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PETRONAS was incorporated on 17 August 1974 as the national oil company of Malaysia, vested with the entire ownership and control of the petroleum resources in the country. It has since grown from merely being the manager and regulator of Malaysia’s upstream sector into a fully integrated oil and gas corporation, ranked among the FORTUNE Global 500® largest corporations in the world. Over the years, we have gained unique experience and expertise in nation building and this, coupled with our technical and operational competencies have allowed PETRONAS to be increasingly accepted as the preferred strategic partner by international companies and the host countries where we operate. This augurs well for the realisation of our vision to become a “Leading Oil and Gas Multinational of Choice". Much of PETRONAS’ success can be attributed to our ability to strike a balance between being a state-owned entity and a full-fledged commercial organisation. As a state-owned entity, PETRONAS is responsible for the effective management of Malaysia’s oil and gas resources, to add value to this national asset and to ensure the orderly and sustainable development of the nation’s petroleum industry. As a business entity, we conduct our operations in a prudent and commercially oriented manner to compete effectively in the increasingly challenging global business environment, while maximising returns to our shareholders. With a proven track record in integrated petroleum operations on our home ground, we embarked on a strategic globalisation programme in the early 1990s to augment Malaysia’s crude oil and gas reserves, add value to our core business and provide exciting new challenges for our young employees. PETRONAS is the national oil and gas company of Malaysia and is whollyowned by the Government of Malaysia. Together with its subsidiaries and associated companies, PETRONAS, a FORTUNE Global 500® company, has fully integrated oil and gas operations in a broad spectrum of the oil and gas value-chain. Its business activities include (i) the exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas in Malaysia and overseas; (ii) the liquefaction, sale and transportation of LNG; (iii) the processing and transmission of natural gas and the sale of natural gas products; (iv) the refining and marketing of petroleum products; (v) the manufacture and sale of petrochemical products; (vi) the trading of crude oil, petroleum products and petrochemical products; and (vii) shipping and logistics relating to LNG, crude oil and petroleum products. PETRONAS strives to contribute to the well-being of the people and nations wherever it operates by developing and adding value to oil and gas resources in a manner that carefully balances commercial, environmental and social considerations.
Exploration & Production Business As custodian of Malaysia’s oil and gas resources, PETRONAS is entrusted with the responsibility to develop and add value to the nation’s hydrocarbon resources. In the early years, PETRONAS focused its efforts on managing the production sharing contractors who were exploring Malaysian acreages, but PETRONAS soon saw the need to take on a bigger and more proactive role in augmenting the nation’s oil and gas reserves. PETRONAS has also reintensified efforts to strengthen Malaysia’s upstream industry through the enhancement of fiscal terms and the introduction of new petroleum solutions, leveraging on the Government’s new tax incentives. Through its Exploration & Production (E&P) subsidiary, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd (PETRONAS Carigali), PETRONAS has developed capability as a hands-on operator with a track record of successful oil and gas developments. PETRONAS Carigali works alongside a number of petroleum multinational corporations through Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs) to explore, develop and produce oil and gas in Malaysia. Abroad, PETRONAS continues to strengthen its position by securing new acreages while undertaking various development projects. The Petroleum Management Unit of PETRONAS acts as resource owner and manager of Malaysia’s domestic oil and gas assets. It manages the optimal exploitation of hydrocarbon resources and enhances the prospectivity of domestic acreages to attract investment and protect the national interest. One of the key drivers of its business growth is deepwater E&P, with many positive prospects emerging in Malaysian acreages. PETRONAS continues to harness and develop new technologies to maximise opportunities and further strengthen its capabilities as part of its ongoing efforts to become a leading global E&P player.
Gas & Power PETRONAS’ Gas & Power Business aspires to be a leading integrated gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and power player. To create greater focus in these core areas of growth, the business has been structured and streamlined into two major portfolios; Global LNG business and Infrastructure, Utilities & Power business.
