With a planned area of 25.58 square kilometers, Shenzhen Chemical Industrial Park is located on the Dapeng Peninsula in Shenzhen, Guangdong, on the border between Shenzhen and Huizhou, opposite the CNOOC-Shell ethylene project site. The park is listed as one of Shenzhen's important prophase planning projects, and it is also an important part of Guangdong's plan of constructing a petrochemical industrial cluster in the circum-Daya Bay.
The park is 27 kilometers from Shenzhen's Yantian Harbor and 37 kilometers from Hong Kong (Shatoujiao Port). It is 12 kilometers from the CNOOC-Shell ethylene project site in Huizhou (ethylene production of 0.8 million tons) and the petrochemical development zone in the Daya Bay. It is 180 kilometers from Sinopec Guangzhou's 0.2 million tons ethylene project on which basis a new 0.8 million tons ethylene project will be launched. And it is 10 kilometers from the Guangdong LNG receiving station. The Park is connected to Shenzhen and Huizhou by Yanba freeway. With convenient transport and sufficient raw material supply, the park enjoys distinct advantages.
The closest distance between the Park and the 250,000-ton deepwater port on Mabianzhou Island is 6 kilometers, that to the main sea route of Huizhou Port is 3 kilometers. Facing the Huizhou Aotou Port across the sea, the Park shares the deepwater sea routes with it. Along the seven-kilometer-long coastline, a 100,000-150,000-ton dock and three 10,000-ton liquid chemicals docks are planned to be built.
Fresh water will be supplied by the Eastern River with a planned water supply of 200,000 tons/day, and expected to reach 300,000 tons/day.Electricity will be co-supplied by the eastern electricity network and the power station inside the Park.
Flanked by high mountains (over 700 meters) on three sides, the Park is facing the South China Sea in the east. With no residential settlement within 6 kilometers but strong supply of land, water and pleasant climate, the place is best positioned to develop the off-shore petrochemical industry.
A Priority Project of Guangdong Provincial and Shenzhen Municipal Governments
In 2005, the Park is officially listed as one of the Five Major Petrochemical Bases in Guangdong Province and became a key component of Daya Bay Petrochemical Base.
In 2008, the Park is listed as a key project in Guangdong Province's Agenda to Implement the Program for Reform and Development in the Pearl River Delta (2008-2020).
In 2009 and 2010, the Park is listed as one of the key construction projects in Guangdong Province.
In 2009, the Park is listed as one key project in Guangdong's Plan on Adjusting and Revitalizing the Petrochemical Industry.
The Park has been listed as Shenzhen's key construction project.