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Singapore Chemical Plant (SCP) is one of ExxonMobil Chemical's largest investments in Asia Pacific. This world-scale facility employs state-of-the-art chemical processing technologies for high-performance manufacturing in today's competitive global chemicals market. Comprising five integrated units, this highly synergised plant serves as a strategic supply pillar for the global shipping network.
Consistent with ExxonMobil's worldwide operational standards, SCP is committed to protecting the safety and health of our employees, the communities in which we operate and the environment. In addition, we are committed to maintaining the highest level of customer focus through world-class performance in operational and supply reliability.
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The steam cracker is the core of the integrated site. Built using advanced ExxonMobil technology, SOP's highly-efficient furnaces 'crack' both light and heavy feed to produce basic molecules like ethylene, propylene and butylene.
SPO, comprising both the Singapore Polyethylene Plant (SPE) and the Singapore Polypropylene Plant (SPP), has the world’s largest single-line Unipol plant - the world's largest extruder and pelletiser.
SPA utilises ExxonMobil cobalt flash technology and feeds on the butylene stream produced by the steam cracker. It supplies customers across Asia, including ExxonMobil's own plasticiser plants in the region.
SAR uses the UOP Parex technology to produce paraxylene and the UOP sulfolane technology to make benzene. These cutting edge technologies allow efficient production of high-purity products to meet the demands of customers.
ExxonMobil has broken ground on a second world-scale petrochemical project in Singapore. The project is located at and integrated with the existing Singapore Chemical Plant (SCP) on Jurong Island, providing feedstock, operating and investment synergies with both the chemical plant and refinery.