Shell opens Singapore's first oil refinery at Pulau Bukom
Singapore's oil refining industry started when the Shell Refining Company (Singapore) Limited opened the island’s first oil refinery at Pulau Bukom on 26 July 1961. The refinery earned Shell the “Pioneer Certificate No. 1”, which was awarded by the Singapore government.
Singapore’s oil refining trade started when the Shell Refining Firm (Singapore) Limited opened the island first oil refinery at Pulau Bukom on 26 July 1961. The refinery earned Shell the ioneer Certificate No. 1 which was awarded by the Singapore government. Shell lengthy history with Singapore may be traced back to 1891. At the time, the
Shell Opens Singapore’s First Oil Refinery At Pulau Bukom
Shell’s Far Japanese tankers, which were used to load oil from oil centres in Singapore, British Borneo and Indonesia, were administered by means of Shell in Singapore, which additionally managed the reception, storage, blending and reshipment of oil from Pulau Bukom. A neighborhood fleet of tankers was additionally based mostly in and operated from Singapore to cowl oil supplies for Malaya
SINGAPORE: A fire that broke out at the refinery of oil company Shell on Pulau Bukom on Wednesday afternoon has intensified. Shell had initially said that the fire at the refinery, which broke out
Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site Shell Singapore
What was once a oil storage installation 125 years ago has now become one of the most important production sites in Shell. Today, Pulau Bukom is an integrated oil and petrochemicals site with manufacturing facilities for fuels, lubricant base oils and specialty chemicals.
Shell Pulau Bukom Oil Refinery Details Parent Category: Singapore Category: Oil Refining Last Updated on 14 April 2024 Type: Oil Refinery. Area: Pulau Bukom. Installed Capacity: 458,000 barrels per day. Products: Gasoline, Diesel Fuel, Jet Fuel, Fuel Oil. Owner: Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd. Shareholders: Royal Dutch Shell plc. Activity Since: 1961 Contact: Coordinates:
People of Pulau Bukom Island Nation Singapore
The islanders of Pulau Bukom would be familiar with petroleum giant Shell their presence on the island since 1891. It set up Singapore’s first oil refinery in 1961 and till today, Bukom Refinery remains Shell’s largest refinery in the world.
Fun fact: The petroleum giant has been present on the island since 1891, and it was in 1961 that Singapore’s first oil refinery was set up on the Pulau Bukom. The story of Pulau Bukom residents and its long relationship with Shell is all lovingly chronicled here if you’re interested.
Shell Marine Terminals in Singapore Shell Singapore
Shell has been in Singapore for more than 120 years, and its long history in Singapore began in Pulau Bukom. It is one of the largest foreign investors in the country. In Singapore, Shell owns and operates two marine terminals, namely, Shell Pulau Bukom and Pandan Distribution Terminal. All our marine terminals operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
The project was strategically located to take advantage of existing infrastructure and to ensure that maximum benefits are achieved by integrating the petrochemical site with Shell’s Bukom oil refinery. Bukom refinery has been modified to enable it to produce feedstock for the new ethylene cracker.