SRC awards EPC contract to produce Euro-IV diesel

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Singapore Petroleum Company Limited ("SPC" or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that Singapore Refining Company Private Limited (“SRC”), jointly owned by SPC and Chevron (50:50) has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction contract (“EPC”) to JGC Corporation for a revamp of SRC’s hydro-desulphuriser. The total value of the EPC contract is approximately US$81 million.

Upon completion, SRC would be able to produce diesel that meets Euro-IV specifications. It will enhance SRC’s diesel clean fuels capability and enable the Company to meet stricter diesel specifications when these are implemented.

The project will commence in the second quarter of 2007 and is expected to be completed in early 2009. There will be minimal disruptions to the refinery operations during the construction.

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