Fire at Shell Refinery in Singapore

Here are some pics of fire that broke out in Royal Dutch Shell's Pulau Bukom offshore petroleum complex in Singapore on September 29, 2011.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc had to shut most of its half-a-million barrels-per-day Singapore refinery, sources said, as firefighters struggled to contain a blaze that had burnt for more than a day. The plant, the company's biggest, makes up more than a third of refining capacity in the city-state, the world's largest market for fuel oil and Asia's hub for crude and refined product trading.

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