable ResourcesPEP 99Mar-01
237Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions ReductionPEP 99Nov-00
237ACO2 Reduction Technologies for RefineryPEP 11Dec-11
238Custom Chemical ManufacturePEP 99Dec-01
239Global Chemical Industry in 21st CenturyPEP 99Mar-01
240Strategic Business Units for Nylon 6 and Nylon 66PEP 00Dec-01
241BiocatalysisPEP 00May-02
242Industrial CoatingsPEP 00Jul-02
243Fuel Cells for Vehicles and PowerPEP 01Dec-01
243ADirect Methanol Fuel CellsPEP 04Nov-04
244Strategic Business Units for Epoxy Resins and PolycarbonatesPEP 00Jun-02
245Dimethyl Ether as Alternate FuelPEP 02Jul-02
245ADimethyl Ether as FuelPEP 05Aug-05
245BDimethyl Ether (DME) from CoalPEP 09Nov-09
246Near-Zero Sulfur Diesel FuelPEP 02Dec-02
247Gas to LiquidsPEP 02Dec-02
247AAdvanced Gas to Liquid ProcessPEP 06Nov-06
247BSmall Scale Gas to Liquids TechnologyPEP 11Dec-11
247CLand Based Small Scale GTLPEP 14Dec-14
247DLarge Scale GTLPEP 15Oct-16
247EValue Added Products from GTL PlantsPEP 16Aug-16
248Steam Cracking for Olefins ProductionPEP 03Jul-03
248AAdvances in Naphtha Steam CrackingPEP 05Dec-05
249Strategic Business Units of ABS and Polystyrene ResinsPEP 03Jul-03
250Biodegradable Polymers from PlantsPEP 03Aug-03
251Biodiesel ProductionPEP 04Nov-04
251AAdvances in Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel ProductionPEP 07Dec-07
252Chemicals from Agricultural WastesPEP 04Sep-04
253Vinyl PolymersPEP 04Sep-04
254Refinery C5 HydrocarbonsPEP 04Nov-04
255Methyl MethacrylatePEP 04Nov-04
256Ionic LiquidsPEP 04Sep-04
257Advanced BiorefineriesPEP 05Oct-05
258Biomass GasificationPEP 05Nov-05
259Biobased C3sPEP 06Dec-06
260Economics and Petrochemical CyclesPEP 07Dec-07
261Methanol to OlefinsPEP 07Nov-07
261AMethanol to Olefins/Propylene Production in China IPEP 13Dec-13
261BMethanol to Olefins/Propylene Production in China IIPEP 14Dec-14
262Propylene Glycol from GlycerinPEP 07Dec-07
263Biochemical Cellulosic EthanolPEP 08Dec-08
263ACellulosic BioethanolPEP 17Nov-18
264BiobutanolPEP 08Dec-08
265Bio-based PolymersPEP 08Dec-08
265ABio-Based Polymers (II)PEP 13Aug-14
265BBio-Based Polymers (III)PEP 18Dec-18
266Heavy Oil from Tar SandsPEP 08Dec-08
267Propylene ProductionPEP 08Oct-08
267APropane Dehydrogenation ProcessesPEP 15Oct-15
267BPropane Dehydrogenation Processes (II)PEP 17Feb-18
267CPropylene by Olefin Conversion ProcessesPEP 17Jul-17
268Higher Alcohols from Syngas, Technology SurveyPEP 09Dec-09
269Supercritical CO2: A Green SolventPEP 09Aug-09
270Thermochemical Cellulosic EthanolPEP 09Dec-09
271Coal to GasolinePEP 09Dec-09
272Polysilicon for Solar WafersPEP 09Dec-09
273Gasoline Benzene RemovalPEP 09Sep-09
274Fuel Alcohols and Electricity Cogeneration from Petroleum Coke GasificationPEP 10Dec-10
275Advances in Natural Gas Conversion TechnologiesPEP 10Dec-10
276Solar Photovoltaic TechnologyPEP 10Dec-10
277Coal to Substitute Natural Gas (SNG)PEP 10Nov-10
278Biofuels from AlgaePEP 10Dec-10
279Coal to OlefinsPEP 11Oct-11
280Compendium of Leading Bioethanol TechnologiesPEP 11Dec-11
281On-purpose Alpha Olefin Co-monomer ProductionPEP 11Jul-11
282Methanol to GasolinePEP 11Dec-11
283Bio-based 1,4 ButanediolPEP 12Aug-11
284Bio-based Adipic AcidPEP 12Dec-12
285CO2 Based PolymersPEP 12Jul-12
286Biomass PyrolysisPEP 12Nov-12
287Bio-based AromaticsPEP 13Dec-13
288Produced Water Management: Membrane Engineering for Water ReclamationPEP 13Nov-13
289New Routes to Styrene and para-XylenePEP 13Oct-13
290Bio-butadienePEP 14Dec-14
291Aromatics from Light OlefinsPEP 14Nov-14
292Bio-succinic AcidPEP 14Sep-14
293Iso-C4 ProcessesPEP 15Dec-16
294Bio-based Furan Dicarboxylic Acid and its PolymerPEP 15Jun-16
295Water Treatment TechnologiesPEP 15Dec-16
296Metallocene Polyalphaolefins (PAO)PEP 16Dec-16
297Light Olefin and Light Naphtha UtilizationPEP 16Sep-16
298Syngas Fermentation ProcessesPEP 16Oct-16
299Direct Syngas to Light OlefinsPEP 17Dec-18
300Unconventional Aromatic ProcessesPEP 17Dec-18
301Dimethyl CarbonatePEP 17Oct-17
302Biomass PretreatmentPEP 18Oct-18
303Crude Oil to p-Xylene Hengli Refinery-PX ComplexPEP 18Dec-18
304Options fto Meet Impending Marine Bunker Fuel SpecificationPEP 18Sep-18
305Coal-to-Liquids Plants for Enhanced Production of Naphtha and DieselPEP 18Nov-18
306Ethylene via Acetylene from Natural GasPEP 18Dec-18
199CPost –Consumer Plastic RecyclingPEP 19Q3 2019
199DChemical Recycling of PETPEP 19Q3 2019
267DPropane DehydrogenationPEP 19Q2 2019
303ACrude Oil to P-Xylene – Zhejiang Refinery-PX ComplexPEP 19Q2 2019
50FPolycarbonate UpdatePEP 19Q4 2019
44CAmmoniaPEP 19Q3 2019
145DWaste Treatment Cost EstimationPEP 19Q3 2019
307Lubricant Base OilsPEP 19Q2 2019
88CRecent Advances in Light Hydrocarbon AlkylationPEP 19Q3 2019
43FMethanolPEP 19Q3 2019

  PEP Reviews

IX-1-1Utilities‚ Cost of UtilitiesIXSep-73
IX-1-2Methanol from Nonhydrocarbon SourcesIXSep-73
IX-1-3Improvement on Manufacturing Ethylene Oxide‚ Silver Ketenide CatalystIXSep-73
IX-1-4Terephthalic Acid from NitrileIXSep-73
IX-1-5Aniline‚ Amination of BenzeneIXSep-73
IX-1-6Polyvinyl Chloride‚ Vapor Phase Bulk PolymerizationIXSep-73
IX-2-1Trimellitic Anhydride from PseudocumeneIXJan-74
IX-2-2Aromatics ExtractionIXJan-74
IX-2-3Hydroquinone ProcessesIXJan-74
IX-2-4Ethylene Glycols‚ Direct OxidationIXJan-74
IX-2-5Formaldehyde from Natural GasIXJan-74
IX-3-1Synthesis Gas from Natural Gas or CoalIXMay-74
IX-3-2Ethylene from Synthesis GasIXMay-74
IX-3-3Ethylene Glycol from Synthesis GasIXMay-74
IX-3-4Toluene Steam DealkylationIXMay-74
IX-3-5Terephthalic Acid-Maruzen ProcessIXMay-74
X-1-1Ethylene and Coproducts‚ ValuesXOct-74
X-1-2PolypropyleneXOct-74
X-1-3Environmental RegulationsXOct-74
X-1-4Styrene-Aniline CoproductionXOct-74
