The Methyl Ethyl Ketone is projected to grow at a rate of 5.3% in terms of value, from 2019 to reach USD 4.93 Billion by 2027. The Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) is an aliphatic ketone with a colorless or pale yellow shade, flammable, highly water-soluble industrial and commercial chemical with a strong, pungent odor. Methyl ethyl ketone is mostly used as a solvent in the manufacturing of surface coating applications and also widely utilized as an intermediate solvent chemical in the formulation of various chemical processing. Paints, inks, synthetic resin, varnishes, surface coating, and denaturant, food flavoring in many ethanol formulations are some of its chemical applications. On the other hand, Methyl ethyl ketone is widely used in industrial applications such as food packaging, cleaner, lacquers, and the component of adhesives, among others. Also, in the dewaxing and deoiling of petroleum products, this chemical compound is used as an extraction agent.