. MLNG. Sarawak.Global LNG PETRONAS’ global LNG business comprises the production and sale of LNG through its domestic operations in Bintulu. Utilities & Power PETRONAS’ Infrastructure. having sold more than 7. industrial and commercial sectors in Peninsular Malaysia. through its majority-owned subsidiary. PETRONAS operates one of the world’s largest LNG facilities in Bintulu. the use of natural gas products for power generation and utilities. Over the years. PETRONAS is also involved in LNG and energy trading activities through its marketing arms in Malaysia and Europe (PETRONAS LNG Ltd and PETRONAS Energy Trading Ltd). As a global LNG player. Infrastructure. Sarawak (PETRONAS LNG Complex) and overseas operations in Egypt (Egyptian LNG). PETRONAS. At present. The business is leveraging on its widely respected operational excellence and sustainable energy developments. butane and condensates. which includes electricity and carbon trading. PETRONAS Gas Berhad (PGB). and the expansion of Malaysia’s petrochemical industry through the use of gas derivative products. LNG Dua and MLNG Tiga. propane. such as ethane.000 cargoes since the establishment of its first LNG plant in 1983. while continuing to grow its LNG presence in the Atlantic basin. PETRONAS is also establishing its foothold in European energy trading. PETRONAS also exports gas for power generation to Singapore. which consists of three plants.505 km of pipelines to process and transmit gas to end-users in the power. The PGU system is the principal catalyst for the development of Peninsular Malaysia’s offshore gas fields. comprising six processing plants and approximately 2. with a combined capacity of 24 million tonnes per annum. operates the Peninsular Gas Utilisation (PGU) system. PETRONAS is determined to defend its significant traditional Far East market and seize opportunities on the growing spot market. PETRONAS commands a sizeable LNG market share in the Far East. Utilities & Power business focuses its efforts towards ensuring long term security and sustainability of the gas market in Malaysia and expanding its portfolio of infrastructure and power positions in high growth markets. PETRONAS has sustained its market position and preserved its reputation as a reliable supplier of LNG.
as well as gas storage and LNG regasification facilities in Europe. PETRONAS Trading Corporation Sdn Bhd (PETCO). Australia. Globally. and has trading operations in . Indonesia and Thailand. Africa and the Indian subcontinent). PETRONAS also operates a Group III base oil refining (MG3) plant in the Melaka Refinery Complex. two in Melaka (collectively known as the Melaka Refinery Complex) and another in Kertih (the Kertih Refinery). PETRONAS has investments in pipeline operations in Argentina. as well as through manufacturing and marketing of petrochemical products. leveraging on existing capabilities and venturing into opportunities in key focus markets in Asia and the Middle East. Downstream Business PETRONAS’ Downstream Business plays a strategic role in enhancing the value of Malaysia’s oil and gas resources through its integrated operations in refining and trading. marketing of crude oil and petroleum products locally and internationally. Entry into the power business will support PETRONAS’ vision to be an integrated energy company. PETRONAS is also committed to further grow in the power and renewable energy business. The first refinery in Melaka is 100% owned by PETRONAS while the second refinery is 53% owned by the Group. Refining & Trading PETRONAS owns and operates three refineries in Malaysia. PETRONAS also has an oil refining presence in Africa through its 80% owned subsidiary. To carry out trading activities in crude oil and petroleum products in the Malaysian and international markets (including Asia. a leading South African refining and marketing company that owns and operates a refinery in Durban. South Africa. Engen Petroleum Limited (Engen). which is due for completion in July 2012. PETRONAS formed a wholly-owned subsidiary. This will facilitate the importation of LNG by PETRONAS and third parties towards ensuring security of gas supply for the nation in the future.PGB is also developing Malaysia’s first LNG Regasification Terminal in Melaka. PETCO also trades in crude oil and petroleum products produced by affiliates and third parties.
