September 8, 2008

Shell on Track With Construction of Petrochemical Complex in Singapore, an Industrial Info News Alert

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex (SEPC), Royal Dutch Shell's (NYSE:RDS) (The Hague, the Netherlands) largest investment in Singapore, will include a new world-scale ethylene cracker on Pulau Bukom Island and possibly the world's largest monoethylene glycol (MEG) plant on Jurong Island. The key contractors of the project are ABB Lummus/Toyo and Foster Wheeler Limited (NASDAQ:FWLT) (Clinton, New Jersey). In 2005, the joint venture between ABB Lummus Global B.V. (The Hague) and Toyo Engineering Corporation (TYO:6330) (Chiyoda, Tokyo) was awarded a contract to prepare and implement the basic design and engineering package (BDEP) for the cracker plant.

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