Royal Dutch Shell's Singapore refinery has cancelled the lifting of 4 mln barrels of Saudi Arabian Light crude. It is also in the process of shutting down a chemical complex on lack of feedstock to feed the plant after a fire forced the closure of its biggest refinery, as per Reuters. Du eto the shutdown of the adjacent 500,000 bpd refinery, Shell is unable to meet supply commitments on naphtha and monoethylene glycol for October. Hence Shell has declared a force majeure on output from the complex. Force majeure has been declared for October naphtha supplies to Petrochemical Chemical of Singapore (PCS) and to customers who buy the MEG.