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China's methanol to olefin industry pattern is taking shape

MA Xingmei, deputy general manager of Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Dalian emerging energy technology Co., Ltd., said that China's methanol to olefin industry pattern is taking shape. The methanol to olefin project, which is under operation nationwide and does not ask whether other data of thermal insulation materials meet the new national standard, will release 15million tons of olefin capacity to the market in the next year

at the second coal to olefin technology and economic forum hosted by the China Chemical Information Center this year, the hairdressing performance of Malaysia branch pointed out: "due to the good material characteristics of methanol composites, the industrial pattern of producing olefins from coal in the central and western regions, and the deep processing of methanol to olefins in the southeast coastal areas relying on overseas natural production of methanol."

according to the statistics of January 2013, currently, there are 28 sets of licensed industrial units of methanol to olefin Technology (DMTO), with a capacity of 14.4 million tons

compared with the first generation DMTO technology, dmto-ii technology improves the olefin yield by 10%. "The dmto-iii technology being developed by Dalian Institute of chemical physics has better performance of the new catalyst. The olefin production capacity of a single reactor reaches 1million tons/year, the methanol treatment capacity is 3million tons/year, the olefin selectivity will reach 90%, and the investment per ton of olefin will also be reduced."

it is reported that at present, 90% of ethylene raw materials in China come from oil, of which naphtha accounts for 67%, Ma Zhanfeng said. Under the severe situation of prominent oil supply and demand, methanol to olefin is one of the important ways of "oil substitution"

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