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Malaysia gas markets long-term summary H2 2014


Malaysia gas markets long-term summary H2 2014

Report summary

With more gas discoveries in Malaysia, the supply outlook appears to be extremely robust.  Additional volumes from the MTJDA is expected to be delivered into Peninsular Malaysia beginning in 2015 and this coincides with the ramp of supply from PETRONAS' GLNG project in Australia.  In contrast, gas demand growth will suffer especially with the delivery of the Janamanjung coal-fired power plant and TNB's coal-fired 3A project.

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Volatility in oil markets and the growth of unconventional gas supply have created a high degree of uncertainty about future gas demand and the direction of gas prices.

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  • Executive summary
    • PETRONAS will use Peninsular Malaysia as a home market for excess LNG in its portfolio
    • Pengerang petrochemical development sees rapid progress with EPC contracts being awarded
    • End-user prices set to increase with GST in April 2015
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