Email Email Print Print
Clip Clip & File

Story Extras :: Web Extras

January 1, 2010

Capital And Production Costs: Improving the Bottom Line

Decisions made in early phases of a project affect production costs for years to come. The disciplined method described here taps into potential savings

Thane R. Brown, Universities of Dayton and Cincinnati (Retired from Procter & Gamble)

The chemical process industries (CPI) invest large amounts of capital each year and spend even more to produce the goods they sell. In 2007, CPI companies large enough to be in the Fortune 500 list invested more than $100 billion of capital and spent more...

This information is only available to Gold members.

Forgot your user ID or password?
Click here to have it sent to you.

Not a member yet?

UPGRADE now to full archive accces and you will receive:

  • A discount on full delegate pass to ChemInnovations.

  • Free pass to ChemInnovations show floor.

  • Discounts on store items and and webinars.




Comments (3) for Capital And Production Costs: Improving the Bottom Line
Very beautifull ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡.... tan simple, tan claro... es un buen aporte a los ingenieros químicos que diseñan procesos...

Gracias ¡¡¡


Gonzalo N. MArtell
Lima - Peru
Posted by Niko on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 @ 05:01 PM
This is one of those report that can help us to understand how the business need to run.
Posted by Jose Francisco Punar on Thursday, January 28, 2010 @ 04:11 PM
Se retroalimenta lo padre que es la ingeniría Química. Excelente sitio web.

Saludos desde Tlaxcala México.
Posted by Mol industries on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 @ 06:24 AM

Add a Comment


Please enter the letters or numbers you see in the image. (refresh)

More Web Extras

Related Stories

LinkedIn Groups

Our LinkedIn group is now over 33,000 members strong!

  1. Join other CPI professionals from all over the globe and share best practices, expertise, concerns and more.
  2. Provide feedback to Chemical Engineering Editors

Current members represent Worley Parsons, DuPont, SABIC, Fluor, Air Products, LyondellBasell, Nalco, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, BASF, Jacobs Engineering, ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron and more.

Join Now

We also offer the following subgroup for more targeted discussions:

Search the Buyers' Guide

Plant Cost Index

Facts at Your Fingertips (archive)

Ask the Experts

Back Issues
To access this area, please log in or create an account.
Forgot your password?
Request it now.
Live chat by BoldChat