Singapore’s man-made Jurong cavern allows it to expand | WIRED UK

As a tiny island city-state, Singapore can’t expand outwards — so it’s moving underground. The Jurong Rock Caverns, being built 150 metres underneath petrochemical hub Jurong Island, will be taller than a nine-storey building and store almost 1.5 million cubic metres of oil — the capacity of 600 Olympic swimming pools.

Source: Singapore’s man-made Jurong cavern allows it to expand | WIRED UK

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