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IHS: Strong economics for Siluria methane-to-ethylene process

11:55 AM MDT | May 12, 2014 | —Clay Boswell

A new methane-to-ethylene process developed by Siluria Technologies (San Francisco) appears to be technologically and economically viable and could improve the relative cost position of ethylene producers in Europe and Asia, say analysts at IHS Chemical. They present their findings in a new review from the IHS Chemical Process Economics Program, Oxidative Coupling of Methane to Ethylene by Siluria Process. The report, published in April, analyzes the design and economic performance of a commercial-scale ethylene plant based on Siluria’s new oxidative...

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