Exxon Chemical Forges Ahead With $2 Bn Complex in Singapore

Carroll, Susan
January 1999
Chemical Market Reporter;01/04/99, Vol. 255 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
Discusses Exxon Chemical Co.'s decision to proceed with its plan to build a petrochemical complex on Jurong Island, Singapore. Cost of the firm's largest project in the Asia-Pacific region; First steam cracker in Singapore to be fully integrated with an oil refinery; Prospects for Asian chemical market.


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