Tanzania. jet fuel. Mauritius. PDB also jointly operates a jet fuel storage facility and hydrant line system at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. PMIPL also has exclusive supply arrangements and collaborations with major Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) partners and car manufacturers. Besides marketing activities. kerosene. Namibia. In China and India. respectively. PLISB has established a manufacturing base and distribution channel to sell its products in the European market by virtue of acquiring the FL Selenia Group. PETRONAS Marketing Sudan Limited (PMSL). and manages a network of local lubricant distributors in Indonesia. PETRONAS has also established its downstream marketing presence in key Asian markets. With a presence in more than 20 countries worldwide. In Africa. Malawi.Dubai and London via its wholly-owned subsidiaries PETCO Trading DMCC and PETCO Trading UK Limited. diesel. anti-freeze and functional fluids for . Mozambique. PETRONAS Lubricants International Sdn Bhd (PLISB) is the lubricants arm of PETRONAS. PDB also has interest in Malaysia’s Multi-Product Pipeline and the Klang Valley Distribution Terminal that transports gasoline. asphalt and lubricants. Downstream Marketing PETRONAS is engaged in domestic marketing and retailing activities through PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad (PDB). In Thailand similar activities are undertaken by PETRONAS Retail (Thailand) Co Ltd that also supplies jet fuel to the Don Muang International Airport and the Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Réunion. which is the main base for the UN World Food Programme’s operations in the Sudan. which markets a wide range of petroleum products. fuel oil. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). as well as owns and operates retail stations. a majority-owned subsidiary. PETRONAS’ subsidiary Engen has the largest retail network of service stations in South Africa as well as a strong retail presence in the SubSaharan region in countries including Botswana. Lesotho. Swaziland. In the Sudan. jet fuel and diesel oil from the refineries to major demand centres in the Klang Valley. including gasoline. the Group’s lubricant products are sold through PETRONAS’ wholly-owned subsidiary. operates retail stations as well as markets petroleum products to industrial and commercial customers. a wholly owned subsidiary is engaged in the marketing and retailing of petroleum products and lubricants. PMSL also provides into-plane service at the Khartoum International Airport and El-Obeid International Airport. PETRONAS Marketing China Company Ltd and PETRONAS Marketing India Private Ltd (PMIPL). Bangkok. Kenya. PMSL also supplies fuel to the UN-African Union Mission peacekeeping force in Darfur and operates refuelling stations and depots. Burundi. PT PETRONAS Niaga Indonesia. transmission. (renamed PL Italy Group) and offers lubricants.a wholly-owned subsidiary. respectively. Zambia and Zimbabwe.
marketing and trading subsidiaries and has a total combined production capacity of over 11 million tonnes per annum. Petrochemicals PETRONAS first ventured into the production of basic petrochemical products in the mid-1980s and later embarked on several large scale petrochemical projects with multinational joint venture partners. PETRONAS’ joint venture partners have included The Dow Chemical Company. PETRONAS recently consolidated its petrochemical business under the PETRONAS Chemicals Group Berhad (PCG). the Philippines and Vietnam. Leveraging on PL Italy Group’s strong OEM relationships and world-class research and development capabilities. The concept underlying the development of these IPCs is to achieve a competitive edge through the integration of petrochemical projects using . Apart from eight LPG bottling plants in Malaysia. Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and Repsol YPF for locations in Buenos Aires. through joint ventures with multinational petrochemical companies. technical. PCG is the listed holding entity for all of PETRONAS’ petrochemical production. Idemitsu Petrochemical Co Ltd. BASF Netherlands BV.automobiles. trucks. With a view to strengthening integration and improving economies of scale. PETRONAS also has LPG facilities in selected Asian countries namely in India. undertakes the marketing of MG3 base oil in Malaysia and the Asia Pacific region whereas marketing in Europe is handled by PETRONAS Marketing Netherlands BV. developed two Integrated Petrochemical Complexes (IPCs) at Kertih and Gebeng. either through a joint venture or wholly-owned subsidiary. PETRONAS markets its base oil products under the brand ETRO. Colombo and Hong Kong. BP Chemicals. PETRONAS Base Oil (M) Sdn Bhd. collaborative and commercial agreement for the exclusive right to supply lubricants to Fiat Italy via PL Italy Group. agricultural tractors and earth moving machinery as well as for other industrial equipment to the market. PLISB currently has a long-term supply. The leading integrated petrochemical producer in Malaysia and one of the largest in South East Asia. along the eastern corridor of Peninsular Malaysia. PETRONAS Aviation Sdn Bhd. Also in the lubricants marketing sector. a wholly owned subsidiary of PETRONAS. including to Malaysia Airlines. and Sasol Polymers International Investments (Pty) Ltd. The petrochemical business which has been consolidated under PCG. Mitsubishi Corporation. as well as to Shell. a wholly owned subsidiary of PETRONAS. markets PETRONAS’ aviation fuel in the global market.
