ExxonMobil's Singapore Manufacturing Site Turnaround starts today
SINGAPORE -- ExxonMobil’s Singapore integrated manufacturing site will be shutting down several operating units for a planned maintenance beginning today.
The overall duration of this maintenance is expected to last about nine weeks. This is a scheduled maintenance. Shutting down the units will provide an opportunity for detailed inspection of equipment normally in continuous operation; routine maintenance; and installation of facility improvement projects.
Such unit shutdowns are infrequent, but they are necessary to ensure continued safe and reliable operations. During the units’ shut down and start up, some flaring may occur but it will be kept to a minimum.
ExxonMobil would like to assure our neighbours and members of the public that we are committed to actions that protect the environment, as well as the safety and health of our employees, contractors and the general public.
We have communicated the planned maintenance to our customers and we expect to continue meeting their business needs during this period of time.
Singapore Integrated Manufacturing Site
ExxonMobil’s Singapore integrated manufacturing site consists both the Singapore Refinery and the Singapore Chemical Plant.
The Singapore Refinery has a pipestill capacity of 605,000 barrels-per-day and manufactures a wide range of fuels, lubricant basestocks and specialty products that are marketed both within Singapore and exported to countries in the Asia Pacific region. It also provides advantaged feedstock to the steam cracker and aromatics plants.
The Singapore Chemical Plant (SCP) is a world-scale facility which employs state-of-the-art chemical processing technologies for high-performance manufacturing in today’s competitive global chemical market. Comprising five integrated units, this highly-synergized plant serves as a strategic supply pillar for ExxonMobil’s business operations the region.
For more information, visit www.exxonmobil.com.sg