|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.|