TotalEnergies in Singapore

We have been active in Singapore since 1982. Singapore is the regional hub that supervises all our business activities in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Our activities in Singapore encompass exploration and production, gas, renewables and power, as well as marketing and services. Singapore is home to TotalEnergies’ largest lubricant blending plant worldwide, and the global headquarters of TotalEnergies Marine Fuels. We are also involved in trading and shipping, batteries, and smart solutions for the automotive and aviation industries.

Key Figures

the year we first began operating in the country
Company employees in Singapore
affiliates managed by the Singapore hub

Our Businesses in Singapore

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Exploration & Production

TotalEnergies E&P in Singapore is part of the regional team managing all E&P affiliates in Asia-Pacific, from Kazakhstan to Australia.

Trading & Shipping

Singapore is a key trading hub for the region. TotalEnergies' regional trading team is established in Singapore to promote energy flows and supply the market with the best solutions.

Renewables & electricity

In Singapore, we market fully integrated rooftop solar solutions in the commercial and industrial segments. Singapore is a regional hub for the development of our solar activities with active projects in 11 Asia-Pacific countries. Our joint venture with ENEOS, headquartered in Singapore, is aiming to develop 2 GW of onsite BtoB solar projects in the coming years and thereby help customers achieve their sustainability goals while reducing their costs.

Our affiliate Saft specializes in battery solutions that power national infrastructures across Asia-Pacific. Saft also supports local initiatives by integrating battery energy storage solutions into renewable sites around Singapore.

Gas & green gas

Our Singapore-based affiliate TotalEnergies Gas & Power Asia supports TotalEnergies in building a profitable portfolio in liquefied natural gas (LNG) and power by providing market access for renewable generation.

Specialty, petroleum and bio-based products

In Singapore, we market BIOLIFE, a range of renewable isoalkanes obtained from 100% certified vegetable origin feedstocks developed by TotalEnergies Fluids.

Less carbon

Oil and biofuels

We are actively contributing to Singapore’s role as a maritime hub, focusing on developing alternative low-carbon marine fuel supply chains, including ammonia and methanol. We have successfully supplied biofuels in Singapore and Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp bunkering hubs to different shipping segments. We can draw on our established supply and operations network to develop bespoke reliable and competitive biofuel solutions with our customers according to their CO2 reduction targets.

Find out more about TotalEnergies Marine Fuels

Carbon storage

The E&P team is developing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) services for our assets and also third parties in Asia-Pacific. We are actively pursuing significant industrial projects, such as in Australia. By enabling permanent CO2 sequestration, our Ichthys LNG project in Australia is contributing to low-carbon LNG production.

With our customers

BtoB customers

In Singapore, we have a solar-powered lubricant blending plant that also serves as a regional hub for supplying the Asia-Pacific markets, which account for more than 40% of the demand for TotalEnergies’ lubricants worldwide. The plant has a blending capacity of 310,000 Mt/year, producing a wide range of lubricants for automotive, industrial and marine applications.

BtoC customers

We operate the largest electric vehicle charging network in Singapore with over 1,500 charge points installed in the city-state. Using Singapore as a strategic launch pad, we are accelerating EV charging development across the region, including China and India. We have joined forces with China Three Gorges Corporation to build more than 11,000 high-power charge points in Wuhan and Hubei Province by 2025.

We operate a network of service stations, workshops and car wash centers to meet mobility and transportation needs in Asia-Pacific and Middle East.