Chinese oil company Sinopec to open its first petrol kiosk along Yishun Ave 1

Opening soon

Very soon, Singaporean drivers will have a new venue to top up their petrol.

That’s because Sinopec, a Chinese oil and gas enterprise based in Beijing, will be opening up petrol kiosks here in Singapore.

There have been reports the company has begun buying land as early as 2017 and acquiring Shell stations this year.

Sinopec is no stranger in Singapore. In fact, the company opened its first Lubricant Plant back in 2013.

According to sgCarMart, Sinopec’s source of fuel will come from Shell, which has a close working relationship with the company in China.

Sinopec Singapore’s first petrol kiosk will be located along Yishun Ave 1, there’s even a photo of the kiosk almost ready for business.

Sinopec station in bright red livery opening soon at Yishun Ave 1 (Photo: Google Maps)

The new station will come with a car wash facility and a convenience store.

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However, nobody knows if the petrol prices offered will be competitive or if there are any incentives or loyalty scheme for Sinopec customers.

We will bring you more updates soon.

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