At a Glance: Energy

Infographics of the energy sector in Singapore

Electricity Flow in Singapore, 2012
Unit: ktoe



Market share of Energy Generation Companies





Since the launch of the green mark scheme in 2005 by Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority (BCA), almost 1,000 buildings have been green mark certified, putting Singapore at the forefront of the development of green buildings in the region.

Fuel mix for Electricity Generation                      Energising our Nation






 Singapore has a Cleantech Park in Jalan Bahar for clean technology research.

The BCA’s Zero Energy Building (ZEB) in Singapore is the first zero energy building in the region to be retrofitted from an existing building and serves as a test-bed for new green building technologies. 
     Singapore has a number of research institutes dedicated to clean energy. These      include the new Cleantech Park in Jalan Bahar, the Solar Energy Research        
     Institute of Singapore (SERIS) and the Energy Research Institute@NTU      








     LNG was first imported by the BG Group into Singapore in                2013 from its global portfolio of LNG supply.






Singapore has 14 Generation Licensees with 10,477.5 MW of installed generation capacity. 







       Singapore is the busiest marine bunkering centre in the world,          accounting for 31.5 million tonnes in 2007.






 Singapore is the undisputed oil hub in Asia.




Singapore’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal started operations in May 2013 with an initial capacity of 3.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA), and is expected to increase to 6 MTPA by end 2013.
       Singapore is the leading bulk liquid logistics hub in Asia.
Singapore’s refinery operations produced 53.7 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) of refined products in 2011. 
    Singapore is one of the world's top 3 export refining centres.
Singapore has extensive oil storage facilities on Jurong Island.