(EnergyAsia, July 26 2011, Tuesday) — Rotary Engineering Limited said it has secured 13 different contracts with a total value of S$40 million in recent months, including a project to build two fuel oil tanks and a water tank for Alstom Power Singapore Pte Ltd. (US$1=S$1.2).
Located at the Tuas Power Station at 60 Tuas South Avenue 9, Singapore 637607, the three tanks will have a combined capacity to hold 4,000 cubic metres of liquids.

Rotary said it has started work on the engineering design and expects to complete the project by July 2012.

Rotary will also be building temporary facilities and undertaking ground preparation and civil works for CCD (Singapore) Pte Ltd in relation to Taiwan-based Chang Chun Group’s initial S$500 million investment in a petrochemical plant on Jurong Island.

Rotary has also secured include a contract to provide mechanical works for an oil major, as well as maintenance work for Germany’s speciality chemical manufacturer Evonik Rohmax Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd and US-based energy conglomerate Invista (Singapore) Pte Ltd.

Rotary is a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services serving the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.