(Energyasia, August 18 2011, Thursday) — The 2011 edition of this map measuring 120 cm by 90 cm, shows the latest oil, gas, petrochemical, chemical and power and marine installations and plants in Singapore and Johor.
First produced in 1999, this unique map contains latest statistical information including oil and power consumption, refining capacities, power generation capacity and storage facilities.
It also shows Singapore’s facilities for the booming marine and offshore sector which supports local upstream and deepwater oil gas exploration and production activities.
There are data on the volume and value of Singapore’s trade in crude and oil products including LPG, naphtha, gasoline, jet kerosene, diesel, fuel oil and lubricants for 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Report on “Energy Industry in Singapore”
Complementing this map is the 2011 edition of the Energy Industry in Singapore report, last updated in 2008.
The report provides an overview and description of Singapore’s energy industry covering the oil refining, trading, petrochemical, power and offshore and marine sectors.
An overview of Jurong Island and how their activities contribute to Singapore’s downstream oil, petrochemicals and chemicals production.
Three giant oil refineries provide feedstock to more than 30 large downstream manufacturing plants on the island. These petrochemical products are then broken down and converted to materials and plastics for the production of a wide range of household and commercial products.
It also contains a directory of personnel invoived in the country’s oil, gas, coal, power, petrochemical and marine industries. It also has a list of oil, gas, marine, offshore, power, petrochemical, chemical, logistics, support and engineering companies and their contact details. Please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com for your copy.