Shell Details Qatar, U.S. Projects; Studies Plans for Iraq

December 2011
Chemical Week;12/19/2011, Vol. 173 Issue 31, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the petrochemical projects of Shell Chemicals, according to executive vice president Ben van Beurden. Van Beurden mentions a project in Qatar, as well as an olefin derivatives plant at the Qatar complex. He explains that the petchem project is a joint venture with Qatar Petroleum and is expected to continue to an investment decision in 2013. It also mentions the projects of Shell at Daya Bay and Taizhou in China.


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