Dialog Equity Group Sdn Bhd (30%) and Vopak Terminals Penjuru (Jurong) Pte Ltd (30%) owns and operates the storage and distribution terminal. an oxo-alcohols complex and a butanediol plant. all of which are located within the IPC. which owns and operates a copolyester plastic resin plant. Gebeng IPC comprises mainly of propylene-based petrochemical projects.common or related feedstock and common facilities within a self-contained complex. and Eastman Chemicals. The petrochemical projects are fully integrated with the surrounding infrastructure facilities and other process plants in Kertih. setting our course for the future. guiding our corporate activities and policies. a propane dehydrogenation plant and a polypropylene plant. an aromatics complex and a low-density polyethylene plant. PETRONAS. which owns and operates an acrylic acid/acrylic esters plant. Both the Kertih and Gebeng IPCs are a major step towards establishing Malaysia as a regional petrochemical production hub. such as BP Chemicals.7 million tonnes per annum. an ethylene oxide/ethylene glycol plant. which include two ethylene crackers. The Kertih marine facilities include six berths that can accommodate chemical tankers up to 40. PETRONAS’ Kertih IPC consists principally of ethylene-based petrochemical projects. The Gebeng IPC is also host to a number of multinational chemical companies. ammonia/synthesis gas plants. The integrated development of Malaysia’s petrochemical industry is expected to promote the development of the country’s industrial base. A joint venture comprising PETRONAS (40%). The anchor project at the Gebeng lPC is a joint venture between PETRONAS and BASF. anacetic acid plant. vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plants. a polyethylene plant. including PGB’s six gas processing plants and the Kertih Refinery. especially the plastics and chemical based component manufacturing industry. a multi-unit derivatives plant. which has a throughput of approximately 2. Vision. Mission & Shared Values Vision and Mission These statements define PETRONAS as an organisation. which owns and operates a purified terephthalic acid plant.000 dead-weight metric tonnes. through PCG owns and operates an MTBE/propylene plant. .
innovative and proactive and always striving for excellence Cohesiveness United in purpose and fellowship Board of Directors Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan Chairman of the Board Tan Sri Dato' Shamsul Azhar Abbas President & CEO . Loyalty Loyal to nation and corporation Integrity Honest and upright Professionalism Committed. reflecting our sense of duty and responsibility in upholding our commitment towards contributing to the well-being of peoples and nations wherever we operate.Vision Statement To be a Leading Oil and Gas Multinational of Choice Mission Statement • We are a business entity • Petroleum is our core business • Our primary responsibility is to develop and add value to this national resource • Our objective is to contribute to the well-being of the people and the nation Shared Values Our values are embedded in our culture as the backbone of our business conduct.
Dato' Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah Tan Sri A Aziz Amirsham Datuk Ibrahim Muhammad Dato' Mohamad Idris Mansor Tan Sri Dato' Seri Hj Megat Najmuddin Datuk Seri Dr Hj Megat Khas Krishnan CK Menon Datin Yap Siew Bee Datuk Mohd Mustapha Omar Datuk Wan Wan Ariffin Zulkiflee Datuk Anuar Ahmad Dato' Wee Yiaw Hin Datuk Ratilal Manharlal Faridah Haris Hamid Company Secretary Abdul Rahman Musa .
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a range of premium grade synthetic motorcycle engine oils for the Malaysian market. inked an alliance agreement with Dowell Schlumberger (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd to undertake the redevelopment of the Samarang field. • • Oil Business • PETRONAS Dagangan launched its new and improved PRIMAX 97 petrol. to MDC Oil and Gas (SK320) Ltd. Awarded a PSC for Block SK320.PETRONAS' transformation journey from a domestic-based national oil company into a fully integrated oil and gas multinational corporation has seen many significant milestones charted. MD5 and MD6 in Myanmar. Japan under a long term contract of 15 years. PLI and PROTON Holdings Berhad signed a supply. a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi owned Mubadala Development Company. replacing PRIMAX 3. offshore Sabah. offshore Sarawak. whilst enhancing staff capabilities in EOR. and to PETRONAS Carigali PETRONAS. technical and commercial collaboration agreement. • • Gas Business • MLNG successfully delivered its first LNG cargo to Shikoku Electric Power Co Inc. employing proven and new technologies. Through the alliance. through PETRONAS Carigali. PETRONAS Carigali will leverage on Schulumberger’s renowned subsurface technology. • . paving the way for greater business integration and cooperation in the area of automotive lubricants and functional fluids. Here are some of the main highlights: Company Milestones – 2010 Exploration & Production • PETRONAS through PETRONAS Carigali together with partner United National and Gas Limited acquired deepwater Blocks MD4. PETRONAS Lubricants International Sdn Bhd (PLI) introduced PETRONAS Syntium Moto. PETRONAS signed a MOU with Mitsubishi Corporation to jointly develop a solar photovoltaic demonstration project in Malaysia.
