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ExxonMobil's Singapore manufacturing site turnaround starts
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Mar '11
ExxonMobil's Singapore Manufacturing Site has commenced the shutdown of several operating units for planned maintenance from March 08, 2011.

The overall duration of this routine regularly-scheduled maintenance activity is expected to be about six weeks.

Shutting the units down provides an opportunity for detailed inspection of equipment normally in continuous operation, routine maintenance and installation of facility improvement projects. Unit shutdowns such as these are infrequent, but necessary, to ensure continued safe and reliable operations.

We have communicated the shutdown to our regular customers and expect to be able to continue to meet their product needs during this brief period.

ExxonMobil would like to assure our neighbours that we are committed to actions that protect the safety, health and the environment for our workers, their families and the people of Singapore.

ExxonMobil's Singapore Manufacturing Site consists of both the Singapore Refinery and the Singapore Chemical Plant.

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