August 2015

Regional Report

Southeast Asia’s Singapore hub thrives as neighbors cope with growing demand for fuels, petrochemicals

   State oil company Petron’s Port Dickson refinery   in Malaysia (top) has a rated capacity of 88 Mbpd. Shell’s   refining and petrochemical complex at..

Kulkarni, P., Gulf Publishing Company

    State oil company Petron’s Port Dickson refinery   in Malaysia (top) has a rated capacity of 88 Mbpd. Shell’s   refining and petrochemical complex at Singapore’s Palau   Bukom island (bottom) encompasses crude distillation   (500 Mbpd), ethylene cracking (800 Mtpa) and butadiene   extraction (155 Mtpa). Singapore dominates Southeast Asia’s hydrocarbon processing scene as a world-class hub for fuel oil trading, refining and petrochemical production. The neighboring Southeast Asian countries of Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand are adding downstream infrastructure and

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