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Title: Industrial Use of Canola Oil Opportunities and Challenges


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Industrial Use of Canola Oil Opportunities and
Challenges
  • Bill McNeill
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • March, 2007

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About Dow …
  • A science and technology leader with annual sales
    of 49 billion
  • Founded in 1897 by Herbert H. Dow in Midland,
    Michigan
  • Supplies more than 3,300 products to customers in
    175 countries
  • From 156 manufacturing sites in 37 countries
  • Employs 43,000 people globally

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Serving Many Markets with Essential Solutions
Electronics/ Entertainment 3
Food/Food Packaging 22
Building Maint/ Construction 11
Home Care/ Improvement 10
Miscellaneous 1
Hydrocarbons Energy 12
Automotive/ Transportation 9
Water Purification 2
Paper/ Publishing 7
Health 3
Furniture/ Furnishings 4
Personal/ Household Care 16
5
Strategic Themes
Set the Standard for Sustainability
Drive Financial Discipline and Low Cost to Serve
Invest for Strategic Growth
Build a People Centric Performance Culture
6
Trends Driving Renewable Feedstocks
Changing The Game
  • High Cost and Volatile Hydrocarbon Feedstocks
  • Energy and Raw Material Security
  • Climate Change Increasing Cost of Carbon
    Emissions
  • Sustainability LOHAS Consumer Segment

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Soy Polyols
Soy Oil FAME
Glycerine (by product)

Polyurethanes
9
Better Performance
  • Better Moisture Resistance


Alternate Polyol
Soy Polyol
Enhanced Whiteness
Control Foam
Soy Foam
Exposed
Exposed
Covered
Covered
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Glycerine to Epichlorohydrin
Seed Oil FAME
Glycerine (by product)

11
Renewable Project Risks to Manage
  • Raw Material Supply

Conversion Technology
Market Acceptance
12
Renewable Feedstock Options
Sugar Starch
Fats Oils
Biomass
  • Refined global commodity
  • 150 MMT
  • 12-25 /lb
  • Refined global commodity
  • 150 MMT
  • 15-40 /lb
  • Crude Product
  • Developing supply chain
  • 100 Giga T

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Conversion Technologies
Renewable Feedstocks
Gasification
Chemical Processes
Fermentation
Syngas
Polyols Epichlorohydrin Propylene
Glycol Surfactants Lubricants
Ethanol
Chemicals
Alcohols
Polymers
Ethylene
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Market Acceptance
Increasing Risk and Difficulty
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Critical Issues
  • Business Strategy
  • Feedstock Availability/Cost
  • Various Feedstock Cost Scenarios
  • Drop in Replacement vs. New Product
  • Process Development Required
  • Platform vs. Single Molecule
  • Freedom to Practice Technology
  • Sustainable Differentiation

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Chemicals from Renewable Feedstocks
  • Advantages
  • Potential Low Cost
  • Feedstock Diversification
  • Potential for Better Performance
  • Reduced Environmental Impact
  • Expanded Business Models
  • Growing Consumer Demand
  • Challenges
  • Complex Supply Chain
  • Distributed Business Model
  • Established Petrochemical Products
  • New Conversion Technologies
  • Coal
  • Cost, Cost, Cost

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Changing the Game …
It Will Take Time -
8th annual Bioplastics Conference, 6-7 Dec 2006,
Frankfurt by 2010 --- 0.9-1.6 of petroleum
based plastics will be replaced with bioplastics,
by 2020 --- the percentage could be
1.25-2.5. 2005 2008 --- global capacity for
bioplastic increases from 360,000 to 600,000 t/yr
  • 150 MM Lbs PLA expansion vs. 19 Billion Lbs PE
    new capacity
  • 20 MM Lbs Soy Polyols vs. 12 Billion lbs of PO
    produced per year
  • 150,000 MT Glycerin-Based EPI Vs. 1,400,000 MT
    capacity

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Changing the Game …
  • Now
  • First generation biofuels
  • PDO
  • PLA polymers
  • 1 5 years
  • By-product glycerin to chemicals
  • Seed oil-based Polyols
  • Ethanol to olefins
  • PHA, PHB polymers
  • Butanol, Succinic Acid from sugar
  • 5 -10 Years
  • Second Generation Biofuels
  • Bio-refineries, industrial chemicals
  • Bio Engineered crops for chemicals

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