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Old June 3rd, 2013, 12:11 PM   #481
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Old June 27th, 2013, 09:04 AM   #482
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Major milestone for Petronas floating LNG project
Published: 2013/06/27
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...#ixzz2XObhKGbm

KUALA LUMPUR: National oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is set to become the owner and operator of the world's first floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility, following the official steel- cutting ceremony for the vessel hull in South Korea on Monday.

Petronas said in a statement on Tuesday that the event signifies a major milestone for the project to proceed to its construction phase and meet its commissioning schedule in 2015.

Its president and chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Shamsul Azhar Abbas led the ceremony, held at the Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) shipyard in Okpo, and was jointly hosted by Technip president and CEO Thierry Pilenko and DSME president and CEO Jaeho Ko.

Petronas signed the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of the facility offshore Sarawak with Technip and DSME in June last year.

The FLNG facility will have the capacity to produce 1.2 million tonnes liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year.

Once operational, it is expected to change the landscape of LNG operations, previously only possible at onshore plants but now able to be carried out hundreds of kilometres away from land and closer to offshore gas sources.

As such, the facility will also play a significant role in efforts to unlock gas reserves in Malaysia's remote and stranded fields currently deemed uneconomical to develop and evacuate.

In addition, Petronas is also looking at building its second FLNG facility, which is currently on a dual from-end engineering design studies.

The group's first FLNG facility will be deployed offshore Bintulu, while the second is slated to be used at the Rotan field offshore Sabah.

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The RM5 billion Pengerang Independent Deepwater Petroleum Terminal
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GREATER KL (KLANG VALLEY) INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS
As of October 2013
MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre (complete: 2015)



Convention Centre KLIA Sepang (complete: 2016)



Low Cost Carrier Terminal - KLIA2 & ERL Extension (complete: 2014)



Klang Valley MRT Line 1 (Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line) | Lenght: 51km | 31 stations (complete: 2017)



Sime Darby Healthcare Hospital in Desa ParkCity (complete: 2013)



Gleneagles Hospital Extension (complete: 2015)



National Cancer Institute in Putrajaya (complete: 2013)



Heriot-Watt University in Putrajaya (complete: 2015)



rapidKL Kelana Jaya LRT Line extension (complete: 2016)



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SOME PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS @GREATER KL (KLANG VALLEY)
RIVER OF LIFE
Revitalising the Klang River into a Heritage and Commercial Centre


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Universiti Malaya Health Metropolis
The Health Metropolis will contribute significantly to the University of Malaya in its effort towards attaining the status of a World Class, Fully Autonomous Research University by way of the development of an advanced, state-of-the -art healthcare and medical practice. It will spearhead efforts in nurturing quality medical and healthcare professionals in education, research and healthcare services.
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Xiamen University Malaysia campus
Malaysia has been chosen as the venue for the first overseas branch campus for a top university in China, Xiamen University (XMU), to open in 2015. The campus is a branch of the Xiamen University in China and would be built at Salak Tinggi, near Sepang.
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Ministry of Transport has ordered 10 new six-car electric train sets (ETS) for intercity journeys for Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) from CSR Zhuzhou
China's CSR Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive has sold 10 inter-city bullet trains to Malaysia. The trains, with 4G network coverage and eco-friendly equipment.



Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine
Clinton and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin later witnessed the signing of collaboration, affiliation and licensing agreements between the Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd and the Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine International
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HIGH SPEED RAIL LINK - KL to Singapore
Singapore's Prime Minister, Mr Lee Hsien Loong (right), meets Malaysia's Prime Minister, Mr Najib Razak, in Singapore for the Singapore-Malaysia Leader's Retreat at the Shangri-La Hotel on Feb 19, 2013. Singapore and Malaysia have agreed to build a high speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, a move that will improve the connectivity between the two countries. -- ST PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking....PyoMq6Hs.dpuf



Airbus Customer Service Centre, SAE expansion
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today launched the 2nd Airbus Customer Service Centre and the expansion of its joint venture maintenance unit, Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE), which involves the construction of a second hangar at the SAE
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Build more infrastructure for electric cars to attract new models, says Volkswagen Malaysia
Posted on March 3, 2014, Monday
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KUALA LUMPUR: There should be more infrastructure provided by the government in order to bring in more electric cars to the Malaysian market, says Volkswagen Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Christoph Aringer.