X-1-5Vapor RecompressionXOct-74
X-2-AAromatics BTX‚ ValuesXJan-75
X-2-BEthylene Glycol from Synthesis GasXJan-75
X-2-CEthane Recovery from Natural GasXJan-75
X-2-DDetergent Alcohols OutlookXJan-75
X-3-1Maleic Anhydride from Butene or BenzeneXJun-75
X-3-2Hydrogen CyanideXJun-75
X-3-3Ethylene Glycol via Glycol EstersXJun-75
X-3-4Energy Demand‚ U.S. Chemical IndustryXJun-75
75-1-1Chlorine‚ Membrane CellsPEP 75Oct-75
75-1-2Hydrogen‚ Closed CyclePEP 75Oct-75
75-1-3Maleic Anhydride RecoveryPEP 75Oct-75
75-1-4Plastic BottlesPEP 75Oct-75
75-1-5Ethylene by HydrocrackingPEP 75Oct-75
75-2-1Maleic Anhydride from BB FractionPEP 75Jan-76
75-2-2Ammonia Industry OutlookPEP 75Jan-76
75-2-3Construction Cost IndexPEP 75Jan-76
75-2-4Ethylene Oxide‚ UpdatePEP 75Jan-76
75-3-1Ethylene‚ Alternate FeedstocksPEP 75May-76
75-3-2Power Costs — Houston‚ Texas AreaPEP 75May-76
75-3-3Acetic Acid from Synthesis GasPEP 75May-76
75-3-4Chlorinated Polyvinyl ChloridePEP 75May-76
76-1-1Methyl Tertiary-Butyl EtherPEP 76Sep-76
76-1-2Fluorocarbon TurbinesPEP 76Sep-76
76-1-3Styrene from Toluene and EthylenePEP 76Sep-76
76-1-4Uranium Recovery from Wet Process Phosphoric AcidPEP 76Sep-76
76-2-1Methyl Methacrylate from IsobutylenePEP 76Jan-77
76-2-2Terephthalic Acid from Toluene and COPEP 76Jan-77
76-2-3Terephthalic Acid from ToluenePEP 76Jan-77
76-2-4Phenol by Direct Oxidation of BenzenePEP 76Jan-77
76-3-1Acetic Anhydride from Dimethyl EtherPEP 76Jun-77
76-3-2Hydrogen Peroxide via an Inorganic ProcessPEP 76Jun-77
76-3-3Ethylene from Carbon Monoxide and HydrogenPEP 76Jun-77
76-3-4Hydrogen Cyanide from MethanolPEP 76Jun-77
76-3-5Propylene Oxide by Perpropionic Acid EpoxidationPEP 76Jun-77
77-1-1Propylene Oxide from Propylene Glycol MonoacetatePEP 77Jan-78
77-1-2Styrene EconomicsPEP 77Jan-78
77-1-4Styrene from ButadienePEP 77Jan-78
77-2-1Maleic Anhydride from Butene‚ Benzene‚ ButanePEP 77May-78
77-2-2Ethylene from Naphtha‚ Millisecond CrackingPEP 77May-78
77-2-3Toluene Diisocyanate by Carbonylation ProcessPEP 77May-78
77-2-4Terephthalic Acid (Medium Purity) from p-XylenePEP 77May-78
77-2-5PMPPI or Polymeric MDI by Carbonylation ProcessPEP 77May-78
77-3-1Polyethylene‚ Low Density‚ Union Carbide ProcessPEP 77Oct-78
77-3-2Vinyl Acetate‚ Carbonylation of Methyl AcetatePEP 77Oct-78
77-3-3Ethylene from Atmospheric Gas OilPEP 77Oct-78
77-3-4Propylene GlycolPEP 77Oct-78
78-1-1Ethylene from Crude Oil‚ UCC/Kureha/ChiyodaPEP 78May-79
78-1-2Nitrobenzene by Adiabatic NitrationPEP 78May-79
78-1-3Methyl Tertiary-Butyl EtherPEP 78May-79
78-1-4Synthesis Gas CostsPEP 78May-79
78-2-1Ethylene Glycol via Oxalate EstersPEP 78Sep-79
78-2-2Anthraquinone from NaphthalenePEP 78Sep-79
78-2-3HMDA by Electrolytic Dimerization of AcrylonitrilePEP 78Sep-79
78-2-4Methyl Methacrylate from t-ButanolPEP 78Sep-79
78-3-1Methyl Methacrylate from EthylenePEP 78Jan-80
78-3-2Isomerization of n-Butenes in MTBE ManufacturePEP 78Jan-80
78-3-3Butene-1 from MTBE Plant RaffinatePEP 78Jan-80
78-3-4Acetic Acid‚ Low Pressure Carbonylation of MethanolPEP 78Jan-80
79-1-1Polyethylene‚ High Density‚Gas Phase ProcessPEP 79Dec-79
79-1-2MTBE from n-ButanePEP 79Dec-79
79-1-3PMPPI and MDI from NitrobenzenePEP 79Dec-79
79-1-4Methyl Methacrylate from Allyl AcetatePEP 79Jan-80
79-2-1Ethylene Glycol via Ethylene CarbonatePEP 79Mar-80
79-2-2PhosgenePEP 79Apr-80
79-2-3p-Xylene from Non-aromaticsPEP 79Apr-80
79-2-4Methyl Methacrylate from IsobutylenePEP 79Jul-80
79-3-1Olefins‚ Light‚ from EthylenePEP 79Jun-80
79-3-2Ethylene from MethanolPEP 79Jun-80
79-3-3p-MethylstyrenePEP 79Sep-80
79-3-4Ethylene from EthanolPEP 79Sep-80
80-1-1Supplementary LPG Feed for Naphtha CrackersPEP 80Nov-80
80-1-2Recycle C4s for Ethylene ProductionPEP 80Jan-81
80-1-3Ethylene by Methanol HomologationPEP 80Mar-81
80-1-4PMPPI from Nitrobenzene by CarbonylationPEP 80Feb-81
80-2-1Phenol from Ethylbenzene‚ Coproduct VAPEP 80Mar-81
80-2-2Phenol from Toluene‚ Coproduct FormaldehydePEP 80Feb-81
80-2-3Propylene from Propane by Catalytic DehydrogenationPEP 80Jun-81
80-3-1Chemicals via Butylene Oxides by Hydroperoxide ProcessPEP 80Jun-81
80-3-2Ethylene from Synthesis GasPEP 80Aug-81
80-3-31‚4-Butanediol by Electrochemical SynthesisPEP 80Oct-81
81-1-1Caustic Soda from Trona Caustization ProcessPEP 81Nov-81
81-1-2Methyl Isobutyl Ketone from AcetonePEP 81Dec-81
81-1-3Caprolactam via SNIA Viscosa ProcessPEP 81Dec-81
81-2-1Ethylene Glycol via Oxalate EstersPEP 81Mar-81
81-2-2Polypropylene‚ El Paso Process Using Mitsui/Montedison CatalystPEP 81Apr-82
81-2-3Gasoline from Natural Gas via Methanol/MobilPEP 81May-82
81-3-1PEP Plant Cost Index‚ Recent TrendsPEP 81May-82
81-3-2Styrene from ToluenePEP 81Jun-82
81-3-3Synthetic Zeolites in Commercial ApplicationsPEP 81Jun-82
82-1-1Bisphenol A from Phenol‚ Acetone/UC ProcessPEP 82Sep-82
82-1-2Ethylene from Vacuum Gas Oil/Unicracking/FPPPEP 82Aug-82
82-1-3Ethylene from Vacuum Gas Oil/Linde AG ProcessPEP 82Aug-82
82-2-1Ethylene from Methane Chlorine Reaction SystemPEP 82Sep-82
82-2-21‚4-Butanediol and Tetrahydrofuran from ButadienePEP 82Jan-83
82-2-3Anthraquinone from ToluenePEP 82Apr-83
82-3-1Urea by the Isobaric Double Recycle ProcessPEP 82Jan-83
82-3-2Urea Granulation by the Fluid Bed ProcessPEP 82Mar-83
82-3-3Nitric Acid‚ ConcentratedPEP 82May-83
83-1-1p-Xylene from Toluene and MethanolPEP 83Aug-83
83-1-2p-Cresol from p-Toluenesulfonic AcidPEP 83Aug-83
83-1-3Sodium NitrilotriacetatePEP 83Nov-83
83-1-4Hydrogen Chloride RecoveryPEP 83Dec-83
83-2-1Ammonia from ICI’s Low P AMV ProcessPEP 83Feb-84
83-2-2MDI via Asahi Nonphosgenation ProcessPEP 83Mar-84
83-2-3Group Transfer Polymerization Process/Du PontPEP 83Feb-84
83-2-4TMXDI via American Cyanamid Nonphosgenation RoutePEP 83Apr-84