PETRONAS received recognition from the Malaysian Government for the Company’s outstanding contributions in the field of corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the Prime Minister’s CSR Award 2009. and Acting Chairman of PETRONAS. and Culture and Heritage. • • • Glossary • • • • • • LPG – Liquefied Petroleum Gas E&P – Exploration & Production LNG – Liquefied Natural Gas LOI – Letter of Intent PSC – Production Sharing Contract SPA – Sales & Purchase Agreemen . YBhg Dato’ Shamsul Azhar Abbas succeeded as the President & CEO. PETRONAS won three awards altogether. Education. PETRONAS was awarded the Certificate of Merit in Education by the Government of Vietnam for PETRONAS’ significant contribution to the country’s education development in 2009. General • • • YBhg Tan Sri Mohd Hassan Marican ended his tenure as President and CEO of PETRONAS.• PETRONAS signed a Gas Sales Agreement with upstream contractors Sarawak Shell Berhad and PETRONAS Carigali for natural gas to be produced from three fields in Block SK308 offshore Sarawak. PETRONAS received a Master Award for Oil and Gas category during the Brand Laureate Awards in recognition for its brand excellence amongst the top best brands in Malaysia and the world. having helmed the corporation since 1995. comprising Best Overall CSR Programme.
Tapis. making it the first company in Malaysia to have high capacity tankers equipped with technologically advanced safety and security features to deliver its product to its customers. Talisman Malaysia Limited. namely Majnoon. Guntong.Company Milestones . • • • • Oil Business • PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad launched its new PETRONAS PRIMAX 95 petrol. Talisman Energy Inc. namely Seligi. Halfaya. PETRONAS PRIMAX 95 meets the Euro 2-M emission standards and is formulated using the new SINAR G07 additive which protect engine components and enhance overall engine efficiency.2009 Exploration & Production • • PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd together with partners Industrial Petrochemical LLC and Oman Oil Company signed a PSC for Natih Block in Oman PETRONAS signed a PSC with ExxonMobil E&P Inc (EMEPMI) and PETRONAS Carigali for further development of seven fields. which replaces its older RON 92 fuel in the market. Badra and Gharaf. Tabu. PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad introduced two units of B-Double tankers into its fleet of product movers. PETRONAS secured four major oil fields in Iraq. offshore Sabah. Palas. • . offshore Peninsular Malaysia. signed a PSC with PETRONAS and PETRONAS Carigali for the exploration and development of Blocks SB309 and SB310. Semangkok. PETRONAS Carigali (Turkmenistan) Sdn Bhd acquired the MOPU Saparmyrat Turkemenbashi and Floating Storage Offloading (FSO) vessel Ozughan from Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) Incorporation. PETRONAS Carigali signed a PSC for West Glagah in Indonesia. Irong Barat. through its wholly owned subsidiary.
• PT PETRONAS Niaga Indonesia was awarded the rights to distribute more than 20 million litres of subsidised fuel through four stations in Medan. Gas Business • PETRONAS signed a Heads of Agreement to purchase LNG from the integrated LNG facilities currently being undertaken at Gladstone in Queensland. Ground breaking for the Kimanis Power Plant project in Kimanis Bay. . Sabah marking another milestone in the development of the state of Sabah.000m3 of LNG from Trinidad. resulting in the name ‘Mercedes GP PETRONAS Formula One’. Mercedes. Australia by partners Santos GLNG Pty Ltd and PETRONAS Australia Pty Limited (PAPL) Dragon LNG received its first commissioning cargo supplied by BG carrying 145. China. Wales to commemorate the completion and commissioning of Dragon LNG. Indonesia. • • • • • General • PETRONAS announced a five-year deal with major automobile manufacturer. PETRONAS held the opening ceremony of Dragon LNG at the Dragon Terminal in Milford Haven. Papar. Malaysia LNG (MLNG) Group of Companies successfully delivered its first LNG cargo to the Yangshan LNG Receiving Terminal in Shanghai. which was loaded from the PETRONAS LNG Complex in Bintulu. ASEAN LNG Trading Co Ltd (ALTCO) celebrated its 100th traded cargo. Sarawak. The agreement makes PETRONAS the title partner to the Mercedes GP team. a receiving regasification terminal. marking a new partnership for the company in Formula One.
