Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site | Shell Singapore

The Bukom refinery is currently Shell’s largest refinery globally in terms of crude distillation capacity, producing 500,000 barrels per day. A major fire, which broke out at the refinery on 28 September 2011, resulted in Shell shutting down its entire refinery. Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site | Shell Singapore Bukom is the largest wholly-owned Shell refinery globally in terms of crude distillation capacity (500,000 barrels per day). It is also home to a world-class Ethylene Cracker Complex (up to a million tonnes per annum) and a Butadiene Extraction Unit (155,000 tonnes per annum). Fire breaks out at Shell's Pulau Bukom unit; no injuries Dec 10, 2017

Oil Refinery Fire, Bukom Island, Singapore - GC Capital Ideas

wild shores of singapore: Shell refinery fire at Bukom: a SCDF rushed to Pulau Bukom within half an hour of being activated. When they arrived, 40 of Shell's own in-house firefighters had already begun foaming operations, said Lt-Col Ling. This involves applying a 'blanket' of foam over the fire to starve it of oxygen. The first pipes on fire … Fire at Shell`s Singapore refinery | World News | Zee News

Shell Fire Singapore: Shell Fire in Singapore at the Pulau Bukom Refinery? Shell's two other Bukom units are running at about 90%. The unit that was shut down was earlier already "running at 70-80% since its restart from maintenance last month, in part due to weak margins".

Shell reports 'operational upset' at unit at Pulau Bukom