Rotary Engineering has won a SGD140M ($100.3M) engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contract from Jurong Port Tank Terminals for a tank terminal in Singapore [pictured].
The terminal, to spread out on a 16ha land area, will be located directly opposite the Jurong Island petrochemical hub and will be linked to it through pipelines.
Rotary will be responsible for the construction of 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, as well as interconnecting pipeline from Jurong Port Tank Terminal to Oiltanking's tank terminal.
The liquid bulk terminal will have a capacity of 232,000 cb m initially, with a provision to add another 230,000 cb m in the future.
Roger Chia, Rotary chairman and managing director, said: "The demand for liquid bulk storage remains resilient, and Rotary as an established brand-name in this field is well-positioned to capitalise on opportunities that arise. We are glad to be selected for this project, which will enhance the attractiveness of Singapore's Jurong Island petrochemical hub."
The project is a joint venture between Jurong Port Singapore Holding and Oiltanking Investment Holdings.
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