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50% 18 KM. 086 251937 Management and operations of the ammonia/urea plant in Bintulu. 97008 Bintulu. Sarawak. Malaysia 086 232000 086 251043 . Tanjung Kidurong. Malaysia 086 232000 086 251043 . 97008 Bintulu. PO Box 482.50% 18 KM. 086 251937 Management and operations of the ammonia/urea plant in Bintulu. ABF Petrochemicals M Shah b Ali 6/12/1980 Malaysia Company Name: BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd . ABF Petrochemicals M Shah b Ali 6/12/1980 Malaysia Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Asean Bintulu Fertilizer Sdn Bhd Partly Owned 63. Tanjung Kidurong.Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Asean Bintulu Fertilizer Sdn Bhd Partly Owned 63. PO Box 482. Sarawak. Sarawak. Sarawak.
Malaysia 03-21774444 03-27885555 email@example.com Distribution and sales of treated water. 50088 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia 09 5855 000 09 5854 623 Production of acrylic monomers.bekalanair.Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Associated Company 40% Jalan Gebeng 2/1. PETRONAS Twin Towers. Kawasan Perindustrian Gebeng. 26080 Kuantan. oxo products and butanediol products. Petrochemicals Syed Mohd Kamal Alhabshi Syed Abdul Rahman Date of Incorporation: 19/3/1992 Operational Country: Malaysia Company Name: Bintulu Port Holdings Berhad .com www. BASF Petrochemicals Dr Hermann Brandt 28/10/1997 Malaysia Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Bekalan Air KIPC Sdn Bhd Wholly Owned Registered Office: Tower 1. KLCC.com.
Malaysia 086 251001 086 253597 . Malaysia 09 8305 300 09 8305 321 Manufacture. 97008 Bintulu. 24300 Kertih. Property Investment & Development En Mior Ahmad Baiti 22/3/1996 Malaysia Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: BP PETRONAS Acetyls Sdn Bhd Associated Company 30% Kompleks Pentadbiran Petrokimia PETRONAS. Terengganu.my Investment holdings company. Kemaman. Petrochemicals Martin Robinson Date of Incorporation: 27/9/1997 Operational Country: Malaysia Company Name: Type: Dragon LNG Ltd Joint Venture .com. Tanjung Kidurong Road.79% Lot 15. Block 20. 086 251578 http://www. 12th Mile. Sarawak. Kemena Land District. sell and distribute acetic acid.Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Associated Company 32.bintuluport.
uk LNG regasification DLNG Gas Colin OrrBurns (General Manager) 22/9/2004 United Kingdom Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Engen Limited Partly Owned 80% Engen Court Thibault Square.com http://www. 8000 Cape Town. UK 44 (0)1646 691730 44 (0)1646 691731 info@dragonlng. Wales.engen. Waterston.co. SA73 1DR Pembrokeshire. PO Box 35.za Refining of crude oil and marketing of refined petroleum products. Milford Haven. ENGEN Oil Ahmad Nizam Salleh 28/2/1968 South Africa Company Name: Ethylene Malaysia Sdn Bhd .Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: 50% Main Road.firstname.lastname@example.org. Republic of South Africa 2721 403 4911 2721 403 4067 caron.com http://www.
50% Lot 3834. Kawasan Bukit Tengah. Kemaman. Malaysia 03 20515167 . 03 2051 3444 / 3445 (Kuala Lumpur Office) Manufacture. Tower 1. KLCC. storage and sale of ethylene. Jalan Kuantan-Kuala Terengganu. 50088 Kuala Lumpur. 03 2026 5960 (Kuala Lumpur Office) 09 8273 940 (Plant) . PETRONAS Twin Towers. 24300 Kertih. Malaysia 09 8272 040 (Plant) . EMSB Petrochemicals Abd Manaf Abd Hamid 11/7/1991 Malaysia Company Name: Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Gas District Cooling (Holdings) Sdn Bhd Wholly Owned Level 46. GDC Gas Mohamad Naguib Mahfodz 19/7/1993 Malaysia Our business . 03 20513406 03 2051 7600 Own and operate gas-fired district cooling plants. Terengganu. Km 105.Type: Shareholding: Address: Phone: Fax: Email: URL: Principal Activity: Acronym: Business Activity: MD \ CEO: Date of Incorporation: Operational Country: Partly Owned 72.
