Shell plans to dial down oil at its large Singapore refinery

Oil production as Shell's large refinery in Singapore needs to be halved to make room for production of more environmentally friendly energy. "We must act now," says Shell.

Photo: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

Oil supermajor Shell plans to transition its refinery in Singapore into producing greener energy in the future.

The refinery on island Pulau Bukom off Singapore is currently an important part of Shell's oil production, including the production of marine fuel.

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