Exxon shuts polymers plants in Singapore
The maintenance reportedly started in the beginning of March and is expected to last one month.
The company has a 1.9 million tons/year PE plant, 930,000 tons/year PP plant as well as a 300,000 tons/year of specialty elastomer plant at the site.
The company is also planning to shut its cracker at the site due to scheduled maintenance in April, which will last for one or two months, sources said.
The cracker has a production capacity of 1.9 million tons/year of ethylene.
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