we continue to strengthen our position by securing new acreages while undertaking various development projects. Through our exploration and production (E&P) subsidiary. but we soon saw the need to take on a bigger and more proactive role in augmenting the nation’s oil and gas reserves. One of the key drivers of our business growth is deepwater E&P. PETRONAS Carigali works alongside a number of petroleum multinational corporations through production sharing contracts (PSCs) to explore. Oil PETRONAS adds value to the crude oil produced by our exploration and production operations through our integrated oil business that encompasses refining. We continue to harness and develop new technologies to maximise opportunities and further strengthen our capabilities in our efforts to become a leading global E&P player. PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd. with many positive prospects emerging in Malaysian acreages. trading and retail operations. The Petroleum Management Unit (PMU) of PETRONAS acts as resource owner and manager of Malaysia’s domestic oil and gas assets. Comprising a range of significant grades from various regions.000 barrels per day. We own and operate four refineries with a total refining capacity of more than 448. develop and produce oil and gas in Malaysia. Abroad. we focused our efforts on managing the production sharing contractors who were exploring Malaysian acreages.Exploration and production As custodian of Malaysia’s oil and gas resources. In the early years. we have developed capability as a hands-on operator with a track record of successful oil and gas developments. PETRONAS was entrusted with the responsibility to develop and add value to the nation’s hydrocarbon resources. The petroleum products from these refineries . It manages the optimal exploitation of hydrocarbon resources and enhances the prospectivity of domestic acreages to attract investment and protect the national interest. the crudes are traded and marketed internationally as well as processed into petroleum products at our refineries for both domestic and export markets. marketing.
PETRONAS is also promoting the plastics manufacturing sector by developing the Kertih Plastics Park to take advantage of readily available feedstock from the adjacent IPC. South Africa. transmission. Malaysia. which adds synergistic value in the integrated gas value chain. The IPCs are aimed to enhance competitiveness through the establishment of synergistic linkages and integration both within plants as well as between common infrastructure and support facilities. Sudan and Thailand. markets and trades our petrochemical products to both Malaysian and international customers. PETRONAS Chemicals Marketing Sdn Bhd (PCM). including in Indonesia. Since 1992. Petrochemicals PETRONAS’ venture into the petrochemical industry adds further value to the nation’s gas resources. ports and a railway link for a more efficient delivery system. Gas and power PETRONAS’ Gas & Power Business is engaged in the processing. PETRONAS is positioning Malaysia to be a competitive petrochemical hub with the establishment of two integrated petrochemical capabilities. complexes (IPCs) with superior logistics and infrastructure . liquefaction.are marketed through our network of service stations in several countries. PETRONAS’ subsidiary. With adequate feedstock via the Peninsular Gas Utilisation (PGU) pipeline. The Kertih IPC and the Gebeng IPC provide ready sites for petrochemical plants with the provision of industrial gases and utilities via the Centralised Utility Facilities. the IPCs have grown to become home to more than 20 petrochemical plants. It also participates in power generation and utilities business. We partner foreign multinational companies to acquire the best petrochemical expertise and technological know-how. marketing and trading of LNG and gas. making the entire manufacturing process more cost effective and efficient.
Construction. Our gas business activities cover the entire value chain right from the exploration and production of natural gas to gas processing and liquefaction. marketing and trading. • PETRONAS’ LNG business has expanded from our traditional Far East markets to the Atlantic Basin. • • • • Our acquisition of Star Energy plc. • Completed the dual FEED competition for Train 9.Over the years.000 km of natural gas pipelines worldwide. both aimed to provide solutions to monetize marginal and stranded gas fields. PETRONAS has interests in more than 10. enables us to expand and strengthen our position in the gas storage sector in the UK and Europe. Awarded as Engineering. liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipping and regasification. we have developed distinctive capabilities in our fully integrated gas business and built a strong reputation as a trusted partner and reliable supplier of gas in Malaysia and abroad. Australia. PETRONAS promotes the use of gas fuel for a cleaner environment and operates the only Natural Gas for Vehicles (NGV) service stations in Malaysia. Procurement. PETRONAS Gas & Power Business Quick Facts • PETRONAS LNG Complex in Bintulu. Installation and Commissioning (EPIC) contract and dual Font End Engineering Design (dual FEED) competition contract for PETRONAS' first and second floating LNG projects (PFLNG 1 & 2) respectively. expanding the LNG . including in Argentina. which is expected to produce a total of 3. Sarawak is one of the world’s largest LNG production facilities at a single location with a combined capacity of about 23 million tonnes per annum.6 million tonnes per annum (mtpa). gas transmission pipeline operations. with interest in the integrated Egyptian LNG project and the Dragon LNG regasification terminal in the UK. gas district cooling and supply of industrial utilities. • We are one of the largest equity owners of LNG production capacity in the world and have delivered over 6. Thailand and Indonesia.000 cargoes on time and without fail since 1983.
