Shell halves production in Singapore under its energy transition plan

Royal Dutch Shell recently announced that its long running complex on the small island of Pulau Bukom in Singapore will reduce its 500,000 barrel per day production by half as the company continues to implement its plan to become a net-zero emissions business by 2050. Shell has operated in various capacities at Pulau Bukom for over a hundred years and the site has grown to a wholly-owned refinery with significant crude distillation capacity and integrated components with considerable ethylene cracking ability, plus manufacturing facilities for lubricants, fuels, and other specialty chemicals.  But Shell has announced that the site’s crude production will be brought down to approximately 250

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