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Feedgas crunch to hit near-term LNG output from Malaysia

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15 May 2017

Feedgas crunch to hit near-term LNG output from Malaysia

Report summary

PETRONAS' Bintulu LNG facility looks set to produce 26 mmtpa in 2017 and 2018 ~ 13% below nameplate capacity. This is the first time since the plant began producing LNG in 1983 that the facility will have operated significantly under capacity.

Table of contents

    • Near-term: LNG output to be curtailed
      • Pipeline delay, budget cuts and deferred maintenance cause near-term shortage
      • To drill or not to drill
    • Long-term: a new wave of development needed
      • Future supply will be more expensive
        • Potential Sarawak supply from undeveloped fields by breakeven
      • and require investment in gas processing infrastructure
    • Winners and losers
      • Some production lost in the near-term
      • but shortage could spur M&A offshore Sarawak
      • And exploration could be revitalised dependent on fiscal incentives

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Sarawak balance: LNG feedgas and domestic demand
  • PETRONAS LNG offtake agreements (SPAs)
  • Feedgas crunch to hit near-term LNG output from Malaysia: Image 3
  • Feedgas crunch to hit near-term LNG output from Malaysia: Image 4

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