Jurong Rock Caverns (JRC) is Southeast Asia's first underground liquid hydrocarbon storage facility. It is located at a depth of 130m beneath Banyan Basin on Jurong Island.
Faced with the growing demand for oil storage, coupled with the scarcity of industrial land in Singapore, JTC ventured underground, and pushed through the limits of possibilities in search of an innovative solution for more industrial space. This initiative resulted in the company unlocking the potential of subterranean depths beneath the sea, and carving out a groundbreaking solution for oil storage with the gigantic underground rock caverns off Jurong Island.
Jurong Rock Caverns (JRC) is Southeast Asia’s first underground liquid hydrocarbon storage facility. Located at a depth of 130m beneath Banyan Basin on Jurong Island, the Caverns provide infrastructural support to manufacturers on Jurong Island, and meet the storage needs for liquid hydrocarbons such as crude oil, condensate, naphtha and gas oil.
JRC has received strong interest from industry players, particularly manufacturers on Jurong Island.