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Classification Level: Business Owner: Distribution List: Technology Licensing for the Petrochemical Industry Global E&C Solutions Communications Budapest, 13/10/2015 l Dirk Burghardt l Sales Director Licensing and Technology, Downstream & Petrochemicals CEE & Turkey Refining and Petrochemicals 13 th -15 th October 2015 I Sofitel Budapest, Hungary
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  • Classification Level:

    Business Owner:

    Distribution List:

    Technology Licensing for the Petrochemical Industry

    Global E&C Solutions Communications

    Budapest, 13/10/2015 l Dirk Burghardt l Sales Director Licensing and Technology, Downstream & Petrochemicals

    CEE & Turkey Refining and Petrochemicals

    13th-15th October 2015 I Sofitel Budapest, Hungary

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 2 13/10/2015

    ■ Synthesis Gas Production

    ■ Air Separation Plants

    ■ Methanol & MTP

    ■ Natural gas conditioning

    ■ Petrochemicals

    ■ Oleochemicals, Biodiesel

    ■ Fischer-Tropsch GTL

    The Air Liquide Group

    Large Industries Air gases and hydrogen 15-year contracts Pipeline networks Industrial basins

    Electronics Carrier gases Specialty gases Equipment and Installations

    Healthcare Hospitals Homecare Hygiene

    Industrial Merchant Bulk and cylinder gases 80 countries Wide variety of sectors and customer sizes

    Global E&C Solutions Design, Engineering & Construction

    of leading-edge processing facilities Plants for AL Group and 3rd Party Clients

    Other activities Welding & Cutting Diving Specialty chemicals

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 3 13/10/2015

    Agenda

    1. Petrochemistry – General

    2. 1,3-Butadiene

    3. Benzene (Distapex®)

    4. Acrylic Acid

    5. Melamine

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 4 13/10/2015

    Petrochemistry General – Technology Map

    Products Intermediates

    Acrylic Acid

    Butadiene

    Benzene

    Urea

    Propylene

    C4-Cut

    Aromatics

    Melamine

    MTP MeOH

    Natural Gas

    Syngas

    (CO, H2)

    Refinery /

    Cracker

    ASU

    Acrylates

    SAP

    Synthetic

    Rubber

    Styrene,

    Phenol, CH

    Laminates

    Adhesives

    Poly-

    propylene

    Air Liquide E&C features special expertise in

    ■ Oxidation

    ■ Extraction

    ■ Hydrogenation

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 5 13/10/2015

    Technology Portfolio – Business Model

    Proprietary

    Technologies

    Own Research &

    Development

    Alliances

    Edgein

    Aquisition

    BP

    (Semi-) Exclusive

    Partnerships

    Technology

    Portfolio

    Distapex®

    Acrylic Acid

    Butadiene

    Acrylates

    Melamine

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 6 13/10/2015

    1. Petrochemistry – General

    2. 1,3-Butadiene

    3. Benzene (Distapex®)

    4. Acrylic Acid

    5. Melamine

    Agenda

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  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 7 13/10/2015

    Global Butadiene Demand - Outlook

    ■ Global Consumption 2013: 10.5 mio tons

    ■ Expected Average Annual Growth Rate 2013 – 2020: 3.2 % driven by growth in demand for ABS, SBR, and Butadiene Rubber

    Asia Pacific 55% North America

    17%

    Western Europe

    16%

    Eastern Europe

    5%

    South America

    3%

    Central Europe

    3%

    Middle East & Africa

    1%

    BD Consumption 2013

    -4%

    -2%

    0%

    2%

    4%

    6%

    8%

    10%

    12%

    14%

    16%

    BD Consumption Growth2000 - 2013

    BD Consumption Growth2013 - 2020

    Source: Nexant, Mai 2014

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 8 13/10/2015

    Butadiene Experience and Partnership

    NMP Process invented

    by BASF

    BASF

    Technology Owner

    First BASF Plant built by Lurgi

    Lurgi

    Sublisensor

    for BASF NMP Process

    Lurgi‘s First Butadiene Reference

    Esso (CAA) Technology

    Lurgi projects based on

    Esso (CAA)

    Shell (ACN)

    Nippon Zeon (DMF)

    BASF (NMP)

