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計画名 : The Nanhai project                Back

           Shell inks deal for $4-bil petchem complex in China

            日揮など3社、総額1000億円受注

 Bechtel consortium set to manage Nanhai project

2005年6-7月にも誘導品の試運転

  First over-the-fence sales agreement signed with Huizhou MMA Co. Ltd. (恵州恵菱化成有限公司)

  CNOOC associates with WorleyParsons to build 12 million tonne refinery in Daya Bay

CNOOCs Huizhou Refining Project Starts Construction 恵州

CNOOC and Shell Nanhai petrochemicals complex moves into start-up phase

Successful start up of CSPCL complex, Daya Bay

CNOOC and Shell to expand capacities in Daya Bay

中海シェル石油化学、エチレン増設が完成

JV名 : CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company Limited
        (中海シェル石油化学)

当事者: Shell Nanhai BV 50%
       CNOOC Petrochemicals Investment Limited (CPIL) 50%
              ↓
      
CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation)  90%
       Guangdong Investment and Development Company 10%

原料: ナフサ、コンデンセート(カタール)

生産開始予定: 2006年初め

計画能力 (単位:トン):  

Product
Capacity 
 ,000 t/y

増強計画

Ethylene
800

 950

Propylene
430

Butadiene
165

Pyrolysis gasoline
450

Polyethylene

  LDPE
  LL/HD
(450)
250
200

Polypropylene
240

Propylene oxide
250

Styrene monomer

560

Polyols

185

Monopropylene glycol

60

Monoethylene glycol

320

立地: 広東省(恵州市)大亜湾 Daya Bay Economic and Technical Development Zone


(Shell Homepage) 

http://www.shellchemicals.com/corporate/1,1098,967,00.html


The joint venture partners - Shell Nanhai BV and CNOOC Petrochemicals Investment Limited - will build, own and operate a USD4billion petrochemicals complex in Daya Bay, south east China. They will also market the resulting products, primarily into the domestic market.

Project partners
The project will be a 50:50 joint venture between:
 Shell Nanhai BV, a member of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies
 CNOOC Petrochemicals Investment Limited (CPIL)

90% of CPIL is owned by the major state-owned oil and gas enterprise CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) and 10% by Guangdong Investment and Development Company, an investment company authorised by the People's Government of Guangdong Province

 

Location
The Nanhai complex will be built in the Daya Bay Economic and Technical Development Zone, in the Guangdong Province in southern China. This is an area of growing economic and industrial activity, some 80 kms north east of Hong Kong Island.


 

 

 

Project scope




Platts 2002/10/31 

Shell inks deal for $4-bil petchem complex in China

China National Offshore Oil Corp and Shell Friday inked a deal to set up a $4.3-bil petrochemical complex in the Daya Bay Economic and Technical Development zone in Guangdong province, a company release said.


2003/6/5 Asia Chemical Weekly

BSF set to manage Nanhai project


Shell Chemicals and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has appointed the BSF consortium, comprising Bechtel, Sinopec Engineering and Foster Wheeler, to carry out the project management on the $4.3bn Nanhai petrochemical complex in China.


2004年11月19日 Chemnet Tokyo
中国の中海シェル石油化学(CSPC)、来年6-7月にも誘導品の試運転
 
(上海発=特約)
 シェルと中国海洋石油(CNOOC)50/50 合弁会社の中海シェル石油化学(CSPC)は来年11月に80万トン/年のエチレン設備をスタートさせる予定だが、これに先立ち誘導品の試運転を来年6ー7月に行うことが明らかになった。

 
CSPCのコンプレックスは広東省恵州市の大亜湾で建設されているが、誘導品としてはSM 55万トン/PO 25万トン、LL/HDPE 20万トン、LDPE25万トン、PP 24万トン、MEG 32万トンなどがある。エチレン完成までの間は原料のオレフィンは外部から購入する。