83-3-1Tetrahydrofuran‚ Butanediol from AcetylenePEP 83Jul-84
83-3-2Chlorinated PolyethylenePEP 83Jul-84
83-3-3Ethylene Glycol from FormaldehydePEP 83Nov-84
83-3-4Ethylene Glycol‚ Direct Process from SyngasPEP 83Jan-85
84-1-1Carbon BlackPEP 84May-85
84-1-2Adipic Acid via Butadiene CarbonylationPEP 84Mar-85
84-1-3Hydrogen by Methanol DecompositionPEP 84May-85
84-1-4Cumene by Combined Reaction/DistillationPEP 84May-85
84-2-2Secondary Butyl Alcohol via Direct HydrationPEP 84Aug-85
84-2-3Hydrogen Peroxide by Cathodic ReductionPEP 84Aug-85
84-2-4Acrylamide by Enzymatic Hydration of AcrylonitrilePEP 84Aug-85
84-3-1Process for Making Polyethylene PolyamidesPEP 84Oct-85
84-3-2Enriched Air by a Membrane ProcessPEP 84Oct-85
84-3-3Dimerization of Ethylene to Butene-1PEP 84Oct-85
84-3-4C5-C6 IsomerizationPEP 84Dec-85
85-1-1Trimellitic Anhydride from m-XylenePEP 85Dec-85
85-1-2Polymer‚ Superabsorbent‚ Acrylic Acid BasedPEP 85Dec-85
85-1-3Fiber S‚ a Novel Polyamide BlendPEP 85Feb-86
85-1-4Alcohols‚ Mixed‚ from Syngas‚ Dow/UCC ProcessPEP 85Mar-86
85-2-1Propylene from Ethylene by DisproportionationPEP 85May-86
85-2-2Ethylene from Ethane‚ by Oxidative DehydrogenationPEP 85May-86
85-2-3Molecular Sieve Drying of 190 Proof EthanolPEP 85Aug-86
85-2-4Ethanol from Natural GasPEP 85Aug-86
85-3-1Tetramethylene Diamine for Nylon 4‚6PEP 85Aug-86
85-3-2Hydroquinone from Phenol‚ Zeolite-CatalyzedPEP 85Sep-86
85-3-3Aromatics from LPGPEP 85Jan-87
85-3-4Polyvinyl Chloride by a Continuous Suspension ProcessPEP 85Jan-87
86-1-1Nitrogen from Air by Pressure Swing AdsorptionPEP 86Feb-87
86-1-2p-Xylene Separation‚ CCCC ProcessPEP 86Mar-87
86-1-3Polymers‚ Specialty‚ R&D TrendsPEP 86Jun-87
86-1-4Isononyl Alcohols by HydroformylationPEP 86Jul-87
86-2-1Allyl Alcohol from Propylene‚ Showa DenkoPEP 86Sep-87
86-2-2Sulfuric Acid from Phosphogypsum‚ DMC-FIPR ProcessPEP 86Jan-88
86-2-32‚6-Xylenol and o-Cresol from PhenolPEP 86Nov-87
86-2-4PolyphosphazenesPEP 86Mar-88
86-3-11‚4-Butanediol from Allyl AlcoholPEP 86Dec-87
86-3-2Poly(Propylene Carbonates)PEP 86Mar-88
86-3-3Methanol from Natural Gas with Entrained Catalyst SystemPEP 86Feb-88
86-3-4m-Aminophenol from Resorcinol by AminationPEP 86Mar-88
87-1-1Chlorine from Hydrogen Chloride by OxidationPEP 87Mar-88
87-1-2Ethylene from Ethane by OxydehydrogenationPEP 87May-88
87-1-3Naphtha EtherificationPEP 87Jul-88
87-1-4Dimethyl Carbonate from MethanolPEP 87Jul-88
87-2-1Hydrogen Peroxide from H2 and Oxygen‚ DupontPEP 87Sep-88
87-2-2Piperidine from Furfural by Mitsubishi TechnologyPEP 87Oct-88
87-2-3Methyl Ethyl Ketone by Oxidation of n-ButenesPEP 87Oct-88
87-2-4Methyl Formate by Dehydrogenation of MethanolPEP 87Oct-88
87-3-1MTBE from Butadiene Rich Mixed C4sPEP 87Oct-88
87-3-2Caprolactam Process (Modified) by Montedipe TechnologyPEP 87Oct-88
87-3-3Cyclohexanol from Benzene by Asahi Chemical ProcessPEP 87Nov-88
87-3-4Methyl Methacrylate from EthylenePEP 87Dec-88
88-1-1Hydrogen Sulfide Removal/Unisulf ProcessPEP 88Jan-89
88-1-2Alkylbenzene‚ Linear‚ Using HF CatalystPEP 88Feb-89
88-1-3Nylon 4‚6PEP 88Jan-89
88-1-4Isobutylene‚ High-Purity‚ by Phenol AlkylationPEP 88May-89
88-2-1Sulfur and Hydrogen‚ Recovery from Hydrogen SulfidePEP 88May-89
88-2-2Styrene Process — UOPPEP 88Aug-89
88-2-3Methanol from Natural Gas by BNL Low Temperature Catalyzed SynthesisPEP 88Aug-89
88-2-4Acrylonitrile from Propane by New BP/Sohio Patented ProcessPEP 88Aug-89
88-3-1Ceramic Coatings‚ Applications and OpportunitiesPEP 88Dec-89
88-3-2ETBE vs. MTBEPEP 88Jan-90
88-3-3Vinyl Chloride from EDC Pyrolysis by Tosoh TechnologyPEP 88Jan-90
88-3-4Acetic Acid by Low Pressure Carbonylation of Methanol with a Supported Rhodium CatalystPEP 88Feb-90
89-1-1Methyl Methacrylate‚ New Process via Acetone CyanohydrinPEP 89Mar-90
89-1-2Petrochemicals Price BehaviorPEP 89Apr-90
89-1-3Ammonia from Natural Gas via ICI “LCA” ProcessPEP 89Mar-90
89-1-4Xylenes IsomerizationPEP 89Apr-90
89-2-1PEP Plant Construction Cost Indices- Review of TrendsPEP 89Apr-90
89-2-2Nylon 12‚12 Resin from Butadiene by Du Pont TechnologyPEP 89Apr-90
89-2-3Acetal Copolymers by an Asahi Chemical ProcessPEP 89Jun-90
89-2-4Overhead Spending‚ Non-manufacturing‚ in the Chemicals IndustryPEP 89Aug-90
89-3-1Methanol from Natural Gas by the Lurgi Combined Reforming ProcessPEP 89Oct-90
89-3-2Nitrogen (95%) from Air by Vacuum Pressure Swing AdsorptionPEP 89Oct-90
89-3-3Oxygen‚ Options for ProcuringPEP 89Jan-91
89-3-4Methylamines via the Nitto Chemical ProcessPEP 89Feb-91
90-1-1Propylene Oxide by the Olin ProcessPEP 90Apr-91
90-1-2Hydrogen Peroxide by the ARCO ProcessPEP 90Jun-91
90-1-3Acetonitrile Recovery in Acrylonitrile ManufacturePEP 90Jun-91
90-1-4Sucralose — a High Intensity‚ Noncaloric SweetenerPEP 90Jul-91
90-2-1Tetrahydrofuran from Maleic AcidPEP 90Sep-91
90-2-2Urea by UTI’s Heat Recycle ProcessPEP 90Sep-91
90-2-3Polystyrene via the SDS ProcessPEP 90Oct-91
90-2-4Alkylbenzene‚ Linear‚ by Heterogeneous CatalysisPEP 90Sep-91
90-3-1Polyethylene Terephthalate Recycle by DepolymerizationPEP 90Oct-91
90-3-2Isophorone Diisocyanate by a Nonphosgenation ProcessPEP 90Dec-91
90-3-3Syngas by the Partial Oxidation of Natural GasPEP 90Nov-91
90-3-4Oxo Process‚ Low Pressure‚ with Liquid RecyclePEP 90Jan-92
91-1-1Isobutane Dehydrogenation by Thermal CrackingPEP 91Mar-92
91-1-2Dimethyl Carbonate by Vapor Phase Oxidative CarbonylationPEP 91Jun-92
91-1-3Acetaldehyde Process‚ CatalyticaPEP 91Jul-92
91-1-4Removal of Mercury from Ethylene Plant Feedstock and Cracked Gas StreamsPEP 91Jul-92
91-2-1Dihydroxybenzenes from Phenol by Vapor-Phase HydroxylationPEP 91Jul-92
91-2-2Carbon Monoxide-Ethylene CopolymersPEP 91Jul-92
91-2-3Polypropylene by a Vertical Stirred-Bed Process (BASF Technology)PEP 91Nov-92
