Co2 Recovery In North Europe
I am looking for expertise on the cost structure of carbon dioxide recovery methods in northern europe (baltic sea region).
The specifics include cost structure of various co2 recovery methods across value chain, pros and cons of the methods, best practices in production methods
baltic sea region: denmark, estonia, latvia, finland, germany, lithuania, poland, russia, norway and sweden
cost structure (%)involves: recovery cost, purification and liquefaction cost, logistics cost, sales profit margin for the following recovery methods and end use industries
recovery methods: ethanol production (fermentation), ammonia production, ethylene production, hydrogen manufacturing , natural gas processing, oxy fuel, pre combustion, post combustion
end use industries (for profit margins): food and beverage, eor, pharma, urea production, water treatment, dry ice, co2 storage+8 Other Responses
O&g Donwstream And Refining
i am writing on behalf of a consulting firm that conducts expert interviews in support of industry-wide studies for many of the world's fortune 1000 companies. We are an authorized zintro partner.
for a current study, we are seeking experts to help us better understand trends, opportunities and recent developments in the media industry focused on o&g downstream and refining. We are particularly interested in companies like platts and argus, so expert knowledgeable on these companies (e.G. Former employees, clients) would be preferred.
please note that we are not looking for any confidential information and are only interested in your personal point of view and shared learnings. Our practice is to keep your identity anonymous, as well as that of our client.
we are scheduling 45-60 minute discussions with experts, this/next week and we are happy to provide a compensation for each interview.
if you kindly let me know your contact details (email/phone), i could provide more details on the study and standard process.
we would welcome any referrals to other relevant experts as well.
kolyo +11 Other Responses