|1994||JG Summit Petrochemical Corporation (JGSPC) is established, initially as a JV between JG Summit Holdings, Inc. (JGSHI) and Marubeni Corporation of Japan.
BOI registration is approved for JGSPC’s Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene (PP) Projects.
|1998||PE and PP Plants start commercial operations, with PE and PP resins marketed under the brand name EVALENE®.
PE: 175,000 kTA
PP: 180,000 kTA
|2002||Coastal preservation program “Artificial Reef Project is launched.|
|2005||JGSPC is certified to ISO 14001 for Environmental Management System.|
|2007||JGSHI buys out Marubeni Corporation’s 17.72% stake in JGSPC.|
|2008||JG Summit Olefins Corporation (JGSOC) is established.|
|2011||BOI registration is approved for JGSOC Naphtha Cracker Project.|
|2012||BOI registration is approved for JGSPC Polymer Plants Expansion Project.|
|2013||Capacity Expansion for JGSPC Polymer Plants is completed.
PE: 320,000 kTA
PP: 190,000 kTA
|2016||BOI registrations are approved for JGSPC Butadiene and Aromatics Extraction Projects.|
|2017||BOI registrations are approved for JGSPC Bimodal PE Project, and expansion projects for the existing JGSOC Naphtha Cracker and JGSPC Polypropylene plants.|
|2018||JGSOC and JGSPC are certified to Occupational Health and Safety Management System under OHSAS 18001.|
|2019||JGSPC partners with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources for its Adopt-a-Wetland Program for the rehabilitation of Wetland No. 8 in Boracay Island.|
|2020||Expansion of naphtha cracker and PP plants are completed.
Naphtha Cracker: Capacity expanded from 320 kTA to 480 kTA as ethylene
PP Plant: Capacity expansion from 190 kTA to 300 kTA
|2021||Start of commercial operations for the expanded Naphtha Cracker and expanded PP Plant.
Completion and start of commercial operations for the Aromatics Extraction Facility.
JGSOC and JGSPC are certified to ISO 45001 for Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
|2022||Merger of JGSPC and JGSOC, with JGSOC as surviving entity.|