Shell has been in Singapore for more than 120 years, and its long history in Singapore began in Pulau Bukom. It is one of the largest foreign investors in the country. In Singapore, Shell owns and operates two marine terminals, namely, Shell Pulau Bukom and Pandan Distribution Terminal. All our marine terminals operate 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Pulau Bukom is home to Shell’s largest wholly-owned refinery, capable of producing 500,000 barrels a day.

Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site

With the completion of the Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex in 2010, Bukom is now an integrated oil and petrochemicals site, with manufacturing facilities for fuels, lubricant base oils and specialty chemicals. 

Pulau Bukom's Marine Terminal consists of 13 main jetties and one SBM. Twelve jetties are at Pulau Bukom Besar and one is at Pulau Ular, while the SBM is approximately two miles to the south of the island. Crude is mostly imported through the SBM and products move via submarine pipelines and ships that dock at the wharves.

Tel: +65 6263 4424    Email: Seplop-Marine-Clearance@shell.com

Download Pulau Bukom Safety & Operational Guide

The submission of the Bukom Pre-Berthing Questionnaire is required for all vessels before calling in at the terminal. Click on the document below to fill in the requisite information. 

Download Shell Bukom Pre-Berthing Questionnaire

Pandan Distribution Terminal

The Shell Marketing Centre and Pandan Distribution Terminal are located at the southern part of Singapore, just 10km from the Pulau Bukom Refinery. It commenced operations in 1991. 

The Pandan Distribution terminal has a jetty where oil and chemical products are loaded or discharged. It also has a road tanker loading gantry with 12 loading bays.

The Bitumen Terminal, located next to the Pandan Distribution Terminal, comes with two top-loading bays and a Bitumen blending plant.

Tel: +65 6263 2961

Download Shell Pandan Terminal Singapore

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