    1958

    1968

    Since 1990

    Continuous Improvements

    Early

    1960‘s

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 9 13/10/2015

    BASF NMP Technology Features

    ■ Worldwide recognized technology

    Safe

    Eco-Efficient

    Reliable

    Low environmental impact

    ■ 57 References in total

    ■ 30 since Y2000

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 10 13/10/2015

    Butadiene Extraction Technology - Challenges

    ■ Separation of Butadiene from a complex Mix of C4

    ■ C4 Mix is different in each individual project

    ■ Operational Difficulties

    Popcorn Formation

    Foaming

    Fouling

    C4 Acetylenes

    Raffinate Propyne

    Butadiene C4 Feed

    C4 / C5

    Extractive Distillation

    Distillation

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 11 13/10/2015

    AL E&C - The Technology Partner of Choice

    ■ AL E&C has long-term competence in Hydrocarbon Extraction

    ■ Besides standard process concepts we offer tailor-made solutions to meet the specific requirements of its clients

    ■ Active Contribution to continuous process improvements with regard to:

    Popcorn Formation

    Foaming

    Fouling

    Source: Popcorn Issue Group (European

    Ethylene Producers Committee)

    Proven highest On-stream Efficiency

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 12 13/10/2015

    ONGC, Gutjarat

    126,600 tpa (2009)

    Russian Federation

    105,000 tpa (2012)

    10 References since 2005, 4 in 2012, 36 in total

    EVONIK, Antwerp, Belgium

    100,000 tpa (2012)

    OMV, Schwechat, Austria

    + 12,000 tpa (2012)

    Petrobras, Rio

    + 165,000 tpa (2008)

    BASF, Ludwigshafen

    + 14,000 tpa (2008)

    HALDIA, India

    + 25,000 tpa (2007)

    Copesul, Triunfo

    + 103,500 tpa (2005)

    OXENO, Marl

    + 36,000 tpa (2006)

    MOL, Tiszaujvaros, Hungary

    130,000 tpa (2012)

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 13 13/10/2015

    1. Petrochemistry – General

    2. 1,3-Butadiene

    3. Benzene (Distapex®)

    4. Acrylic Acid

    5. Melamine

    Agenda

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 14 13/10/2015

    Global Benzene Demand - Outlook

    ■ Global Production 2014: 45 mio tons

    ■ Expected Average Annual Growth Rate 2015 – 2020: 3.5 % driven by growth in demand Styrene, Phenol & Cyclohexane

    0

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    60

    2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

    Millio

    ns

    Other Production Sorces

    On-Purpose Production

    Production from Petrochemicals

    Producton from Refineries

    Source: Platts

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 15 13/10/2015

    Distapex® Proprietary Technology - Challenges

    ■ Separation of Benzene from a complex Mix of Pyrolysis Gasoline

    ■ C6 Mix is different in each individual project

    Pygas

    C5

    Benzene

    Selective

    Hydrogenation

    Full Hydrogenation

    and

    Desulphurisation

    Extractive

    Distillation

    C7+ to Gasoline Pool

    C5- to Gasoline Pool

    H2

    Off-gas H2 Off-gas

    C6

    Raffinate

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 16 13/10/2015

    AL E&C Frankfurt - The Technology Partner of Choice

    ■ AL E&C has long-term competence in Hydrocarbon Extraction

    ■ Lurgi technology developed in 1960s and continuously improved

    ■ Reference capacities ranging from 20,000 tpa up to 400,000 tpa

    ■ Use of same solvent as in Butadiene Extraction (NMP)

    Synergies for Cracker operators

    Advanced competences available with AL E&C Frankfurt

    ■ Outstanding solution for Benzene production

    High purity and high Benzene yield

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 17 13/10/2015

    OPaL, India

    165,000 tpa (2009)

    6 Aromatics References since 2003, 25 in total

    Gexaro, France

    252,000 tpa (2005)

    OMV, Burghausen

    + 10,000 tpa (2003)

    HALDIA, India

    + 77,000 tpa (2005)

    Petrochimica Uniao, Brazil

    + 123,000 tpa (2007)

    SABIC, The Netherlands

    280,000 tpa (2005)

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 18 13/10/2015

    Agenda

    1. Petrochemistry – General

    2. 1,3-Butadiene

    3. Benzene (Distapex®)

    4. Acrylic Acid

    5. Melamine

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 19 13/10/2015

    ■ Global Consumption 2014: 5.2 mio tons

    ■ Expected Average Annual Growth Rate 2014 – 2019: 3.8 % driven by growth in demand for SAP and Acrylic Esters

