Shell’s Ambitious Plan to Create a Digital Twin of an Entire Facility

by Michael Larner | 4Q 2020 | IN-5959
Shell is in the process of creating a digital twin of its Pulau Bukom facility, a 600-acre site located in Singapore. The facility is one of the largest petrochemical production and export centers in the Asia-Pacific region. The facility includes an Ethylene Cracker Complex (producing a million tons annually), a Butadiene Extraction Unit (producing 155,000 tons annually), and processes 500,000 barrels of oil daily.

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