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Jurong Rock Cavern | Photo: Petter Plassbak, Multiconsult


Jurong Rock Cavern | Photo: Petter Plassbak, Multiconsult

Jurong Rock Cavern

Project management and technical review

Jurong Rock Cavern is an innovative initiative driven by JTC to increase underground oil storage capacity on Jurong Island. JRC is being built at subterranean depths beneath the seabed of the Banyan Basin. Phase 1 of the JRC, with a storage capacity of approximately 1.47 million cubic metres, will be used to store liquid hydrocarbons such as crude oil, condensate and naphtha.

Storage of petrochemical products beneath the seabed in the JRC will further enhance safety and security on Jurong Island. In addition, the underground storage facility will free up land for higher value manufacturing operations. The size and storage capacity of the JRC translates to a saving of approximately 60 hectares of surface land area.

Scope of work

On site project management including administrative and technical supervision team.

Execution of technical review and approval of basic design.

Client’s representative for site investigations, basic engineering and follow-up of EPC contracts

  • Storage caverns
  • Access shafts
  • Jetties
  • Process areas
  • Pipe routings

Our services

  • Project Manager
  • Planning Manager
  • Contract Manager
  • Techical Review
  • Project Management
  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Process engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Piping engineering