He said car manufacturers have to prepare thorough proposals and submit to their companies, taking into account the existing facilities and infrastructure already available in the country.

“Electric cars benefit the people amid the softening economic situation in the Asean region and electric cars are the best solution.

“However, we (car manufacturers) need to take into account everything including the facilities and infrastructure.We cannot only sell our products but we need to think of our buyers of e-vehicles and future users,” he told Bernama.

Aringer said it was impossible for Volkswagen Malaysia to manufacture electric vehicles in Malaysia for the time being.

Meanwhile, BMW Group Malaysia recently reported that it would not manufacture electric vehicles in Malaysia any longer, owing it to poor demand for such vehicles in the country.

The German car manufacturer said due to the small demand and insufficient infrastructure, it cannot produce its ‘i’ models at present.

BMW Group Malaysia also sought clarification on what tax advantage companies like BMW would get for introducing energy-efficient vehicles in Malaysia.

It also urged the government to offer tax incentives for players selling electric vehicles, irrespective of whether they are locally-assembled. — Bernama
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Petronas close to launching CEOR in global waters
By MUHAMMED AHMAD HAMDAN | 26 March 2014| last updated at 11:31PM
http://www.nst.com.my/business/natio...aters-1.532364

PILOT PROJECT: Corporation to implement chemical enhanced oil recovery on two international oil fields

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is close to launching its pilot project in the implementation of Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) on two international oil fields.

Its head of exploration and production technology division Dr Nasir Darman said they are part of the six fields internationally being evaluated by Petronas for the CEOR implementation.

"We are evaluating six fields right now," he said on the sidelines of the Offshore Technology Conference Asia 2014, here, yesterday.

Petronas is currenly in the midst of implementing full-scale EOR on its Tapis field offshore Terengganu, the country's first large-scale full-field offshore implementation of water-alternating-gas injection.

The RM10 billion project, carried out in partnership with ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia, is also said to be one of the largest offshore projects of its kind in Southeast Asia.

This, along with some 13 domestic EOR projects in the pipeline with total investment of around US$14 billion (RM46.2 billion), has given Petronas the confidence to expand its EOR portfolio globally, as mentioned by executive vice-president exploration and production business Datuk Wee Yiaw Hin in a recent interview.

"We are expanding our knowledge and capability elsewhere ... we try to sell our capability (in EOR) to Myamnar, so that we become a preferred partner of choice to operate their fields," he said.

On the local front, EOR has emerged as a solution for Petronas as Malaysian oil fields are now moving into the mature phase after more than four decades of exploration and production, which has resulted in declining production.

Although all the 14 domestic EOR projects by Petronas involve brownfields, Nasir said the national oil company is also looking at implementing EOR on greenfields, if required.

He said Petronas had allocated around RM1.1 billion for research and development in EOR to develop innovative and applicable technology to rejuvenate mature oil fields, while raising production at maturing ones.
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Rapid investment may top US$50b
By KAMARUL YUNUS | 24 March 2014| last updated at 12:35AM
http://www.nst.com.my/business/today...s-50b-1.530511



HIGHER TARGET: Mida confident that investment outlook on O&G sector will remain positive

INVESTMENTS at the Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (Rapid) project in Pengerang, Johor, could top US$50 billion (RM165 billion) by 2020, 150 per cent more than the initial target of US$20 billion.

Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) said Pengerang will serve as catalyst for development in areas such as refinery, petrochemicals, power, naptha cracker and regasification plants, as well as crude oil storage and liquefied natural gas storage tanks.

