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Singapore’s PCS Seeks Added Value

Extracting More Molecules from its Production Streams

3:42 PM MDT | August 4, 2008 | Natasha Aplerowicz in Singapore

Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore (PCS), a joint venture between Shell Chemicals and a Japanese consortium led by Sumitomo Chemical, is working on several value-adding investment projects, says Stan Park, deputy managing director of PCS. Park, on a secondment from Shell, has been with PCS for more than one year under a rotational appointment that typically lasts about three years. He was previously in charge of Shell’s global propanediol and Corterra polytrimethylene terephthalate business. PCS was the pioneer petchem producer in Singapore. The company...

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