 
80万トン/年のエチレン設備は当初は輸入コンデンセート(天然ガスの採取・精製の過程で得られる常温・常圧で液体の炭化水素)を原料として使用する。中国海洋石油の12百万トン/年のリファイナリー完成後はナフサに切り替える。

 関係者によると、シェル技術ではクラッカーは重質油からナフサまで幅広い原料を使用できる。公称能力は
80万トンだが、改造なしで100万トン以上のエチレンを生産できるという。

2005/9/3 Asia Chemical Weekly

CNOOC associates with WorleyParsons to build 12 million tonne refinery in Daya Bay

China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has sign a deal with Australian engineering firm -WorleyParsons- to build the USD 2.1 billion (17 billion yuan) refinery in Daya Bay, Huizhou, Guangdong Province.

CNOOC has awarded a USD35 million contract to WorleyParsons, and the latter will provide integrated project management team (IPMT) services for CNOOC's big refinery, which is adjacent to the Complex of
CNOOC/Shell Petrochemicals Company (CSPC) in Daya Bay.

The refinery will have oil processing capacity of
12 million tonne/year (250,000 barrels/day), and the feedstock of crude oil would be sourced from CNOOC's Penglai offshore field in Bohai Bay.

CNOOC get the final approval from government for this refinery project in the mid of last year, and it is the company's first refinery in China. The refinery was planned to provide the naphtha feedstock for CSPC's 800, 000 tonne/year ethylene cracker.

The CSPC's cracker is expected to start up by the end of this year, and it will use condensate as feedstock until the CNOOC's refinery starts up and provides naphtha.

Currently, the design work is underway, and the refinery is expected to start construction in the end of 2005 and to come onstream in H1 of 2008.


China Chemical Reporter 2005/12/15

CNOOC
s Huizhou Refining Project Starts Construction 恵州

On December 15th, 2005 the 12 million t/a refining project of Nanhai Petrochemical solely funded by China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) held a ceremony for its groundbreaking and started construction in Petrochemical Zone of Daya Bay Economic and Technology District, Huizhou恵州, Guangdong province with the investment of RMB19.3 billion. Approved on August 3rd, 2004, the project will be completed and conducted wet commissioning in June 2008.

With the capacity of
12 million t/a processing offshore high acid-content heavy crude oil, the large refining project will manufacture mainly petrochemical products such as qualified gasoline, kerosene, diesel oil, and raw material for ethylene cracking (1.5 million t/a), p-xylene (800 000 t/a) etc.


2005/12/30 Shell

CNOOC and Shell Nanhai petrochemicals complex moves into start-up phase


2005/12/30 CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company Limited

Largest Capital Investment for a Sino-foreign joint venture Project in China ---CNOOC and Shell Nanhai petrochemicals complex moves into start-up phase


2006/2/10 CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company

Successful start up of CSPCL complex, Daya Bay

CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company Limited (CSPCL) today announced it successfully produced on-specification ethylene and propylene on 29th January, 2006 at its petrochemicals complex in Daya Bay in Huizhou, Guangdong Province in China, following the completion of start-up and commissioning activities.

This marks another major milestone in the start-up phase of the world-scale cracker project, jointly owned by CNOOC Petrochemicals Investment Company Limited and Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) since the project final investment decision was taken in November 2002.

"We are all very excited and pleased with the quick progress to on-specification ethylene and propylene production since our previous announcement of construction completion on December 30," Mr Simon Lam, Chief Executive Officer of CSPCL said.

"This is testimony to the capability of the people of CSPCL and our contractors who have worked in excellent partnership to achieve this." he added.

With the successful production of C2/C3, the start up of downstream units will follow.

 


2008/4/15 Asia Chemical Weekly

CNOOC and Shell to expand capacities in Daya Bay

China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and Shell will expand the petrochemical capacities in Daya Bay, Huizhou, Guangdong Province.
According to the industrial sources, CSPC - the jv between CNOOC and Shell, will expand the ethylene capacity
to 1.1 million ton/year from the currently 800,000 ton/year at the end of 2009, by adding investment of USD100 million.