calling at most major ports around the world. MHB is well on its way to become a centre of choice for marine repair undertaking the repair and maintenance of LNG carriers. contributing in particular to the development of PETRONAS' deepwater operations. Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC). MISC has also built a strong foundation in the marine and heavy engineering industry. MISC adds value to our petroleum and LNG business by providing the Group with reliable transport and logistics support as well as the flexibility to trade our products in the international markets. owning and operating of offshore floating facilities as well as marine repair.production capacity of the existing PETRONAS LNG Complex (PLC) in Bintulu. Its modern and well-diversified fleet of more than 100 vessels with a combined tonnage of more than 8 million deadweight tonnes (DWT) traverses the globe. marine conversion and engineering and construction works. offshore floating solutions. Through its subsidiary. other shipping related activities. . MISC is Malaysia's leading international maritime corporation and is currently the third largest shipping conglomerate in the world by market capitalisation. Its marine conversion and engineering & construction business also offers a range of construction and engineering services of oil and gas production facilities. heavy engineering and logistics services provider. Logistics and maritime PETRONAS' Logistics and Maritime Business is mainly undertaken by our shipping subsidiary. Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCC) and other marine vessels and marine facilities. Sarawak. MISC has grown from being purely a shipping line in 1968 to become a fully integrated maritime. Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MHB). ship operating. MISC Berhad. This was brought about when MISC became a subsidiary of PETRONAS in 1998. a move that produced synergistic benefits especially in the field of oil & gas transportation. The principal businesses of MISC consist of ship owning. Today. As a subsidiary of PETRONAS.
transporting chemicals and vegetable oils on the global platform and a strong foothold in tank terminal operations via its partnership with the Vitol Group. supports the oil & gas industry through three core areas: engineering & construction. • • With over 40 years of experience in the container shipping business. providing a wide range of business solutions and is a one-stop centre for LNG transportation. • AET is also the world’s largest owner-operator of aframax tankers and currently occupies the leading share of the US Gulf ship-to-ship transfer business through its comprehensive lightering operations.MISC also offers total logistics services which include Freight Management. aframax and product tankers from strategic locations of London. MISC is a world-renowned LNG owner-operator of 29 LNG carriers. MISC’s wholly-owned maritime academy. Transportation and Warehousing services through its wholly owned subsidiary. MISC Integrated Logistics Sdn Bhd (MILS). Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MHB). Malaysian Maritime Academy (ALAM) is a premier training institution with over 30 years experience in producing highly-trained seagoing professionals for the maritime industry. marine repair and marine conversion. . • MISC’s listed engineering arm. • MISC’s petroleum arm AET Inc Limited provides high-quality transport solutions and operates a young technically advanced and professionally managed fleet of VLCC’s. regionally and globally. • MISC has proven experience in Chemical shipping. MISC is now one of the leading carriers in the Liner intra-Asia trade. Logistics And Maritime Quick Facts • • MISC is Malaysia’s leading international maritime corporation and is currently the third largest shipping conglomerate in the world by market capitalisation. with over two decades of experience for safety. Its container shipping business is one of the leading carriers in the Liner intra-Asia trade offering customers customised solutions to meet their requirements locally. MILS' specialised Project Logistics and Supply Chain Management unit serve the upstream and downstream logistics requirements of PETRONAS and the global energy industry. Singapore and Houston. reliability and on-time deliveries.
facilities and materials. particularly in deepwater areas. PETRONAS pursues the strategic deployment and application of technology to further enhance operational excellence and maximise the potential of our existing assets and emerging opportunities. . For the longer term. as quality standards and demand for new applications increase. Upstream. In the downstream sector. and to enhance the productivity and recovery of our fields. gas and petrochemical operations through the application of technology. Safety and Environment (HSE) performance. polymer and special products to meet the needs of a fast-evolving world. we have formulated our Technology Agenda to focus on technologies for future positioning of our businesses in both the upstream and downstream sectors. we continue to achieve higher levels of operational excellence. By studying and applying the appropriate technological solutions to our processes. we are also developing a renewable energy laboratory to enable us to move to the next phase in becoming a technology-driven company. Towards this end. we aim to develop niche technologies to enhance the performance of our core businesses. we are expanding our range of petroleum. In the short term. we seek to maximise throughput and yield in our oil. At the same time. our efforts are focused on developing technologies to increase hydrocarbon resources. our technology focus is on improving operational excellence through better plant and Health. Through strategic alliances with worldclass institutions.Technology and Engineering Recognising that technology is a key driver of growth.
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