ABOUT Lubricants blENDING PLANT IN TUAS
Located in Singapore and launched in 2015, the Lubricants Blending Plant in Tuas is a major global hub, boosting lubricants supply in the Asia-Pacific region, which represents more than 40% of TotalEnergies’ worldwide lubricants demand.
Occupying 5.3 hectares of land space, the two-storey plant was designed to optimise ground surface with volume generated per square meter four times higher than other plants. Systems are fully automated to achieve high productivity and efficiency. The plant has the blending capacity of 310,000 MT/year, producing a wide range of lubricants for automotive, industrial and marine applications.
As TotalEnergies’s largest lubricants blending plant in the world, our plant in Singapore serves customers in Asia Pacific and Middle East with a strong focus on safety and customer centricity. We have also expanded from a production hub to become a supply hub to optimize operations and bring greater value to our customers. In line with TotaEnergiesl’s climate ambition to get to net zero by 2050, we completed the solarization of the plant which covers 35% of the site’s energy needs.
PRODUCTS RANGE PRODUCED IN LUBRICANTs BLENDING PLANT
||Small Pack: 0.8 Litres (L) - 6.0L bottle|
||Big Pack: 20L Pail, 25L Jerry Can, 208L Drum, and 1000L Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC).|
||Bulk option: Isotank, Flexibag and Road Tankers|
||Loading of Finished Products via Jetty|
CERTIFICATION ATTAINED BY LUBRICANTs BLENDING PLANT
Compliance with international standards: Automotive IATF 16949: 2016, Quality ISO 9001:2015, Environmental ISO 14001:2015, and Safety ISO 45001:2018.
SOLARIZATION OF TUAS PLANT
Solarization Projects of Singapore Tuas Plant
The new solar photovoltaic system was installed by Total Solar Distributed Generation Asia. Equipped with 3,682 solar panels, this installation is designed to generate 1,511 Megawatt hours of electricity per year, covering 35% of the site’s energy needs, reducing its reliance on traditional fuels and avoiding up to 528 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year.