“Investments could reach as high as RM170 billion by 2020,” Mida said in reply to a Business Times query on investments in Malaysia’s oil and gas industry, in the wake of the inaugural four-day Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Asia beginning here, today.

On Pengerang, Mida said it is confident that the investment outlook on the oil and gas (O&G) industry will be positive and the agency will continue to work with the relevant agencies to promote foreign and domestic investments in the sector.

“The fact that Malaysia was selected as the first Asian country to host the OTC underscores its strategic position as an established base for major corporations and a hub for O&G

activities in the region,” said Mida, which is the principal sponsor of OTC Asia.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had said recently the local O&G industry was expected to contribute siginificantly to Malaysia’s economic growth this year.

While he had earlier hinted that the project would take off this year or next year, Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) said a final investment decision on the Rapid project was only expected by the end of the month.

On the local O&G industry, Mida approved 18 projects worth RM7.05 billion last year, of which seven each were in the machinery and equipment (M&E) and petroleum and petrochemicals sectors, engineering support services (three) and oil and gas services (one). Of the seven M&E projects worth RM833.5 million, 81 per cent were foreign investments.

“A noteworthy project approved by Mida last year came from a foreign-owned company with investments of RM21.6 million to manufacture machine parts and components for the O&G industry,” Mida said.

For the downstream sub-sector, major projects approved last year included a joint venture with an investment of RM2.3 billion to produce blended crude petroleum oil, blended gasoline, blended diesel and blended fuel oil.

“This project will create 96 employment opportunities and complement the development of the Rapid project. Another foreign-owned project with investments of RM2.7 billion will involve the production of ammonia, citric acid and ammonium nitrate to be used as raw materials for fertilisers,” Mida said.

A Regional Technical Centre for oil and gas services involving investments of RM12.3 million was also approved last year.

Mida said investments in the local O&G industry should focus on the production of high value-added and niche market products.

It added that the available opportunities in the industry had created a robust market for various investments in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.

“As a result, more international companies have committed to make strategic investments in Malaysia.

“The recent shift of oil and gas exploration to deep waters in Asia Pacific has also created opportunities for the manufacture of specialised sub-sea extraction and production equipment,” Mida added.

It said enhancing exploration activities and output of oil and gas fields will help spur the sector’s growth.

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By ZULITA MUSTAFA | 25 March 2014| last updated at 01:57AM
http://www.nst.com.my/business/today...-base-1.532550

ROBUST DOMESTIC INDUSTRY: Najib urges O&G companies to consider country as strategic business partner

PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said yesterday the government would like to attract more international oil and gas (O&G) companies to make strategic investments in Malaysia and complement homegrown companies.

He said investors should look at the country from a wider regional perspective and consider Malaysia as a strategic business partner within the framework of Asean.

“With our domestic capabilities, we believe that Malaysia is an ideal base for businesses to expand their Asian O&G operations,” he said in his speech at the opening of the Offshore Technology

Conference (OTC) Asia 2014 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, here.
Najib said the era of innovation has led to new growth in upstream spending for the Asian region.

“In Malaysia, our capital expenditures are forecast to be almost US$60 billion (RM198 billion) over the next five years. These converging forces can create a positive environment for Asia’s O&G industry to thrive.”

He said as the country moved forward, O&G can continue to play a role in providing Asia with secure energy to power rapid development and sustainable long-term economic growth.

Najib also said the country has the perfect mix of ingredients for a regional energy hub, such as an active and robust domestic O&G industry, supported by significant resources.

He said the government’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) has developed targets in the O&G and energy industries to galvanise Malaysia’s upstream sector, expand its domestic downstream sector and venture into alternative energy sources.

ETP projects, he added, include rejuvenating existing fields through enhanced oil recovery, developing marginal fields and intensifying exploration activities.
“These projects provide huge opportunities for upstream players to participate in, with the strong support and backing of the government”.

He also said innovation from the country’s engineers in developing new extraction methods and identifying new fields has enabled domestic production to grow by 1.8 per cent in 2012 and a further 2.1 per cent last year.

