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Malaysia oil supply summary

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Report summary

Liquids supply from Malaysia, the third largest oil producer in the South East Asia region, is forecast to average 0.72 million b/d in 2016. The start-up of Gumusut/Kakap (SB J) and Kikeh (SB K) in deepwater Sabah have boosted production since 2014. But output from these projects has been disappointing and the majority of Malaysia's onstream fields are mature. Overall supply is expected to decline from 2017 onwards. Successful implementation of EOR and the development of sub-commercial reserves will be needed to stem decline, but this is heavily reliant on oil price recovery.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • Risks and uncertainties
      • Key project developments include:
    • Probable developments
    • Reserves growth
    • Other discoveries
    • Yet-to-find
    • Marketed crude streams
    • Crude quality outlook

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:


  • Oil/NGL production outlook and world ranking
  • Risks to supply
  • Overall oil/NGL production outlook to 2035
  • Key crude streams and characteristics in 2016
  • Annual crude quality distribution*
  • Main oil/NGL infrastructure (Western Malaysia)
  • Main oil/NGL infrastructure (Eastern Malaysia)


  • Key other discoveries
  • Marketed crude streams
  • Key commercial fields

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