Exxon, JAC, and Shell Advance Singapore Petchem Plans

Young, Ian
November 2007
Chemical Week;11/14/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 37, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the progress made by ExxonMobil Chemical, Jurong Aromatics Corp. (JAC) and Shell Chemicals on their respective petrochemical projects in Singapore. ExxonMobil broke ground on its second olefins complex at Jurong Island on November 6, 2007. JAC has awarded Sembawang Engineers and Constructors a contract for engineering, procurement, and construction work on JAC's aromatics complex at Jurong Island. Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex (SEPC) ethylene and ethylene glycol (EG) project is firmly on track for start-up in 2009-10.


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