    Global Acrylic Acid Demand - Outlook

    0

    1000

    2000

    3000

    4000

    5000

    6000

    7000

    2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

    Asia Pacific

    Africa

    Middle East

    Eastern Europe

    Central Europe

    Western Europe

    South America

    North America

    Source: Nexant

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 20 13/10/2015

    Hexion

    Heavy Acrylates

    Glacial

    Acrylic

    Acid

    SAP

    Lurgi /

    Nippon

    Kayaku

    Ester

    Grade

    Acrylic

    Acid

    Hexion

    Light Acrylates

    Technologies licensed by AL E&C Frankfurt

    Others

    Acrylic Complex and Alliances

    ■ Single Line Responsibility for EAA, GAA and Acrylates

    ■ Proven Technologies

    ■ 30 Years Experience

    ■ Operational Excellence

    ■ Licensing

    ■ Engineering

    ■ Marketing

    ■ Proprietary Catalyst

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 21 13/10/2015

    Acrylic Acid Technology - Challenges

    Solvent

    Extraction

    Crude AA

    Recovery

    Raffinate

    Stripping

    Acrylic Acid

    Purification

    Absorber Offgas to Incinerator

    Demin Water

    Absorber Offgas Recycle

    Propylene

    Air

    Steam

    Waste Water Organic Waste

    EAA Product

    Quench/

    Absorber

    Reaction

    ■ Complex Reactor System

    ■ Oxidation of Propylene: avoid flammable envelope

    ■ Potential Polymerization of Acrylic Acid

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 22 13/10/2015

    ■ Reactor Design in Cooperation with a Reknown Manufacturer

    ■ Single train capacity up to 160 ktpa

    Lowest CAPEX

    ■ Safety Standards for HC Oxidation fully mastered

    ■ Highest performance catalyst on the Market

    Lowest OPEX

    Feedstock: Refinery Grade Propylene (> 80 wt.%)

    ■ Technological Features to prevent Polymerization

    Internal Thermoplate Heat Exchangers

    Use of Baffle Trays in Columns

    ■ Minimum Health & Environmental Impact

    Non-toxic Extraction Solvent

    Minimized Waste Generation

    Lurgi / NK Acrylic Acid – Features

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 23 13/10/2015

    BPCL, Kochi, Kerala, India

    160,000 tpa

    Start-up: 2012

    CNOOC, Huizhou, Guangdong, China

    140,000 tpa

    Start-up: 2002

    Hexion, Sokolov, Czech Republic

    30,000 tpa

    3 References, 2 World-scale, July 2015: BPCL, India

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 24 13/10/2015

    Agenda

    1. Petrochemistry – General

    2. 1,3-Butadiene

    3. Benzene (Distapex®)

    4. Acrylic Acid

    5. Melamine N

    NN

    NH2H2N

    NH2

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 25 13/10/2015

    0

    200

    400

    600

    800

    1000

    1200

    1400

    1600

    1800

    2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

    Mto

    ns/y

    ear

    Year

    US Japan Europe Asia Pacific Rest of the world

    ■ Global Consumption 2014: 1.6 mio tons

    ■ Expected Average Annual Growth Rate 2013 – 2017: 4.6 % driven by growth in demand for Laminates and Adhesives

    Global Melamine Demand - Outlook

    Source: National Energy Corporation

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 26 13/10/2015

    Melamine – Alliance

    Licensing and

    Know-How

    Package

    ALLIANCE

    ■ Technology Owner

    ■ Vast Operation Experience

    ■ Reference Plants

    ■ Training at Site

    ■ Site Visits

    ■ Technical Assistance

    Edgein Technology

    Developer &

    Producer

    AL E&C Frankfurt Technology

    Licensor &

    Engineering

    ■ Technology Licensing

    ■ Value Engineering and Process Optimization

    ■ Marketing

    ■ Engineering

    ■ Project Execution World Wide

    Client

    Advanced

    Technology

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 27 13/10/2015

    Melamine Technology – Challenges

    ■ Complex Fluidized Bed Reactor

    ■ Efficient Solids Handling

    ■ Efficient Product Separation

    ■ Avoid Corrosion Problems

    ■ Gas Phase Crystallization

    ■ Handling of Desublimation and Solid Product

    ■ Prevention of Fouling

    Reaction

    & Filtration Gas Scrubbing

    Crystallization

    & Separation

    Urea

    Melt Melamine

    Product

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 28 13/10/2015

    Start-up: 2012

    NevAzot, Stavropol, Russia

    50,000 tpa

    Melamine References

    Since 1993: 18 Plants

    Golden Elephant, China

    Total capacity: 400,000 tpa

  • Air Liquide, world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health 29 13/10/2015

    ■ Air Liquide E&C cultivates Competences in:

    Hydrocarbon Processing

    Technology Research & Development

    Mangement of Industrial Alliances

    Acquisition of Technologies

    Technological Challenges

    Safety

    Reliability

    Conceptional Solutions

    Effective Project Execution

    Conclusion

    Air Liquide E&C is the Technology Partner of Choice

  • End of presentation Any questions?


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