Crude Tall Oil Derivatives Market
We are working on crude tall oil derivatives market and looking to better our understanding and validate the information on market shares of automotive, specialty chemicals & petrochemicals, oil & gas and mining and other end-user industries.
Additionally, we are looking to have an exhaustive list chemical and trade names of the major crude tall oil derivatives used for the following applications:
3) tire manufacturing
5) metal working fluids
6) soap & detergents
8) printing inks
9) paper sizing
11) oil drilling
12) mineral floatation
14) chewing gum.
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the catalysis center for energy innovation (ccei), a u.S. Department of energy-energy frontier research center led by the university of delaware, has announced a two-year program with exxonmobil to research renewable chemicals from biomass. The research will focus on converting lignocellulosic (non-food) biomass such as trees and grasses to polymers that are identical to existing petrochemical products. Research strategies to replace fossil fuel feedstocks for polymers have initially focused on new chemicals derived from biomass that have the same function but new structure. However, functional-replacement chemicals for new polymers frequently have physical properties that can make processing challenging and can be expensive to develop into new products.The cceis research focuses on using high throughput and low cost thermochemical (non-biological) catalysts to yield direct-replacement chemicals. You can mix our renewable chemicals with the petroleum-based material and the consumer will not be able to tell the difference, says paul dauenhauer, professor, of the ccei and the university of massachusetts amherst. Bio-derived direct-replacement chemicals can be directly blended at any ratio with existing petrochemical products.
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Chemical/oil & Gas Construction Sector In Scotland
I would like to conduct a competitor analysis for the chemical/oil&gas sector in scotland.
1. What are the different contract and pricing models adopted in the chemical/oil & gas construction sector in scotland?
2. I would also like to understand the contract and pricing models adopted by certain construction firs and chemical companies in scotland.
3. What are the pros and cons of each model?
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