This webinar is designed for anyone interested in the oil aspect of the carbon black value chain with a spotlight on Pyrolysis Oil. The focus will be on PyOil, Decant Oil, Coal Tar and Ethylene Pyrolysis Oil. Key This includes pyrolysis operators, pyrolysis technology providers, investors, feedstock producers & consumers, rCB / vCB consumers, producers and / or distributors. It will cover an introduction to the Carbon Black circular value chain, virgin Carbon Black Feedstocks, “pyoil competition”, and a review of PyOil options from both a technical and commercial perspective.
Objectives and Output
After participating in the introductory webinar, participants will:
- Gain knowledge of the Carbon Black Value Chain and the role PyOil can play in increasing sustainability in the chain
- Feedstock 101: Understand the competition PyOil faces when competing with the traditional Carbon Black feedstocks (slurry oil, coal tar, ethylene pyrolysis oil) both commercially and technically
- What are the decision factors when sourcing feedstocks and Pyoil?
- What are the value drivers of feedstocks and Pyoils?
- Develop a level of knowledge of how Pyoil compares to traditional Carbon Black Feedstocks in both a technical and commercial aspect
- Specification Review
- Value Comparison
- Market and Regulation Impact
- Brief review of the impact of IMO2020 and coronavirus on the Carbon Black feedstock and PyOil markets
- Case Review:
This course will be most useful to:
- Owners and Business managers who wish to evaluate and optimize the market potential of the oil output of their pyrolysis operation
- Investors who wish to better understand the economic model presented by the pyrolysis market
- Operators with a desire to extract the maximum value from their recycling plants
- Feedstock suppliers with a desire to better understand the blending potential of PyOil
- Feedstock consumers evaluating the oils derived from the pyrolysis process
- All CB value chain participants wishing to better understand the role fuel oil and crude oil plays in the pricing of CB and feedstocks