Najib later visited the exhibition booths and mingled with trade exhibitors.

The four-day biennial conference showcases state-of-the-art technology for offshore drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection.
More than 15,000 delegates and trade visitors from more than 72 countries are attending the event.

Present were International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, Petronas chairman Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan and Petronas group president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Shamsul Azhar Abbas.

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Pengerang Deepwater Terminal, one of the Malaysian Government's Entry Point Projects, has the potential to transform Pengerang into Asia's Rotterdam Port. Upon completion, the Pengerang Deepwater Terminal will be able to handle the storage, blending and distribution of crude oil, gas and petroleum products.

The first phase of the project is being undertaken by a join venture company comprising DIALOG, Vopak abd the Johor State Government. DIALOG's partner Vopak, which is headquartered in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is the world's largest independent tank storage provider and specialises in the storage and handling of liquid chemicals, gasses and oil products. The first phase is scheduled to be completed by December 2013 and operational for the first oil commissioning in 1st quarter 2014.

The Pengerang Deepwater Terminal is a RM5 bilion project located in Pengerang, South Eastern Johor

Scheduled completion : 2017

Storage capacity : 5 million cubic metres

Land reclamation : 500 acres

Pengerang's Strategic location to international sea lanes and natural attributes such as sheltered harbour and deepwater makes it an ideal location to serve as an oil, gas and petrochemical hub

The construction of a deepwater jetty facility with water dept of 24 metres, would facilitate handling Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs)



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COMPLETING PROJECTS 2014: GREATER KL (KLANG VALLEY) INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS
Low Cost Carrier Terminal - KLIA2 & ERL Extension




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Heriot-Watt University in Putrajaya




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Besraya Eastern Extension
The BEE project aims to provide an alternative route for motorists travelling from east of Kuala Lumpur heading south along the Sungai Besi Highway, bypassing the congested Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) used by thousands of motorists daily. The 12.3km extension will connect Salak South, Jalan Istana, Jalan Loke Yew, Jalan Cheras Lama, Shamelin Perkasa, MRR2 North (where Jalan Pandan Jaya intersects with MRR2), MRR2 South (where Jalan Pandan Indah intersects with MRR2), Pandan Jaya and Jalan Pandan Utama near Pandan Indah and one interchange at Taman Ikan Emas.


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COMPLETING PROJECTS 2014: MALAYSIA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS
PENANG's SECOND LINK
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ELECTRIFIED DOUBLE TRACK PROJECT: Penang Swing Bridge
The Prai Swing Bridge forms one of the more unique structures along the Electrified Double Track Project (EDTP) Ipoh – Padang Besar. It is designed to allow unrestricted movement of ships and other marine vessels along the Prai River.




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LPT Phase 2


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ELECTRIFIED DOUBLE TRACK PROJECT: The twin bore Berapit tunnel


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COMPLETING PROJECTS 2014: MALAYSIA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS
University College of Technology Sarawak (UCTS)
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Glenegle Kota Kinabalu Medical Centre
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Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios
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Subterranean Penang International Convention and Exhibition Centre (SPICE)
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COMPLETING PROJECTS 2014: GREATER KL (KLANG VALLEY) INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS
Low Cost Carrier Terminal - KLIA2 & ERL Extension


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Heriot-Watt University in Putrajaya


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rapidKL Ampang LRT Line extension & new car replacement


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Besraya Eastern Extension
The BEE project aims to provide an alternative route for motorists travelling from east of Kuala Lumpur heading south along the Sungai Besi Highway, bypassing the congested Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) used by thousands of motorists daily. The 12.3km extension will connect Salak South, Jalan Istana, Jalan Loke Yew, Jalan Cheras Lama, Shamelin Perkasa, MRR2 North (where Jalan Pandan Jaya intersects with MRR2), MRR2 South (where Jalan Pandan Indah intersects with MRR2), Pandan Jaya and Jalan Pandan Utama near Pandan Indah and one interchange at Taman Ikan Emas.


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