May 2013

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HP Boxscore Construction Analysis: Jurong Island—Asia’s preemptive LNG trading hub?

In the South Pacific, the artificial island of Jurong Island is the heart of Singapore’s energy and chemicals industry. It houses over 100 leading global petroleum, petrochemicals and specialty c..

Nichols, L., Hydrocarbon Processing

In the South Pacific, the artificial island of Jurong Island is the heart of Singapore’s energy and chemicals industry. It houses over 100 leading global petroleum, petrochemicals and specialty chemicals companies. With a rich history as an oil trading hub, Singapore is on course to become a regional liquefied natural gas (LNG) trading center with the construction of its first LNG terminal. Developed by Singapore LNG, the Singapore LNG terminal is being constructed on a 30-hectare plot at the Meranti Seafront on Jurong Island. The $1.7-billion (B) facility will be used for importing LNG, reloading and regasifying, and storage. It is the first terminal constructed with bidirectional ope

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