Shell Chemicals Seraya Jurong Island Complex is an active petrochemical complex located in , Singapore. The complex started commercial operations in 1997 and currently has an active annual capacity of 4.08mtpa. Its capacity is expected to remain the same as 4.08mtpa in 2030. The plants in this complex are operated by Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) and ELLBA Eastern.
Key Products Capacity – Shell Chemicals Seraya Jurong Island Complex, 2020
Key products produced in this complex include ethylbenzene, styrene, ethylene glycol (EG), propylene oxide (PO), polyether polyol etc.
Ethylbenzene accounts for major capacity share i.e., 25% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 1.02mtpa, followed by styrene and ethylene glycol (EG) with 23% (0.94mtpa) and 19.9% (0.81mtpa) respectively.
About Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte)
Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd (Shell), a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell is a global energy and petrochemical company. It is engaged in refining and distribution of fuels, lubricant base oils and specialty chemicals. The company produces, exports and supplies its petrochemical products to retail, commercial, chemicals, marine, aviation, lubricants and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) businesses. It is also involved in trading natural gas, electrical power, crude oil, refined products, chemical feedstock, and environmental products in Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa. In addition, Shell offers card services, vehicle servicing packages and other services and repairs. Shell is headquartered in Singapore City, Singapore.
About ELLBA Eastern
ELLBA Eastern (Pte) Ltd. is a joint venture established by Shell and BASF AG for producing styrene monomer and propylene oxide. Shell is a manufacturer and supplier of energy and petrochemical products, while BASF is a chemical company.
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