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Petrochemical Cracker

Hi, i am virat & i work for ***** as a senior research analyst in the petrochemicals domain. I am currently working on an internal study on global cracker profiling. I would like to understand about the current global cracker scenario and have an understanding of the future trends with regards to crackers located across the globe. Looking in specific on the following points: 1)exhaustive list of crackers and location – na, la, emea and apac 2) feedstock base in each of the crackers. 3) technology used in each of the crackers. 4) products under consideration: ethylene, propylene and butadiene. Looking for experts in the field of petrochemicals. Thanks and regards, virat

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    Rob |BSc Mechanical Engineering

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    Amarjit |CEO/VP/ Project Director/CTO

    Have been working in Petrochemical industry for over 30 years and in last 20 years worked with major...

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    Pranav |Process Engineer

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Petrochemical Plant Startup And Operation

I'm interested in starting a small petrochemical plant in png and would like the guidance and assistance of a business mentor.

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    Wael |Operation Engineer

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    Steven |Petrochemicals Ethylene Olefins

    I've been working on projects in PNG for quite some time. With my deep PetChem background I can hel...

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    Sean |Senior Water and Process Consultant

    This is an extremely broad range topic. Could you define the topic more clearly, as to what parts o...

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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: 1) bio-diesel 2) lubricants 3) tire manufacturing 4) plastics 5) metal working fluids 6) soap & detergents 7) coatings 8) printing inks 9) paper sizing 10) adhesives 11) oil drilling 12) mineral floatation 13) sterols 14) chewing gum.

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    Rainer |VP R&T (emeritus)

    Dear Madam, Dear ir Would be interested in working on this project. Further details would be welcome...

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    Disha |Manager - Research & Consulting

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    Lawrence |Principal

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Solvents In Oil & Gas

We require information related to supply-demand dynamics (global and south-est asia specific) and cost structure for the following chemicals/ solvents: • therminol family • perchloroethylene • wax dispersants • solvent naptha 1. Elaborate on cost drivers (and their % contribution to overall cost) for each chemical. Are there any specific indices that would help to track these cost drivers? 2. Insights regarding different engagement models for each chemical between major oil and gas companies and the manufacturers/ distributors? A. What are the best contracting practices and the pricing mechanisms adopted? B. Can suppliers supply all above mentioned solvents under a single contract (from a single supplier)? 3. What are the supply and demand trends (oversupplied/ undersupplied/ tight/ supply disruption) witnessed in each chemical market in the past five years in south east asia, and globally? 4. Comment on price changes in the past year and the outlook of prices for the next year. 5. Details on application areas within oil & gas industry 6. Industry-wise demand share of each chemical. Please share your contact details to expedite the process. Regards,

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    Himanshu |Zintro Expert

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    Ghayur |General Manager Operations

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Base Oils For Refinery, Petrochemicals - Estimates

We are looking for insights into costs incurred for base oils that are produced for or procured by refineries or petrochemical industry for their operations. If not specific, approximate ranges will also do. We do not have a specific case for reference yet. But generally, for a unit of moderate complexity (example) including fcc/ccr units and other relevant applications, we are trying to build a should cost analysis around 100 litres/relevant unit batch/lot of base oils. We request the expert consulted to help choose a scenario for us and help build our estimate accordingly. We need clarity on if this includes catalyst regeneration, replacement and recovery costs as well. 1. What are the annual average volumes for base oil? What are the annual average quantities or batches of base oil that a plant produces/ procures? Are they in volumes or kgs/lots? How often are they procured? Assume for any one type of base oil for a given scenario. 2. Which brands of base oils do oil and gas process plants and facilities usually procure? What are their specifications when usually procured? 3. What are the factors that drive the costs to manufacture/produce/supply wash oils and lubricants? How much would each aspect of base oil costs be? (material/ labour/ equipment/ processing/ utilities/ consumables costs?) 4. What are the materials handling, processing and packaging costs? What are the additional peripheral costs involved? (if any, including overheads, supervision, taxes, r&d and distribution) 5. What are the costs to supply and distribute the base oils from supplier site to the required process plant/facility? Are there any logistics costs involved? 6. How do suppliers quote their charges for the required supply/containment? What are the detailed line items of the quote? 7. How do suppliers formally quote their charges for the required supply/containment of base oils? Are there any overall 2 3 metrics/values? Or is there a detailed estimate drawn up? Kindly explain ranges of total costs with relevant details.

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    Barry |Owner - Consultant and Associate

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    Sean |Senior Water and Process Consultant

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Weapon Oil Market

I am an executive at a specialty chemicals company. We are currently conducting research on the weapon oils market. We would like to speak with an expert regarding the aging and chemistry characteristics of weapon oils. We would also like to learn more about what substances are used, in what volumes, how often they need to be replaced, the aging process, and types of failure

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    Leonard |Consultant

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    Virgil |Consultant

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Brazilian Petrochemicals Industry

Hi. I work for a prominent expert network in partnership with zintro. We are looking for experts with experience in the brazilian petrochemicals industry. Please respond with your preferred method of contact if you have experience in this specific industry.

