6_SOGIP

6 Sipitang Oil & Gas Industrial Park (SOGIP)

Phase 1 - SAMUR (1.25 mt/year urea production) – 620 acres
To provide the necessary infrastructure (basic road, drainage, water supply &
compound lighting) required for the development of SAMUR
Phase 2 – Mitsui ( 1.0 mt/year ammonia production) – 690 acres
To provide the necessary Infrastructure (basic road, drainage, water supply &
compound lighting) required for the development of ammonia plant
Phase 3 - Development of basic infrastructure for 3,000 Acres of Industrial Land

Phase 1 Development Plan

Phase 2 Development Plan


Key outcomes of the EPP / KPIs
• To accelerate Industrial development in Sabah
• To create job opportunity and contribute to GDP growth
• Designated area for oil and gas Industry
• Cooperation and synergy with Brunei’s PMB
development
• Synergy with Asean Supply Base (ASB) in
Labuan
• Contribute to the local job market

Key Challenges
• Identify new potential private sector to utilise
gas, ammonia and urea.
• Need of investment package to attract investors
• ROW for utilities
• Better road condition and port facilities to export end products. Accommodation and commercial facilities

What needs to be done?
• To provide basic infrastructure in the area
(access road & water).
• Vendor development programme to be
designed for the project. To have programme
for participants in order to acquire skills &
knowledge beyond those required.
• Light and medium fabrication
• Integrated logistics centre
• Fully equipped logistics facility for storage,
transportation, freight forwarding, procurement,
customs, immigration clearance, agency related
services
• Supply base function: purpose-built base with
office space, workshops, warehouse complex
and open yard
• Storage of OCTG, tubular and heavy equipment

Mitigation Plan
• To construct basic infrastructures such as road & drainage.
• To provide water supply

Key outcomes of the EPP / KPIs
• To accelerate industrial development in Sabah
• To create job opportunity and contribute to GDP growth
• To make ammonia available at average of
957,000 mt/year as raw feedstock to be used
by various industries to produce products such
as acrylonitrile, capro-lactum, lsocyanae and
ammonium nitrate.
• Contribute to the local job market.
• Technology transfer through joint venture with Orica Limited (Australia)

Key Challenges
• Lack of basic infrastructure and public amenities such as road, drainage, water & electricity.
• Identify new potential private sector to utilise
ammonia.
• Need of investment package to attract investors
• ROW for utilities
• Better road condition and port facilities to export end products. Accommodation and commercial facilities.
• Guaranteed gas supply

What needs to be done?
• To provide basic infrastructure in the area
(Access road, water & electricity).
• Vendor development programme to be
designed for the project. To have programme
for participants in order to acquire skills &
knowledge beyond those required.

Mitigation Plan
• To construct basic infrastructures such as site formation, road, drainage & water reticulation.
• To provide water supply - 20mld
• To provide electricity supply- 18 MW
• Provide 90mmscfd of gas

 

 Edited on Saturday November 30, 2013 03:38:37 PM  by Michael

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