Infrastructure poses challenges for Malaysia's longer term gas and LNG market. On the LNG demand front, supply upside from the North Malay basin and MTJDA has resulted in the first contraction in LNG demand in a long time. The Pengerang LNG terminal, Peninsular Malaysia's second LNG regasification terminal, has not resulted in an LNG demand increase. A gas leak earlier in 2018 led to the shutdown of the Sabah-Sarawak Gas Pipeline (SSGP), cutting off feedgas from the Kebabangan fields to Bintulu liquefaction plant. This has resulted in one of the worst years in LNG sales for PETRONAS. Bintulu's feedstock supply woes are likely to extend late into 2019, with repair works only set to complete in the later half of the year. This is the second shutdown of SSGP in five years since the fire during its commissioning in 2014, bringing concerns about the reliability and safety.