その後、95万トンに修正

At the same time, CNOOC plans to build another 12 million refinery in Daya Bay, make the total refining capacity up to 24 million ton/year, so as to provide sufficient crack feedstock for the ethylene project and more refined oil products to the fuel-lacked Guangdong Province. In Nov. 2007, the Huizhou local government officers held a meeting with Shell in London, at that time, Shell had expressed interests to join the second refinery in Daya Bay.

The first refinery in Daya Bay, invested solo by CNOOC, has 12 million ton/per year capacity, which is under construction and it is expected to start up by October 2008.

Before CSPC, Shanghai based SECCO and Nanjing based YPC-BASF have announced the cracker expansion plans. SECCO has planed to expand ethylene capacity to 1.1 million ton/year from the currently 900,000 ton/year and is expected start up in Sep. 2009.
YPC-BASF has planned to expand ethylene capacity to 750,000 ton/year from 600,000 ton/year by H2 2009 or H1 2010.

The SECCO's expansion project is under the environmental assessment, which is an important stage in the project preparing. Besides ethylene from 900,000 ton/year to 1.1 million ton/year, the BTX capacity will be expanded to 600,000 ton/year from 500,000 ton/year. SM capacity will be expanded to 650,000 ton/year from 500,000 ton/year.


2010/5/25 上海 

中海シェル石油化学、エチレン増設が完成

シェルと中国海洋石油(CNOOC )のJVの中海シェル石油化学は521日、広東省恵州市大亜湾のエチレンクラッカーの増設が完成したと発表した。

同社はエチレン能力を現行の80万トンから95万トンに増やした。(既報110万トン計画から修正)
また、
EO/EGSM/POも増強したが、詳細は発表されていない。
(業界筋の未確認情報では、
MEG32万トンから40万トンに、SM55万トンから75万トンに、PO25万トンから34万トンに、それぞれ増強)

増設工事は20095月にスタートし、本年4月に完成した。

中海シェル石油化学のほか、上海のSECCOBP、シノペック、上海石化)は2009年にエチレンを90万トンから119万トンに増強しており、南京のBASF-YPC BASF、シノペック)も2010年に60万トンから74万トンに増強する。



December 17, 2015  Fibre2Fashion News 

Shell & CNOOC JV to build another ethylene cracker   中海シェル石油化学(CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals)

Shell Nanhai B.V. and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) who operate a 50:50 JV will develop additional chemicals facilities next to the JV's existing petrochemical complex, including an ethylene cracker.

“The agreement includes the ongoing construction of an ethylene cracker and ethylene derivatives units, including a styrene monomer and propylene oxide (SMPO/PDO) plant,” a Shell press release stated.

“The new cracker will increase Nanhai's ethylene production capacity by over 1 million tons per year, about double its current capacity,” it said.

“The expansion of the Nanhai petrochemical complex supports the Chinese long-term petrochemicals strategy,” said Yang Hua, chairman of CNOOC.

“We are delighted that Shell will contribute to the project and our joint venture with industry-leading technology to produce petrochemicals for China's growing domestic markets,” Hua added.

Shell will apply its proprietary Omega and Smpo/Pod technologies to produce ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol, increasing volumes and range of Nanhai's high quality products.

Ben van Beurden, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell said, “This agreement demonstrates our confidence in the Shell-CNOOC partnership and our ongoing commitment to China, after over 100 years of Shell operations in country.”

“It also underlines our confidence in the strong growth potential for chemicals in China and we look forward to further collaborations with CNOOC and growing together with all our business partners,” he too added.

CNOOC has already begun construction of the new petrochemical complex and commercial production from the new facilities is expected in around two years' time.

The expansion would increase the total ethylene production at the Nanhai petrochemical complex to around 2 million tons per year.

The site, with a strong track record of reliable and safe operations, converts a variety of liquid feedstocks into ethylene and derivative products. (AR)