24 November 2004 14:28 [Source: ICIS news]
Hidde Goinga, Shell Chemicals’ global business manager for styrene monomer (SM), told delegates at the Third European
Shell is currently building a $4.3bn (Euro3.3bn) complex in
Goinga said that plans are also in place to add a refinery at the site to enhance upstream integration. He added that Shell would welcome other investors next to the site. 'Over the fence’ investment would have many advantages he said, notably the availability of multiple feedstock, security of supply, logistics infrastructure, shared services as well as an experienced workforce.
*Organised by global price reporting and market intelligence service ICIS-LOR, European Chemical News and consultants International eChem, the conference concludes today (Wednesday). ICIS-LOR and ECN are part of the same publishing group as CNI.
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