Shell schedules shutdown to upgrade Singapore Refinery

Royal Dutch Shell plans to upgrade plant and build links to a proposed petrochemical complex, for which it will have to shut a gasoline unit at its Singapore oil refinery. Shell plans to idle and overhaul a hydrocracker unit as part of plans to start its Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex, which will include an ethylene cracker on Pulau Bukom and facilities on nearby Jurong Island. The closure, starting in mid-September, may last two months. Shutdown of the 34,000 bpd hydrocracker will increase the supply of fuel oil in the Singapore market, and curb the amount of gasoline available for export.
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