Union Gas Holdings has entered into a collaboration with Surbana Jurong Group to study and evaluate the potential redevelopment of an existing fuel station located at 50 Old Toh Tuck Road into Singapore’s first multi‐fuels and energy facility.

The lease for the fuel station, which is owned by Union Gas under its “Cnergy” brand, will be up for expiry in 2023. Union Gas is exploring the feasibility of redeveloping the station into an “innovative, adaptable and sustainable multi‐fuels and energy facility” aimed at catering to Singapore’s evolving energy requirements.

The company has entered into a consultancy services agreement with Surbana Jurong Infrastructure (SJI), with SJI appointed as an exclusive Project Development Partner for the proposed facility.

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