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|Who uses the service?||How?|
|Strategic planners and business analysts||To gain a comprehensive understanding of the assets involved with China coal chemistry with respect to project viability, technology, economics and competitiveness.|
|Chemical company executives||To understand the global competitive impact of the rapidly growing China coal chemical industry|
|Engineering, construction and technology providers||To understand the economic and technological aspects of the China coal chemical industry and to understand the expected demand for construction of new coal chemical facilities|
|Financial institutions||To conduct market analysis of the coal chemical sectors and to discover investment opportunities in China|
With a particular emphasis on China, the study focuses on the following chemical value chains: methanol, ethylene, propylene, MEG, ethanol, and PVC.
For each value chain, the study provides the following:
In addition, the study provides a China coal market overview covering China’s coal reserves, distribution, transportation and pricing mechanisms, a macroeconomic outlook for China, and a discussion of government policies regarding the coal chemical industry. Finally, the study provides an analysis of all the major issues surrounding China’s coal chemical industry.
The deliverables consist of 2 DVDs of the workshops, 36 PowerPoint presentations, a economic analysis snapshot, detailed project assessment, and a 400+ page report.
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