Decarbonization Trends in the Chemical Industry

Decarbonization Trends in the Chemical Industry

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24-May-2023
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The report examines the most relevant decarbonization strategies that the chemical industry is currently implementing across the globe. The analysis covers decarbonization from the standpoint of the basic chemicals (ammonia, chlor-alkali, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, methanol, and olefins) and technologies (electrification, efficiency, renewable energy & heat, circular economy, carbon capture, and green hydrogen). Each segment describes the current decarbonization scenario, examines how the industry is addressing the same, and identifies the new challenges that have emerged resultantly.

There is a strong demand in the chemical industry for solutions to decarbonization challenges, specifically to address issues relating to energy efficiency, energy infrastructure, renewable energy procurement, data procurement, data management, and carbon accounting. The study includes an analysis of the decarbonization strategies being implemented by the most important chemical companies in the world and identifies the growth opportunities emerging from the developments and challenges in the industry for stakeholders and market players to leverage.

Author: Leonardo Sampieri

Table of Contents

The Decarbonization Challenge in the Chemical Industry

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Decarbonization in the Chemical Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

The Chemical Industry and Planetary Boundaries

The Chemical Industry and Its Share of Global Emissions

The Chemical Industry and Its Share of Global Emissions* (continued)

EU 27’s Evolution of Energy, Production Levels, and GHG Emissions in the Chemical Industry

EU 27’s Evolution of Scope 1 GHG Emissions

Environmental Impact (EI) and Carbon Emissions

GHGs and Scopes of Emissions

Scopes of Emissions and their Categorization*

Direct and Indirect Energy Decarbonization Strategies in the Chemical Industry*

Electrification

Electrification: Case Study

Energy Efficiency*

Energy Efficiency: Case Study

RE and Renewable Heat*

RE and Renewable Heat: Case Study

CE*

CE: Case Study

CO2 Capture (Carbon Capture and Utilization [CCU] and CCUS)*

CO2 Capture: Case Study

Green H2*

Green H2: Case Study

Demand-side Measures

The Key Chemicals—Quantified

Ammonia Synthesis Decarbonization*

Decarbonization of Chlor-alkali Chemicals*

Decarbonization of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene Aromatics*

Methanol Decarbonization*

Olefin Decarbonization*

Summary Table of Technologies to Decarbonize Input Energy in the Chemical Industry

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Benchmark of Decarbonization Strategies in Select Chemical Companies* (continued)

Carbon Intensity in Select Major Chemical Companies

Growth Opportunity 1: Catalysts to Increase Efficiency in Chemical Processes

Growth Opportunity 1: Catalysts to Increase Efficiency in Chemical Processes (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Energy Efficiency Services and Infrastructure

Growth Opportunity 2: Energy Efficiency Services and Infrastructure (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: RE Procurement Solutions

Growth Opportunity 3: RE Procurement Solutions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Data Management for Sustainability Solutions

Growth Opportunity 4: Data Management for Sustainability Solutions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Carbon Accounting Services

Growth Opportunity 5: Carbon Accounting Services (continued)

Acronyms

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL):* Explanation

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

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The report examines the most relevant decarbonization strategies that the chemical industry is currently implementing across the globe. The analysis covers decarbonization from the standpoint of the basic chemicals (ammonia, chlor-alkali, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, methanol, and olefins) and technologies (electrification, efficiency, renewable energy & heat, circular economy, carbon capture, and green hydrogen). Each segment describes the current decarbonization scenario, examines how the industry is addressing the same, and identifies the new challenges that have emerged resultantly. There is a strong demand in the chemical industry for solutions to decarbonization challenges, specifically to address issues relating to energy efficiency, energy infrastructure, renewable energy procurement, data procurement, data management, and carbon accounting. The study includes an analysis of the decarbonization strategies being implemented by the most important chemical companies in the world and identifies the growth opportunities emerging from the developments and challenges in the industry for stakeholders and market players to leverage. Author: Leonardo Sampieri
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Author Leonardo Sampieri
Industries Chemicals and Materials
No Index No
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Keyword 1 chemical industry growth
Keyword 2 chemical market analysis
Keyword 3 Decarbonization Trends
Podcast No
WIP Number K888-01-00-00-00