91-2-4Isobutene Production by Isomerization of N-ButenePEP 91Feb-93
91-3-1Polycarbonates from Bisphenol Compounds via Cyclic Oligomers by GE Plastics TechnologyPEP 91Nov-92
91-3-2Methanol from Natural Gas by ICI’s LCM ProcessPEP 91Mar-93
91-3-3Acrylamide by Enzymatic Hydration of Acrylonitrile (Third Generation)PEP 91May-93
91-3-4Styrene from Ethylbenzene Using Membrane ReactorsPEP 91May-93
92-1-1Coproduction of Dimethyl Carbonate and Ethylene Glycol by TransesterificationPEP 92May-93
92-1-2Microbial Insecticides — Bacillus ThuringiensisPEP 92May-93
92-1-3Mobil Diisopropyl Ether ProcessPEP 92May-93
92-1-4Degradable High-Molecular Polymers from Lactic AcidPEP 92May-93
92-2-1Melamine by the Melamine Chemicals M-11 ProcessPEP 92Aug-93
92-2-2C4 Olefins UtilizationPEP 92Oct-93
92-2-3N(1‚3-Dimethylbutyl)-N´-Phenyl-p-PhenylenediaminePEP 92Nov-93
92-2-4Dimethyl-2‚6-Naphthalenedicarboxylate from o-XylenePEP 92Nov-93
92-3-1Isobutene from IsobutanePEP 92May-94
92-3-2Phosphoric Acid‚ Purification of Wet ProcessPEP 92May-94
92-3-3Methyl Chloride ManufacturePEP 92Apr-94
92-3-4Cumene by a Catalytic Distillation ProcessPEP 92May-94
93-1-1Pyromellitic DianhydridePEP 93Oct-94
93-1-2Estimates of Production Costs‚ QuickPEP 93Aug-94
93-1-3Economics Viability of Using Membranes in Chemical Processes Involving Hydrogen TransportPEP 93Nov-94
93-1-4Ammonia from Natural GasPEP 93Nov-94
93-2-1Alcohols (Natural Detergent) by a Vapor Phase Ester Hydrogenation ProcessPEP 93Nov-94
93-2-2Methanol Profitability: History and OutlookPEP 93Nov-94
93-2-3Maleic Anhydride from n-Butane; Fixed Bed Reactor; Organic Solvent RecoveryPEP 93Feb-95
93-2-4Polyethernitrile (PENI) Heat Resistant Polymer from 2‚6-Dichlorobenzonitrile and ResorcinolPEP 93Feb-95
93-3-1Styrene from Dilute EthylenePEP 93Jan-95
93-3-2Coproduction of Ethylene and Vinyl Chloride by the USC/Occidental Chemical ProcessPEP 93Mar-95
93-3-3Alkylation Process‚ Haldor TopsøePEP 93Mar-95
93-3–4Xylenes IsomerizationPEP 93Mar-95
94-1-11‚4-Butanediol from Maleic Anhydride via Dimethyl MaleatePEP 94Apr-95
94-1-2MDI and PMPPI by Carbonylation‚ Lucky Non-Phosgenation ProcessPEP 94May-95
94-1-3Chlorine from Hydrogen ChloridePEP 94Aug-95
94-1-4Dendrimer Polymer from Diamino-Butane and AcrylonitrilePEP 94Sep-95
94-2-1A Non-Tower Process for High Bulk Density Detergent PowdersPEP 94Oct-95
94-2-2One-Step Oxo Process for PropanediolPEP 94Nov-95
94-2-3Update on Maleic Anhydride from n-Butane via Fluidized Bed Reactor with an Organic Solvent AbsorberPEP 94Dec-95
92-2-4Styrene from Butadiene via 4-Vinylcyclohexene by the Dow ProcessPEP 94Jan-96
94-3-1Natural Gas Pricing MechanismsPEP 94Jan-96
94-3-2Polytetramethylene Glycol from Tetrahydrofuran via a Diacetate IntermediatePEP 94May-96
94-3-3Petrochemical Industry, CyclicalityPEP 94Jun-69
94-3-4Crude-Oil Trend Line Price ProjectionPEP 94Jun-96
95-1-1tert-Amyl Methyl Ether by the Nextame ProcessPEP 95Feb-97
95-1-2Caprolactam from ButadienePEP 95Apr-97
95-1-3Bisphenol A via Sinopec-Lummus TechnologyPEP 95Jan-98
95-1-4Butanediol from n-Butane via Maleic Acid HydrogenationPEP 95Feb-98
95-1-5Norbornene from Dicyclopentadiene and EthylenePEP 95Jul-97
95-1-6Acrylonitrile via High-Conversion Propane AmmoxidationPEP 95Jul-97
95-1-7Chlorine from Hydrogen Chloride by the DuPont Electrolytic ProcessPEP 95Dec-97
95-1-81-Hexene from Ethylene by the Phillips Trimerization TechnologyPEP 95Dec-97
95-1-9Methacrolein Oxidative-Esterification Technology, AsahiPEP 95Mar-98
95-1-10Butanediol from Butadiene via EpoxybutenePEP 95Mar-98
95-1-11Acetone Recycling Technology in Phenol Manufacturing, Mitsui’sPEP 95Mar-98
95-1-12Intermaterial Substitution SimulationPEP 95Mar-98
96-1Outlook for Propylene Availability in Asia-PacificPEP 96Apr-98
96-2Formaldehyde from MethanolPEP 96Apr-98
96-3Titanium Dioxide Technology Trends and Regional Production Cost BenchmarkingPEP 96Jun-98
96-4Hexamethylenediamine and Caprolactam from Adiponitrile by Partial Hydrogenation and Cyclization of AminocapronitrilePEP 96May-98
96-5Styrene-Butadiene RubberPEP 96May-98
96-6Polymethyl Methacrylate Tertiary Recycling Technology, ICI’sPEP 96Jun-98
96-7Lactic Acid by FermentationPEP 96Jun-98
96-8Natural Gas to Liquid Hydrocarbons Technology Based on the Syntroleum ProcessPEP 96Jun-98
96-9Aliphatic Polyketones from Carbon Monoxide and Olefins by the Shell Liquid-Phase Polymerization ProcessPEP 96Jun-98
96-10Purified Terephthalic Acid from p-Xylene by Hydrolysis of Dimethyl TerephthalatePEP 96Jul-98
96-11Ethylene OutlookPEP 96Aug-98
96-12Combinatorial ChemistryPEP 96Aug-98
97-1PET Bottle Resin by Pyromellitic Dianhydride ProcessPEP 97Nov-98
97-2Eastman Syngas-Based Route Methyl MethacrylatePEP 97Nov-98
97-3Dow’s Ethane-Based Process for EthylbenzenePEP 97Dec-98
97-4Supply Chain Management Practices Benchmarks in the Bulk Polymer IndustryPEP 97Nov-98
97-5The Changing Structure of the Chemical IndustryPEP 97Nov-98
97-6One-Step Phenol from Benzene by the Alphox ProcessPEP 97Dec-98
97-7Deep Catalytic CrackingPEP 97Jan-99
97-8Lysine-Sulfate Production by Fermentation with Recovery by Spray DryingPEP 97Feb-99
97-9L-Lysine by Fermentation with Recovery by Ion-ExchangePEP 97Mar-99
97-10GlyphosatePEP 97Apr-99
97-11Liquid Hydrocarbons from Natural GasPEP 97Sep-99
97-12Acetic Acid by the Chiyoda/UOP Acetica™ ProcessPEP 97Sep-99
97-13Aromatics Complex EconomicsPEP 97May-00
97-14PhytoremediationPEP 97May-00
97-15Styrene via Benzene and EthanePEP 97Sep-00
98-1Ethylenediamine via the Amination of MonoethanolaminePEP 98Sep-00
98-2Acrylonitrile via the Ammoxidation of PropanePEP 98Sep-00
98-3Propylene Oxide via Direct Oxidation of PropylenePEP 98Sep-00
98-4Pyridine and Beta-Picoline, Production ofPEP 98Feb-00
