Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese Email this article
Tender awarded for petrol filling stations

     The Lands Department today (December 8) announced that the tender for three petrol filling stations has been awarded on 21-year land grant at a total premium of $474.01 million.

     The site at South Bay Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong (Rural Building Lot No. 1196), was awarded to Petrochina International (Hong Kong) Corporation Limited at $112.78 million. The site at 22 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong (Aberdeen Inland Lot No. 460), was awarded to Chevron Hong Kong Limited at $128.16 million. The site at No. 173 Tsing Yi Road West, Tsing Yi, New Territories (Tsing Yi Town Lot No. 182), was awarded to Shell Developments (HK) Limited at $233.07 million.

     "Authority from the Central Tender Board was given to the Lands Department to award the above sites to the highest tenderers," a Government spokesman said.

     The successful tenders were submitted on an individual basis for the purchase of the three sites. These three sites are existing, re-tendered sites for the development of petrol filling stations.

     Five tenderers took part in the tender exercise, which produced a total of 13 tenders - 11 for the sites individually and two for the three sites collectively as a package. The companies other than the successful tenderers that tendered (individually or as a package) are listed below in respect of each lot and in alphabetical order:

(a) Rural Building Lot No. 1196
(1) Chevron Hong Kong Limited
(2) ExxonMobil Hong Kong Limited
(3) Shell Developments (HK) Limited
(4) Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited

(b) Aberdeen Inland Lot No. 460
(1) Shell Developments (HK) Limited
(2) Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited

(c) Tsing Yi Town Lot No. 182
(1) Chevron Hong Kong Limited
(2) Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited

Ends/Thursday, December 8, 2011
Issued at HKT 18:56


Print this page