WORLDKINGS - Worldkings News - Asia Records Institute (ASRI) – ExxonMobil Singapore: World's largest resin plant

13-12-2021

(WorldKings.org) The two plants will add 140 jobs to ExxonMobil’s existing workforce of more than 2,500 at its Singapore manufacturing complex. ExxonMobil has more than 4,000 employees in Singapore.

Exxon Mobil Corporation, stylized as ExxonMobil, is an American multinational oil and gas corporation headquartered in Irving, Texas.

The first plant equipped to produce up of 90,000 tonnes annually of its proprietary product, Escorez hydrogenated hydrocarbon resins, is the world’s largest of its kind, the supermajor said on Thursday. Hydrogenated hydrocarbon resins are used in hot-melt adhesives, typically used in packing or baby diapers.  

The second plant will produce premium halobutyl rubber used in the manufacturing of tires. It is equipped with an annual output capacity of 140,000 tonnes.

These two new plants fall under a multi-billion dollar expansion project at ExxonMobil’s integrated manufacturing complex in Singapore.

The project, which was completed safely and on schedule, employed over 5,500 contract workers at the peak of its construction.

The two plants will add 140 jobs to ExxonMobil’s existing workforce of more than 2,500 at its Singapore manufacturing complex. ExxonMobil has more than 4,000 employees in Singapore.

The new plants expand on ExxonMobil’s flexible steam cracking capability in Singapore, which provides a range of feedstocks for upgraded specialty products to meet growing long-term demand in Asia Pacific. The Singapore complex also includes a new cogeneration unit at the refinery, bringing the total cogeneration capacity of the site to over 440 megawatts, which will help reduce emissions and support more efficient use of energy.

 

According to businesstimes


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