98-5Chloralkali by Electrolytic Cells with Improved TechnologyPEP 98Mar-01
98-6Ethanol via Hydration of EthylenePEP 98Jul-01
98-7Hydrocracking Technology for Middle DistillatePEP 98Oct-01
98-8Production of Isobutylbenzene via the Alkylation of Toluene with PropylenePEP 98Sep-01
98-9Aromatics Saturation of Diesel via Two-Stage HydrotreatingPEP 98Sep-01
98-10Diphenyl Carbonate from Phenol via Diphenyl Oxalates with UBE TechnologyPEP 98Nov-01
98-11Production of Phenol from Benzene and Hydrogen PeroxidePEP 98May-02
98-12Production of Propylene from C4PEP 98Aug-02
98-13Methanol to Propylene by the Lurgi MTP ProcessPEP 98Aug-02
98-14The Alkylene Process-Solid Acid Alkylation SystemPEP 98Jan-03
98-15Caprolactam via Gas Phase Beckman RearrangementPEP 98Mar-03
99-1Basell’s Multizone Circulating Reactor (MZCR) ProcessPEP 99Feb-03
99-2ENI Slurry Hydroprocessing Technology for Diesel FuelPEP 99Jun-03
99-3Linear Alkylbenzene by Heterogeneous Catalysis (Update)PEP 99Apr-03
99-4Catalytic Cracking of Light Cracked Naphtha to Produce PropylenePEP 99May-02
99-5Auto DismantlingPEP 99May-02
99-6Amylases Production Using Bacillus SpeciesPEP 99Jul-02
99-7Lipase Production Using Pseudomonas AlcaligenesPEP 99Aug-02
99-8Fluidized Bed Technology for Vinyl Acetate MonomerPEP 99Sep-02
99-9Integrated Hydrogen Peroxide and Propylene Oxide TechnologyPEP 99Dec-02
99-10Ascorbic AcidPEP 99Oct-02
99-11Responsible Investing and the Chemical IndustryPEP 99Jul-02
99-12Economics of Recycling PET in Europe, ThePEP 99Jul-02
99-13a-Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Acetate Production from Citral via IsophytolPEP 99Dec-02
99-14Methyl Methacrylate by Lucite’s Alpha TechnologyPEP 99Jan-03
99-15AcetaminophenPEP 99Dec-02
2000-1The Aftertreatment Market for Particle and Nox Emissions in Diesel Road TransportPEP 00Nov-02
2000-2Maleic Anhydride from Butane by the BOC/Mitsubishi TechnologyPEP 00Sep-03
2000-3Hydroquinone from Phenol using Ti-Si CatalystPEP 00Aug-03
2000-4Carbon Trading in the Chemical Industry: A look at Coming CO2 Emission LimitsPEP 00Jan-03
2000-5Acrolein Production from PropanePEP 00Sep-03
2000-6Regeneration of Sulfuric Acid from Sulfate Salts via Hydrogen PeroxidePEP 00Oct-03
2000-7Ethanol from Corn StoverPEP 00Nov-03
2000-8Demography and Demand: Growth Scenarios for 2040PEP 00Mar-03
2000-9Impact of Biodiesel Growth: A Strategic AssessmentPEP 00May-03
2000-10Impact of the EU’s “REACH” Chemicals PolicyPEP 00May-03
2000-11Barge Mounted GTL ProductionPEP 00Jun-03
2000-12Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis via Low Boiling Solvent Slurry Phase ReactorsPEP 00Feb-03
2000-13Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis via Reactive DistillationPEP 00Apr-03
2000-14Reaction Injection Molded Automotive Body PanelsPEP 00May-03
2000-15Future Process Technology DevelopmentPEP 00Sep-03
2001-1Six Sigma in Chemicals: More than a fad, but not for everyonePEP 01Nov-03
2001-2Physical Property Issues in Simulation: Gas SolubilityPEP 01Dec-03
2001-3Commercial Production of Calcium FormatePEP 01Aug-03
2001-4Petroleum Coke GasificationPEP 01Sep-03
2001-5Barge Mounted Methanol ProductionPEP 01Jul-03
2001-6Ethylene Carbonate from Ethylene OxidePEP 01Nov-03
2001-7Single Step Hydrogen Gas SynthesisPEP 01Sep-03
2001-8Hydrogen Outlet for MethanolPEP 01Oct-03
2001-9Acrylic Acid Production by Propane OxidationPEP 01Sep-03
2001-10The Olefins Industry in the New EU Member StatesPEP 01Aug-03
2001-11UOP Methanol to OlefinsPEP 01Sep-03
2001-12S Zorb Diesel Sulfur Removal TechnologyPEP 01Sep-03
2001-13White Mineral Oils by the BASF ProcessPEP 01Aug-03
2001-14Jumbo Methanol Production Process via Toyo TechnologyPEP 01Oct-03
2001-15Technologies for Lower-Carbon Power GenerationPEP 01Sep-03
2002-1Security Vulnerability Assessment for the Chemical IndustryPEP 02Dec-03
2002-2Hydrogen Energy and Its Present ApplicationsPEP 02Aug-03
2002-3Hydrogen Energy and Its Future ApplicationsPEP 02Oct-03
2002-4Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) by Supercritical CO2 ProcessPEP 02Sep-03
2002-5Biodiesel Production via Axen’s Hetergeneous Catalysis ProcessPEP 02Nov-03
2002-6Update on Phenol from Benzene via Single-Step HydroxylationPEP 02Sep-03
2002-7Liquefied Natural Gas RegasificationPEP 02Nov-03
2002-8Polyhydroxyalkanoates from Organic WastesPEP 02Sep-03
2002-9The Production of Perfluorodioxole & Amorphous FluoropolymersPEP 02Dec-03
2002-10Diphenyl Carbonate from Ethylene Carbonate via Dimethyl Carbonate by Asahi TechnologyPEP 02Nov-03
2002-11Acrylate-Based Weakly Acidic Cationic Ion Exchange ResinsPEP 02Nov-03
2002-12Butadiene Extraction by the BASF New NMP ProcessPEP 02Sep-03
2002-13Advances in Solid State Hydrogen Storage TechnologiesPEP 02Dec-03
2002-14Ethylbenzene from Ethylene & Benzene via Zeolite Catalyzed ProcessPEP 02Sep-03
2002-15Divided Wall Distillation TechnologyPEP 02Oct-03
2003-1Carbon Nanotubes in JapanPEP 03Dec-03
2003-2Soil Remediation: Air Sparging & Thermal DesorptionPEP 03Dec-03
2003-3Monetizing Carbon Dioxide into SyngasPEP 03Nov-03
2003-4Topical Report: Economics Forces Restructuring the Chemical IndustryPEP 03Dec-03
2003-5Process for Production of Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol CopolymerPEP 03Nov-03
2003-6Online Process Economics OptimizersPEP 03Sep-03
2003-7Anionic Polystyrene; A New GenerationPEP 03Oct-03
2003-8Salicylic AcidPEP 03Dec-03
2003-9Jumbo DME Production via Toyo TechnologyPEP 03Oct-03
2003-10New One-Step Oxo Process for 1,3-PropanediolPEP 03Oct-03
2003-11Ethanol from BagassePEP 03Dec-03
2003-12NExOCTANE Isooctane ProcessPEP 03Nov-03
2003-13Competitive Intelligence from Environmental Regulatory InformationPEP 03Oct-03
