MOSCOW (MRC) --- Rotary Engineering has won a USD140-million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Jurong Port Tank Terminals for a liquid bulk storage project in Singapore, as per Apic-online.
Rotary's scope of work includes constructing a tank farm with 19 tanks for clean petroleum products storage, pump stations, valve manifolds, firefighting system, slop and waste water system, utilities, buildings, jetty topsides, and interconnecting pipeline from Jurong Port Tank Terminal to Oiltanking's tank terminal.
The project, a joint venture of Jurong Port Singapore Holding and Oiltanking Investment Holdings, is designed to store and handle both clean petroleum products and chemicals. It is located directly opposite the Jurong Island petrochemical hub and will be connected to it via pipelines.
With an initial capacity of 232,000 cu m, the new terminal has the potential to expand by an additional 230,000 cu m. It will be supported by jetties and a draft of 16 meters, capable of berthing vessels up to 120,000 dwt. A schedule for the project was not given.
As MRC reported earlier, in September 2016, Jacobs Engineering Group received a contract from Singapore Refining Company Private Ltd. (SRC), a JV between Singapore Petroleum Co. and Chevron, to provide services for an upgrade project at SRC’s refinery in Jurong Island, Singapore.
Besides, continuing the company's strategy to add production facilities close to growing demand, Celanese Corporation, a global technology and specialty materials company, began production in its newest vinyl acetate ethylene (EVA) production unit. The unit is located at the Celanese manufacturing facility on Jurong Island, Singapore, and will support the growing demand for ecologically friendly materials in the Southeast Asia region including Australia, India and New Zealand.