Shell sells its Energy and Chemicals Park in Singapore

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In May 2024, Shell Singapore Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Shell plc, has reached an agreement to sell its Energy and Chemicals Park in Singapore (SECP) to a joint venture company between Chandra Asri Capital Pte Ltd and Glencore Asian Holdings Pte Ltd (CAPGC Pte Ltd). In this Insight slide deck, we explore why Shell is selling its energy and chemical parks in Singapore and what this means for Chandra Asri and Glencore's businesses.

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