ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants operates the Jurong Island I cracking refinery, which is located in South West, Singapore. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles more than 1,400 refineries worldwide, it is an integrated cracking owned by Exxon Mobil. The refinery started operations in 1966 and has a Nelson Complexity Index (NCI) of 5.8. Buy the profile here.

Key refinery processes

Crude Distillation Unit (mbd): 592
Hydrocracker (mbd): 34
Reformer (mbd): 80
Hydrotreater (mbd): 357

The capacity of the Jurong Island I refinery is expected to remain the same as 592mbd by 2030.

During the period 2021-2025, the Jurong Island I refinery cracking is expected to witness an estimated $2,726m of capex.

Maintenance activities at Jurong Island I cracking refinery

The Jurong Island I refinery cracking witnessed one incidents during the period 2017-2022.

Upcoming expansion projects at Jurong Island I cracking refinery

Lubes Plant II (CRISP), Resid Hydrocracker (CRISP)

Contractors involved in the refinery

Some of the key contractors for the upcoming projects at the Jurong Island I cracking refinery include the following.

Design/FEED: Tecnicas Reunidas.

Main EPC: Tecnicas Reunidas.

EPC: ITP Interpipe, John Wood Group, McConnell Dowell.

About ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants

ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co (ExxonMobil), a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corp, is oil refinery company. It is engaged in crude purchasing, logistics, refining, supply, trading, midstream, marketing and sales of refined products. ExxonMobil is headquartered Texas, the US.

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