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Malaysian states push for increased upstream royalties

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15 September 2014

Malaysian states push for increased upstream royalties

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Over 3,800 mmboe of resource has been discovered in Malaysia over the past 5 years.  With upstream projects expected to generate US$40 billion in revenues in 2014, 60% of which will come from Eastern Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak have demanded State royalty rates be increased from 5% to 20%.  Malaysia is viewed as having a stable, progressive fiscal regime and increasing royalties could severely impact project economics and halt the momentum built up through recent exploration success.  

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  • Revenue splits for a deepwater Sabah oil & gas field
  • Revenue splits for a shallow water Sarawak gas field
  • Malaysian states push for increased upstream royalties: Image 3

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