Shell plans to expand petrochemicals capacity in Singapore by 20%

Royal Dutch Shell plans to increase by more than 20% the production capacity of olefins and aromatics at its petrochemicals complex in Singapore, as per Reuters. The investment outlay has not been disclosed. The ethylene cracker, which opened in March 2010 and was Shell's largest petrochemical investment, is integrated with the company's 500,000 bpd refinery on Singapore's Bukom island and a mono-ethylene glycol plant in the Jurong Island industrial complex. "The investment will generate additional volumes to help us meet growing demand from our customers in the region," said Ben van Beurden, executive vice president for Shell Chemicals.
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