PETRONAS' long LNG and the Malaysian sink

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13 August 2014

PETRONAS' long LNG and the Malaysian sink

Report summary

PETRONAS is going increasingly long on LNG. It has access to a growing supply volume, including additional LNG capacity in eastern Malaysia and international offtake agreements. At the same time, it is facing expiry of existing supply contracts to its customers and lower than anticipated LNG demand in Peninsular Malaysia.  We estimate PETRONAS’ flexible LNG volume could grow from 2.5 mmtpa in 2015 to over 26 mmtpa in 2022; surpassing even the flexible LNG portfolio of Qatargas.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1 - PETRONAS LNG supply/offtake deals
  • Chart 2 - PETRONAS outlook for flexible LNG*
  • Chart 3 - Peninsular Malaysia LNG demand
  • Chart 4 - Uncontracted LNG seeking market

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