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Volume 31, Issue 5

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Light alkane dehydrogenation to light olefin technologies: a comprehensive review

Zeeshan Nawaz
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  • Olefins and Aromatics, SABIC Technology and Innovation, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), P.O. Box 42503, Riyadh 11551, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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Published Online: 2015-08-31 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/revce-2015-0012

Abstract

The dehydrogenation of light alkanes, especially propane and butane, is widely exploited for the large-scale production of corresponding olefins. The industrial application of the direct dehydrogenation of light alkanes is limited due to reaction and thermodynamic constraints. The dehydrogenation of light hydrocarbons involves the breaking of two carbon–hydrogen bonds with the simultaneous formation of a hydrogen and carbon-carbon double bond selectively. It may appear to be simple, but their endothermic nature and selectivity control at higher temperature is difficult. The same technologies with minor changes in process and catalyst were used for the production of both propane and isobutane dehydrogenation. The economic analysis of the available technologies based on the specific consumption of feedstock, operational ease, and capital investment indicates an internal rate of return ~25%. The attractiveness of light alkane dehydrogenation is largely dependent on the difference in feedstock and the price of olefins produced. The available technologies and how they manage reaction constraints at commercial scale have been compared. The possible solution for improvement is by focusing on catalyst improvements and the unique design of reactors.

Keywords: dehydrogenation catalyst; dehydrogenation technology; isobutane; light alkane; olefins; propane

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About the article

Zeeshan Nawaz

Zeeshan Nawaz received his BE and MSc degrees with distinction in Chemical Engineering from MUET Jamshoro in 2003 and UET Lahore in 2006, respectively. He earned his doctoral degree (PhD) in Chemical Engineering and Technology from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 2010. He has been engaged in a number of catalyst development, process and reactor design, and plant support activities for alkane dehydrogenation since 2005 and patented about 20 catalyst and process/reactor concepts. Working as a lead scientist in SABIC Technology & Innovation, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), he is involved in high-fidelity reactor modeling, plant support, and various technology development activities, particularly alkane dehydrogenation, acetylene hydrogenation, MTBE, ethylene oxide, ethylene glycol, and syngas conversion to olefins. He won many awards and scholarships in his career, including the NAYS Best Young Scientist (Chemistry) Award in 2011 and SABIC Syngas Technology Development Award 2015. Dr Nawaz has more than 50 journal publications and editorial board member in various reputed research journals of chemical engineering.


Corresponding author: Zeeshan Nawaz, Olefins and Aromatics, SABIC Technology and Innovation, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), P.O. Box 42503, Riyadh 11551, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, e-mail: ,


Received: 2015-04-07

Accepted: 2015-06-11

Published Online: 2015-08-31

Published in Print: 2015-10-01


Citation Information: Reviews in Chemical Engineering, Volume 31, Issue 5, Pages 413–436, ISSN (Online) 2191-0235, ISSN (Print) 0167-8299, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/revce-2015-0012.

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