A comprehensive compilation of companies in the process and chemicals industries and their supporting industries.

IN THE NEWS

Singapore LNG importer shortlist down to three

CHANCES of a Singapore company becoming a liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer have increased, after two competing bids by Shell and BG were combined into one. This leaves just three companies - Pavilion Energy, Sembcorp Industries and Shell - in the race for the appointment of up to two LNG aggregators by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) this year. Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S I...


What will we do if we have no oil?

DURING the past month, the media expressed wild concerns about the US Fed interest rate changes, the true capitalisation of Deutsche Bank in Germany, the slowdown of the Chinese economy, and the International Monetary Fund's forecast of lower than usual global growth. In the background, oil prices continued to fall but the market reacted predictably: there is excess supply so the oil price has bee...


Profits of S'pore-listed companies hit by fall in oil, property prices

THE fall in oil and property prices translated to weaker profits for several Singapore-listed companies that announced their full-year figures. As at late-Monday, 433 listed companies had released their results for the full year ended December 2015, data from The Business Times showed. They recorded a combined S$25.2 billion in profits, down 22.7 per cent from the year-ago period. Keppel Corporat...


Singapore's neutrality can help Iran's petrochem trade

THE managing director of Afco Petrochemicals Pte Ltd believes Singapore - as a regional trading hub balancing major buyer and seller nations - offers the newly startup petrochemical (petchem) unit of Afco Energy the neutrality to link the producers in Iran, post-sanctions, with their existing and new customers in Asia. "Iranian producers can go direct to China (the key market for petchem products...


No real competition among petrol companies

The Competition Commission of Singapore's conclusion that there is no evidence of collusion in pricing among petrol companies, although they monitor and react to one another's published prices ("Wholesale fuel and petrol pump prices aligned: Study"; Wednesday), does not give a convincing explanation of why our four petrol companies are charging consumers the same price. From a layman's perspectiv...


More news...

EVENTS


 

WORLD HEAVY ENGINEERING SHOW (WHES 2016)

The World Heavy Engineering Show (WHES) is an industrial platform for selected engineering disciplines from the heavy industries of Malaysia and neighboring South East Asia countries. A host of industries will be showcasing state-of-the-art technologies in a week-long exhibition, including (but not limited to) Oil & Gas, Maritime, Construction, Mining & Minerals, Offshore and Heavy Machineries. Accompanied by a Conference featuring breakthroughs from prominent industrial figures, local authorities and renowned professional associations across the globe, this event aims to promote development offered to engineers of all levels. Complimented by a series of professional workshops targeting specific technical expertise, the WHES is a must-attend engineering event.

WHES boasts itself as a platform for engineering and mechanical exchanges for radical efficiency improvement. WHES illustrates an intensive 5-day event including technologies showcase, talent development, operation strategies and technical advances.
More events...

Featured Advertisements

Featured Companies

CR ASIA (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD
EQUATORIAL PETROLEUM ENTERPRISE PTE LTD