Singapore Refining Corporation Jurong Island Refinery

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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Singapore Refining Company & Chevron
  • Website: http://www.src.com.sg/
  • Location: Jurong Island
  • Capacity: 14.5 million tons/annum & 290,000 bbl/day
  • Nelson Complexity:

Brief Description

  • A large, complex refinery

Refining Units

  • Crude Distillation Units
  • Catalytic Reformer Complex
  • Hydrocracker Complex
  • Hydrodesulfurization Plant
  • Sulphur Recovery Unit
  • Visbreaker
  • Residue Catalytic Cracker Complex - 46.000 bbl/day
  • MTBE Unit,
  • Alkylation Unit
  • Propylene Dimersol Unit

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude storage: 5.6 million barrels
  • Products storage: 6.4 million barrels

Crude Supply

  • -

Products Produced

  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
  • * Refinery Grade or Polymer Grade Propylene
  • Normal Butane / Mixed Butenes
  • Chemical Naphtha
  • Reformate
  • Alkylate
  • Motor Gasoline (Various Grades)
  • Kerosene / Jet fuel
  • Gas Oils / Light & Heavy Diesel
  • Low Sulfur Fuel Oil (LSFO)
  • Bunker Fuel Oil
  • Heavy Residue Oils
  • Asphalt
  • Sulfur

Ongoing Projects

  • -

History

  • 1979 - Refinery commissioned with capacity of 70,000 barrels per day
  • 1981 - Refinery expanded
  • 1995 - RFCC complex constructed
  • 2004 - SPC and Caltex acquired BPs' stake
  • 2007 - Hydro-desulphuriser revamp launched to produce Euro IV products
  • 2009 - Petrochina acquires a 45.51% stake from Keppel

Other Information

  • The company is a joint venture netween Singapore Refining Co, which is jointly owned by PetroChina (601857.SS) and Chevron Corp
  • 7 berths handling the loading and discharge of crude and refined petroleum products. The berths can accommodate ships of up to 105,000 dwt (deadweight ton) with maximum length overall of 290 metres and 15 metres loaded draft.

Relevant Links

  1. JGC Refinery References
  2. Keppel sells entire stake in SPC to PetroChina for approximately S$1.47 billion
  3. SRC awards EPC contract to produce Euro-IV diesel
  4. SPC and Caltex to acquire BPS' refining interest in Singapore

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