2003-14Developments in the External Value of Intellectual Property in the Chemical IndustryPEP 03Nov-03
2003-15Base Load Liquefied Natural Gas by Cascade RefrigerationPEP 03Dec-03
2004-1Physical Property Issues in Simulation: Vapor-Liquid EquilibriumPEP 04May-04
2004-2MDIPEP 04Feb-04
2004-31,3-Propanediol from Ethylene Oxide via a 3-HydroxyesterPEP 04Apr-04
2004-4Cyclohexanone from Cyclohexane by Bionic Oxidation with Sinopec TechnologyPEP 04Feb-04
2004-5Experience Curve Impact on Capital CostPEP 04Feb-04
2004-6Physical Property Issues in Simulation: Liquid-Liquid EquilibriumPEP 04Jun-04
2004-7Update of Caprolactam from Liquid Phase Ammoximation & Vapor Phase RearrangementPEP 04Dec-04
2004-8Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Technology UpdatePEP 04Dec-04
2004-9Hexafluoropropylene Oxide Production by a Biphasic ProcessPEP 04Nov-04
2004-10Ethanol from StrawPEP 04Dec-04
2004-11Mega AmmoniaPEP 04Dec-04
2004-12Formic Acid by Kemira ProcessPEP 04Apr-04
2004-13Online Trading for Chemicals: Status OutlookPEP 04Apr-04
2004-14An Integrated Process for TDI via TDA & DimethylcarbonatePEP 04Mar-04
2004-15Superflex Process for Light OlefinsPEP 04Dec-04
2005-1Remote Gas Strategies—Industry Status of Remote Gas ProductionPEP 05Jun-05
2005-2Remote Gas Strategies—Commercial Status of GTLPEP 05Jul-05
2005-3LNG RegasificationPEP 05Jan-05
2005-4Ethanol from SwitchgrassPEP 05Dec-05
2005-5Lyondell Direct-Oxidation Propylene Oxide TechnologyPEP 05Oct-05
2005-6Polyethylene by Borealis’ Borstar ProcessPEP 05Dec-05
2005-7Biodiesel via Axens Heterogeneous Catalysis Esterfip-H ProcessPEP 05Dec-05
2005-8Production of Ethylene Based Elastomers by a Solution Process with Exxpol Metallocene CatalystPEP 05Jan-05
2005-9Diphenyl Carbonate from Phenol via Diphenyl Oxalates with Improved UBE TechnologyPEP 05May-05
2005-10Estimating Carbon Emissions in Chemicals Manufacturing from SRIC Production-Cost DataPEP 05Jun-05
2005-11Advances in Naphtha Steam CrackingPEP 05Dec-05
2005-12Current Development of Technology for the Production of Bisphenol APEP 05Jun-05
2005-13Vinylidene Chloride Copolymers by Suspension and Emulsion PolymerizationPEP 05Jun-05
2005-14Polyethylene by Chevron-Phillips Slurry Loop ProcessPEP 05Oct-05
2005-15Recovery of Styrene from Pyrolysis GasolinePEP 05Dec-05
2006-1PEP Cost Index for ChinaPEP 06May-06
2006-2Prices Indices, Labor Cost and Labor Productivity for PCI ChinaPEP 06Dec-06
2006-3Biodiesel and Global Warmer EmissionsPEP 06Dec-06
2006-4Sucralose Production via Sucrose-6-Acetate RoutePEP 06Dec-06
2006-5Iron Catalysis for F-T Fuels ProductionPEP 06Dec-06
2006-6Short Contact Time Catalytic CrackingPEP 06Dec-06
2006-7Remote Gas Strategies Onsite Storage of Natural Gas as HydratesPEP 06Nov-06
2006-8Major Trends Affecting the Chemical IndustryPEP 06Jul-06
2006-9North American Ethylene FeedstocksPEP 06Sep-06
2006-10Polyethylene by Basell’s Spherilene ProcessPEP 06Nov-06
2006-11Production of Propylene from Fluid Catalytic Cracker Naphtha StreamsPEP 06Sep-06
2006-12Trends in Coating Resins Made by Emulsion PolymerizationPEP 06Dec-06
2006-13Polyethylene by Basell’s Hostalen ProcessPEP 06Dec-06
2006-14Production of Toluene Diisocyanate from Toluene Diamine & Dimethyl CarbonatePEP 06Dec-06
2006-15p-Xylene by Hybride for Combined Crystallization/Adsorption ProcessPEP 07Dec-06
2007-1BiobutanolPEP 07May-07
2007-2Fischer-Tropsch Reactor System LoopPEP 07Dec-07
2007-3Hydrogen: A Technical ReviewPEP 07Mar-07
2007-4Epichlorohydrin from GlycerinPEP 07Aug-07
2007-5Sellers Beware: Voluntary Carbon Offsets, Carbon Labels and the Chemical IndustryPEP 07Oct-07
2007-6Speculative Incremental Design Improvement for Caprolactam via Liquid Phase Ammoximation and Vapor Phase RearrangementPEP 07Dec-07
2007-7Comparison of Polyethylene ProcessesPEP 07Dec-07
2007-8IsoThermingTM Hydrotreating Process for Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel FuelPEP 07Dec-07
2007-9Ethyl Acetate by Direct Addition of Ethylene and Acetic AcidPEP 07Dec-07
2007-10Ammonia from Natural Gas by KBR “KAAP” ProcessPEP 07Dec-07
2007-11Feedstock Price Issues for Bio-Derived MaterialsPEP 07Dec-07
2007-12Passenger Car Motor Oil:  Development and Future TrendsPEP 07Nov-07
2007-13Succinic Acid from Maleic AnhydridePEP 07Dec-07
2007-14REACH Briefing:  A Review of EU Chemicals’ LicensingPEP 07Dec-07
2007-15Estimating the Carbon Footprint of the Worldwide Chemical IndustryPEP 07Dec-07
2008-1Toluene Diisocyanate from Toluene by Bayer Gas Phase Phosgenation Preliminary EvaluationPEP 08Dec-08
2008-2Acid Gas RemovalPEP 08Apr-08
2008-3Chemical Plant Security Regulation & Associated CostPEP 08Jul-08
2008-4Soil RemediationPEP 08Dec-08
2008-5Olefinic Block Copolymer Production using Dow Chemical’s Chain Shuttling AgentPEP 08Oct-08
2008-6Advanced Pyrolysis Gasoline UpgradingPEP 08Dec-08
2008-7Pulverized Coal Fired Power PlantPEP 08Nov-08
2008-8Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power PlantPEP 08Dec-08
2008-9Fuel & Petrochemical Price Relationships in High Crude Oil Price EnvironmentPEP 08Dec-08
2008-10INEOS Slurry Loop Polyethylene ProcessPEP 08Dec-08
2008-11Carbon Capture via OxycombustionPEP 08Dec-08
2008-12Will the Real Carbon Footprint Please Stand Up?PEP 08Dec-08
2008-13Five Year Outlook for Mergers & Acquisitions in the Chemical IndustryPEP 08Nov-08
2008-14Processing Acidic Crude OilsPEP 08Dec-08
2008-15Process Water Management and TreatmentPEP 08Dec-08
2009-1HF Alkylation Process Incorporation ExxonMobil Concepts Disclosed in US Patent Applications Issued in June/July 2008PEP 09Mar-09
2009-2Asahi Kasei Diphenyl Carbonate Process Involving the Production and Use of Dibutyl CarbonatePEP 09Jun-09
