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Keppel Infrastructure-led consortium clinches $52.5m Jurong Island project contract

It will design and build two crude oil pipelines and ancillary facilities which will connect to Jurong Rock Caverns.

Keppel Infrastructure Holdings’ subsidiary Pipenet, as a lead consortium partner together with Asia Projects Engineering, has secured a $52.5m contract to design and build two 48" crude oil pipelines and ancillary facilities along parts of Banyan Drive, Banyan Avenue and the Jurong Island Highway that will facilitate pipeline connection to the Jurong Rock Caverns, an announcement revealed.

Set to be completed by end-2020, the pipelines will facilitate the transportation of crude oil between the Jurong Rock Caverns and its users.

Earlier in January 2019, JTC awarded Pipenet a separate contract to design, build and operate pipe racks on Jurong Island that would facilitate pipeline connection to the Jurong Rock Caverns. Construction of these pipe racks is already underway, and is scheduled to be completed in early 2020.

Pipenet owns and operates an extensive pipeline corridor network, with the majority stretch running along the Jurong Island Highway. The existing corridor connects the Merbau region to the Banyan and Tembusu regions on Jurong Island, and runs through the chemical cluster at the Sakra region.

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