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    ROSENDO |SENIOR ENGINEER

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Wash Oils, Lubricants - O&g Cost Estimates

We are looking for insights into costs incurred for wash oils and lubricants that are produced for or procured by refineries or petrochemical industry for their operations. If not specific, approximate ranges will also do. We do not have a specific case for reference yet. But generally, for a unit of moderate complexity (example) including refinery/petrochemical units and other relevant plant applications, we are trying to build a should cost analysis around 100 litres/relevant unit batch/lot of wash oils/lubricants. We request the expert consulted to help choose a scenario for us and help build our estimate accordingly. 1. What are the annual average volumes for wash oils and lubricants used? What are the annual average quantities or batches that a plant produces/ procures? Are they in volumes or kgs/lots? How often are they procured? Assume for any one type of wash oil or lubricant for a given scenario. 2. Which brands of wash oils and lubricants do oil and gas process plants and facilities usually procure? What are their specifications when usually procured? 3. What are the factors that drive the costs to manufacture/produce/supply wash oils and lubricants? How much would each aspect of lubricants costs be? (material/ labour/ equipment/ processing/ utilities/ consumables costs?) 4. What are the materials handling, processing and packaging costs? What are the additional peripheral costs involved? (if any, including overheads, supervision, taxes, r&d and distribution) 5. What are the costs to supply and distribute the wash oils/lubricants from supplier site to the required process plant/facility? Are there any logistics costs involved? 6. How do suppliers quote their charges for the required supply/containment? What are the detailed line items of the quote? 7. How do suppliers formally quote their charges for the required supply/containment of wash oils/lubricants? Are there any overall 2 3 metrics/values? Or is there a detailed estimate drawn up? Kindly explain ranges of total costs with relevant details.

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    Barry |Owner - Consultant and Associate

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Petrochemical Engineering

A chemical company interested in commercializing its technology in the oil industry is seeking highly experienced consultant to assist in identifying opportunities and connecting company to the right partners. The company has down well application technology that is designed to stimulate oil flow that it is looking to commercialize. **consultant should have the following experience**: • must have worked for an oil services firm selling those chemicals in the us. Strong preference for a houston based consultant. • must have technical knowledge of chemical used in oil production. • must have experience selling those chemicals to operators. • must have experience bringing new technology to market. • must have great connections and the ability to convince operators to set up field trials. • must have great connections with oil service companies. • must be knowledgeable about different rock formations including sand control and tight rock formation. • must be able to present to senior management as well as work with oil field operators. • must have ability to keep confidential information confidential. • must have good references. • must have worked in the oil industry for over 20 years. • masters in petro chemical engineering or similar degree from respected institution. **project duration & compensation**: initially expect low time requirements but could increase with each project started. Compensation to be determined. Note: consultants outside the us, please do not reply to this inquiry. If you meet all of the above must haves, please respond with a brief description of your background, your location and availability to set up a initial call. Thank you.

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    Jack |Sr. Consulting Engineer

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    Tim |President

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Petrochemical Products

We are looking for a petrochemical expert, specifically in aromatics products, naphtha and olefin products, and their macroeconomics interaction.

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    Tarun |Partner

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    Paul |Consultant

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    Lawrence |Principal

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Multi Bed Reactor For Oil And Gas

We are looking for an expert for the manufacturing costs of a multi bed reactor and media change-out costs in a petrochemical/oil and gas refinery. We are interested in understanding the below factors related to cost to build a bottoms-up cost model. If not exact, approximate ranges will work for a general case scenario of using a multi bed reactor. We need- 1. Labor cost 2. Material cost 3. Equipment cost 4. Consumables 5. Cost of packing (type, number of beds, frequency of changing packing, labor involved in changing packing, equipments involved etc) 6. Type of catalyst majorly used please share your contact number and email id for the pre-consult discussion.

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    Barry |Owner - Consultant and Associate

    Being there are numerous different types of *****tors used in oil refining can you be more ...

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    Calvin |President

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Petrochemical Products

Hi zintro expert, the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to hear from you within the next couple of days. While weâ™d love your thoughts, we realize that your time is valuable, so here are a couple of things you need to know before deciding whether or not to participate: - replies should be brief ⓠabout 1-2 paragraphs and include your full name - participation is voluntary no payment will be involved - if chosen, youâ™ll be named in the post and weâ™ll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ hereâ™s the topic on which weâ™d love your thoughts: coatings 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. What are your thoughts about the upcoming research? Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send us your response via znotes within a couple of days. Donâ™t forget to include your full name. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you! the zintro blog team

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    David |Managing Director

    Many of the points in the post ring true. Biomass based polymers often do not have equivalent proper...

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    Mark |Chairman & CEO

    I converted biomass into ethanol at a very low cost less than US$400/ton, and then concerted ethanol...

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    Lawrence |Principal

    I am a world class expert on biofuel technologies from biomass. I enjoy 20 years of petroleum proces...

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