2009-3Integrated Production of Toluene Diisocyanate from ToluenePEP 09Oct-09
2009-4Propylene Oxide by the BASF-Dow HPPO ProcessPEP 09Dec-09
2009-5Biodiesel via Heterogeneous Catalysis Catilin ProcessPEP 09Oct-09
2009-6Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS)PEP 09Aug-09
2009-7Cycloolefin Copolymers (COC)PEP 09Nov-09
2009-8Polyethylene Production by a  Solution Porcess Using Loop Polymerization ReactorsPEP 09Nov-09
2009-9Biodiesel from AlgaePEP 09Nov-09
2009-10Ammonia from Natural Gas by the Lurgi-Casale Megammonia ProcessPEP 09Jun-09
2009-11Ammonia from Natural Gas by the KBR Purifier ProcessPEP 09Jul-09
2009-12Carbon Dioxide CompressionPEP 09Dec-09
2009-13Natural Gas Recovery from Methane Hydrates via DepressurizationPEP 09Dec-09
2009-14C3-C4 Oligomerization for GasolinePEP 09Nov-09
2009-15Liquid Phase MethanolPEP 09Jun-09
2010-1Polyvinyl Alcohol ProductionPEP 10Jan-10
2010-2ExxonMobil’s Ultra High Viscosity Index Polyalphaolefin Lubricant Blend StockPEP 10Apr-10
2010-3Ultra High Supercritical Pulverized CoalPEP 10Feb-10
2010-4Fischer-Tropsch Oxygenated ProductsPEP 10Nov-10
2010-5Lithium for Electric Vehicles – A Technology and Economics AssessmentPEP 10Sep-10
2010-6Catalytic Steam GasificationPEP 10Jun-10
2010-7ABS Resin ProductionPEP 10Dec-10
2010-8Electrostatic Desalting of Opportunity Crude OilsPEP 10Dec-10
2010-9Propylene Production from Propane by the Catofin ProcessPEP 10Dec-10
2010-10Lummus/CB&I Hexene-1 from C4 Process (Comonomer Production TechnologyPEP 10Dec-10
2010-11Thermal Visbreaking of Vacuum ResiduePEP 10Dec-10
2010-12Ethylene Oxide Production by Nippon Shokubai ProcessPEP 10Mar-10
2010-13Reverse Osmosis for Seawater DesalinationPEP 10Dec-10
2010-14Bio-based Succinic AcidPEP 10Dec-10
2010-15CO2 Recovery by Fluor’s CO2LDSep ProcessPEP 10Dec-10
2011-1Chloroacetic Acid by Direct ChlorinationPEP 11Feb-11
2011-2Carbonate Production by an Alkyltin Alkoxide CatalystPEP 11Mar-11
2011-3Closed Loop Processing in Polysilicon ProductionPEP 11Mar-11
2011-4Propylene Production via Metathesis of Ethylene and ButenesPEP 11Mar-11
2011-5On-Purpose Butadiene ProductionPEP 11Jun-11
2011-6Rebalancing the PEP Cost IndexPEP 11Sep-11
2011-7Updating the PEP Cost IndexPEP 11Sep-11
2011-8Polycarbonate via Dow Phosgenation ProcessPEP 11Nov-11
2011-9Bio-Based IsoprenePEP 11Dec-11
2011-10Ethanol Production by Celanese Acetyl TechnologyPEP 11Oct-11
2011-11Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Using CO2PEP 11Dec-11
2011-12Continuous SAP Production via Double Kneader ReactorPEP 11Nov-11
2011-13Advanced Technology Natural Gas Combined CyclePEP 11Nov-11
2011-14Methanol Production via Toyo ProcessPEP 11Dec-11
2011-15Polypropylene by LyondellBasell’s Spheripol ProcessPEP 11Nov-11
2012-1Acetic Acid, Update of the Chiyoda Acetica™ RoutesPEP 12Nov-12
2012-2Acetic Acid, Update of Oxidation RoutesPEP 12Apr-12
2012-3Coal Gasification Technology in ChinaPEP 12Feb-12
2012-4Process Economics of Coal-Based Olefins Production in ChinaPEP 12May-12
2012-5Propylene Production by the JGC/MCC DTP™ ProcessPEP 12Dec-12
2012-6High-Purity Isobutylene Production by MTBE CrackingPEP 12Dec-12
2012-7Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether Production from Steam Cracker C4 StreamPEP 12Dec-12
2012-8PEP Cost Index Methodology UpdatePEP 12Sep-12
2012-9Polypropylene by INEOS Technologies Innovene™ PP ProcessPEP 12Sep-12
2012-10Ethylene Glycol Production from Coal-Based Synthesis GasPEP 12Oct-12
2012-111-Hexene Production by Axens AlphaHexol™ ProcessPEP 12Sep-12
2012-12Glacial Acrylic Acid via Sulzer Falling Film CrystallizationPEP 12Dec-12
2012-13Polyamide (Nylon) 6PEP 12Nov-12
2012-14Light Naphtha Isomerization by JSC SIE Neftehim IsoMalk-2™ ProcessPEP 12Oct-12
2012-15Tipping Point for Power Generation: New NGCC vs Legacy CoalPEP 12Dec-12
2013-1Acetic Acid, Update of the Celanese AO Plus ProcessPEP 13Feb-13
2013-2NGL Recovery by Low Pressure Drop Refrigeration ProcessPEP 13Sep-13
2013-3Cerenol™—DuPont Polyether Glycol Made from 1,3-Propanediol (PDO)PEP 13Apr-13
2013-4Davy Methanation Process Technology Integrated with Coal to Substitute Natural GasPEP 13Apr-13
2013-5Propylene Production via the Ethylene Dimerization and OCT TechnologyPEP 13Mar-13
2013-6High-Purity Isobutylene from t-Butanol by LyondellBasell ProcessPEP 13Feb-13
2013-7Acetic Acid, Update of the BP Cativa ProcessPEP 13Jun-13
2013-8Coal-Based MEG Production by Sinopec SRIPT ProcessPEP 13Dec-13
2013-9Coal-Based MEG Production by Ube ProcessPEP 13Dec-13
2013-10Adipic Acid from Free Fatty Acids via Verdezyne FermentationPEP 13Dec-13
2013-11Phenol and Cumene Process SummaryPEP 13Dec-13
2013-12LDPE Process SummaryPEP 13Nov-13
2013-13Update of Offsite CostsPEP 13Dec-13
2013-14Liquid-Phase Alkylation of Dilute Ethylene to Ethylbenzene by Lummus ProcessPEP 13Dec-13
2013-15Hydrogen PeroxidePEP 13Dec-13
2014-1Syngas via MIDREX® SynRG™ReformerPEP 14Mar-14
2014-2Exxon Isodecyl Alcohol from NonenesPEP 14Jan-14
2014-3Polypropylene Process SummaryPEP 14Mar-14
2014-4Para-DichlorobenzenePEP 14Mar-14
2014-5MMA Process SummaryPEP 14Sep-14
2014-6Methanol Process SummaryPEP 14Oct-14
2014-7Conversion of Methane to Ethylene by Siluria ProcessPEP 14Apr-14
2014-8Ethylbenzene by Badger EBMax Liquid Phase Alkylation ProcessPEP 14Apr-14
2014-9Polybutadiene by Neodymium CatalystPEP 14Oct-14
2014-10Direct Syngas to Acetic Acid by BP SaaBre ProcessPEP 14Nov-14
2014-11MEG Process SummaryPEP 14Sep-14
2014-12On Purpose 1-Octene by  Sasol’s Ethylene Tetramerization ProcessPEP 14Sep-14
2014-13On Purpose 1-Octene by Dow’s Tolemerization ProcessPEP 14Nov-14
2014-14Polybutadiene by Lithium CatalystPEP 14Nov-14
2014-15Sugar Production by Corn Wet MillingPEP 14Dec-14
