Jurong Aromatics Restarting Idled Petrochemical Plant in Singapore

S&P Global Platts, July 14, 2016

Jurong Aromatics is reportedly re-starting operations at its 1.5 mt/year aromatics plant in Singapore this week. The petrochemical facility has been shut down since December 2014, after running for only three months. Once fully operational, the complex will have an annual production capacity of 800,000 tonnes of paraxylene, 438,000 tonnes of benzene, and 200,000 tonnes of orthoxylene, which have a wide range of applications across a myriad of industries including textiles and clothing, construction, sports equipment, and plastics.

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