--Glencore is looking at acquiring Shell's oil refinery and petrochemical assets in Singapore, Reuters reports, citing industry and trading sources.

--The Anglo-Swiss commodity trading-and-mining company is evaluating the assets, including plants located on Bukom island and Jurong island, together with Indonesia's PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical, Reuters reports.

--The units, which Shell said last year it would review, include a refinery capable of processing 237,000 oil barrels a day and an ethylene plant with 1 million metric tons a year capacity.

--Glencore and Shell didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.

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