2015-1Natural Gas Acid Gas RemovalPEP 15May-15
2015-2Bayer-Thyssebkrupp ODC (Oxygen Depolarized Cathode) Chlor Alkali TechnologyPEP 15Oct-15
2015-3Hydrogen Balancing in a Gas-to-Liquid PlantPEP 15Apr-15
2015-4Isoprene Production by Kuraray One-Step Isobutylene and Formaldehyde ProcessPEP 15May-15
2015-5Cellulose AcetatePEP 15Oct-15
2015-6Polyamide 6 (Nylon 6) Process SummaryPEP 15Jul-15
2015-7HCN Production ProcessesPEP 15Oct-15
2015-8JNC PVC TechnologyPEP 15Dec-15
2015-9Ethylene Process SummaryPEP 15Nov-15
2015-10Hydrogen Production Process SummaryPEP 15Dec-15
2015-11BP’s New Generation Process for Polymer Grade Terephalate Acid ProductionPEP 15Dec-15
2015-12BP’s p-Xylene Crystallization ProcessPEP 15Dec-15
2015-13Floating LNG Plants (FLNG)PEP 15Dec-15
2015-14Acrylonitrile Process SummaryPEP 15Dec-15
2015-15LLDPE Process SummaryPEP 15Oct-15
2016-01Carbon Monoxide Production from Syngas via Cryogenic Paritical Condensation ProcessPEP 16Jan-16
2016-02Toluene Methylation Process by GT-TolAlk ProcessPEP 16Mar-16
2016-03LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) Process SummaryPEP 16Jul-16
2016-04Butyl Rubber by ExxonMobil TechnologyPEP 16Mar-16
2016-05Process Summary: Natural Gas Separation and RecoveryPEP 16Dec-16
2016-06Pygas C5 Separation ProcessesPEP 16Apr-16
2016-07Air Separation Process UpdatePEP 16Jun-16
2016-08Chemical Value Chain Production EconomicsPEP 16Nov-16
2016-09Nitric Acid Produciton by KRB/Weatherly Dual Pressure ProcessPEP 16Sep-16
2016-10Acrylic Acid Process SummaryPEP 16Dec-16
2016-11Propylene Process SummaryPEP 16Dec-16
2016-12Chloro Alkali Process SummaryPEP 16Sep-16
2016-13MDI (Methylene Diisocyanate) Process UpdatePEP 16Mar-17
2016-14Ammonia Production by Haldor Topsoe ProcessPEP 16Dec-16
2016-15Nitric Acid Process by Weatherly/KBR Single Pressure ProcessPEP 16Sep-16
2017-01CNPC Millionton PTA ProcessPEP 17Apr-17
2017-02Ammonia Production by Haldor Topsoe Advanced ProcessPEP 17Mar-17
2017-03Syngas Production for Ammonia from Natural GasPEP 17Jan-17
2017-04Syngas Production for Ammonia from CoalPEP 17Feb-17
2017-05LyondellBasell Hyperzone HDPE ProcessPEP 17Feb-17
2017-06Asahi Diphenyl Carbonate Process UpdatePEP 17Feb-17
2017-07Isoprene Process SummaryPEP 17Apr-17
2017-08Melamine by Golden Elephant ProcessPEP 17Oct-17
2017-09Styrene by CB&I/UOP Classic ProcessPEP 17Jun-17
2017-10Styrene by CB&I/UOP SMART ProcessPEP 17Aug-17
2017-11SBR Process SummaryPEP 17Feb-17
2017-12Accounting for Carbon Emission Cost in Chemical Production EconomicsPEP 17Oct-17
2017-13TDI (Toluene Diisocyanate) Process UpdatePEP 17Dec-18
2017-14Isoprene by Isopentane DehydrogenationPEP 17Sep-17
2017-15Estimation of Project Cost beyond EPC Construction CostsPEP 17Feb-18
2018-01Acetic Acid by Chiyoda CT-ACETICA ProcessPEP 18Feb-18
2018-02Condendate SplittingPEP 18 Mar-18
2018-03Crude Oil Atomospherc DistillationPEP 18May-18
2018-04Crude Oil Vacuum DistillationPEP 18May-18
2018-05Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Production by Evonik LiMA ProcessPEP 18Jun-18
2018-06Siluria OCM Process to Light Olefins (Stand-alone and Integrated COTC)PEP 18Est. Feb 2019
2018-07UOP’s Two-Stage Tatory ProcessPEP 18Oct-18
2018-08Styrene by Total Fina/Badger ProcessPEP 18Feb-18
2018-09Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) Recycle to Chlorine Using ODC Electrolysis TechnologyPEP 18Dec-18
2018-10Dual Methane Expander Liquefaction for LNG ProductionPEP 18Dec-18
2018-11Chevron Lummus Global (LC-Slurry Technology for Vacuum Residue UpgradingPEP 18May-18
2018-12Sulfuric Acid from Sulfur- Updates on Contact ProcessPEP 18Feb-18
2018-13Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Production by BASF ProcessPEP 18Jan-19
2018-14Acrylic Acid by BASF TechnologyPEP 18Jun-18
2018-15Flare SystemsPEP 18Dec-19
2019-01Small Scale HCL ProductionPEP 19Q1 19
2019-02MethaformingPEP 19Q1 19
2019-03Single Step MIBK ProcessPEP 19Q1 19
2019-04Compact Membrane TechnologyPEP 19Q1 19
2019-05MOL Gasolfin TechnologyPEP 19Q2 19
2019-06Methanol from Coke Oven GasPEP 19Q2 19
2019-07Hydrogen Production by ElectrolysisPEP 19Q2 19
2019-08Davy/Eastman MEG Process via FormaldehydePEP 19Q2 19
2019-09SuperClaus Sulfur RecoveryPEP 19Q2 19
2019-10Yima Methanol to Ethanol ProcessPEP 19Q3 19
2019-11MAX-ISOM™ TechnologyPEP 19Q3 19
2019-12Dynamic Location FactorsPEP 19Q1 19
2019-13PhenolPEP 19Q4 19
2019-14Coolbrook RDR (Roto Dynamic Reactor) Process for Ethylene ProductionPEP 19Q1 19
2019-15Plastic Recycle and Sustainability- a Process Economics FrameworkPEP 19Q1 19

Consolidated Reports

CR001Wide Range Linear Alpha Olefin Processes2014Jul-14
CR002On-Purpose Linear Alpha Olefin Processes2015Jan-15
CR003Propylene Oxide Processes2015Aug-15
CR004Oxo Alcohol Processes2016Feb-16
CR005Acetic Acid2016Aug-16
CR006Polypropylene2016Dec-16

PCCTs

Process Summary (Review )#TitlePublication Phase YearLast Update
PCCTAcetic AcidPEP 18October-18
PCCTAcrylic AcidPEP 18September-18
PCCTAcrylonitrilePEP 19October-18
PCCTChlor AlkaliPEP 18October-18
PCCTEthylenePEP 18January-19
PCCTEthylene Oxide and Ethylene GlycolPEP 18September-18
PCCTHDPEPEP 18September-18
PCCTIsoprenePEP 18October-18
PCCTLDPE & EVAPEP 18September-18
PCCTLiquefied Natural Gas (LNG)PEP 18October-18
PCCTLLDPEPEP 18September-18
PCCTMethanolPEP 18January-19
PCCTMethyl Methacrylate (MMA)PEP 18September-18
PCCTNatural Gas Monetization OptionsPEP 18October-18
PCCTNGLs SeparationPEP 18October-18
PCCTPolycarbonatePEP 18October-18
PCCTPolypropylenePEP 18December-19
PCCTPropylenePEP 18December-19
PCCTPropylene OxidePEP 18September-18
PCCTNylon 6, 66PEP 19Q1-2019
PCCTSBRPEP 19Q1-2019

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