GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT
RM12.86 billion 23,122 RM19.16 billion

7 EPPs have been identified for the Oil, Gas & Energy (OGE) Sector in Sabah


6 - Sipitang Oil & Gas Industrial Park (SOGIP)

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT
RM3.39 billion 6,320 RM9.94 billion

5 - Lahad Datu Power Plant (300MW)

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT
RM82 million 3,127 RM1.0 billion

4 - Kimanis Power Plant (300MW)

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT

RM82 million

2,515 RM1.0 billion

7 - Pipeline to KKIP

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT

RM2.0 billion

3,085 RM340 million

3 - Gas Separation Plant

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT
RM51 million 1,297 RM275 million

2- Sabah O&G Terminal & Sabah - Sarawak Pipeline

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT

RM6.3 billion

3,200

RM5.4 billion


1 - Lahad Datu Regas Terminal

GNI

JOBS INVESTMENT

RM923 million

3,578

RM1.2 billion


PETROCHEMICAL INTERMEDIATES
& DERIVATIVES

MAJOR END
USE MARKETS

 

Formaldehyde

Phenol
Formaldehyde
Resins
Plastic Adhesives

Acetic Acid

Acetic
Anhydride
Cellulose
Acetate
Fibres
Vinyl
Acetate
Polyvinyl
Acetate
Paper & Textile Sizing
Ethanol   Solvent & Cosmetics
Pharmaceuticals
Ethylene
Oxide
Ethylene
Glycol
Coolant & Fibros
Ethylene
Dichloride
Vinyl
Chloride
Vinyl
Chloride
Polythylene
Resins
  Plastic Products
Ethylbenzene Styrene Polystyrene
Cumene Phenol & Acetone  
Polypropylene   Plastic Products & Fibres
Isopropenol   Paint Solvent
Propylene
Oxide
Polyether
Polyols
Urethane Foam Products
Butadiene Synthetic
Rubber & Latox
Tires & Rubber Products
Cyclohexano Adipic Acid Nylon 66 Fibres

Natural Gas Value Chain from Original Form to End Products

Natural
Gas
Industry

 

Oil
Refining

 
 

Ethane
Propane
Butane
Naphtha
Gasoil

 

Pyrolysis
Gasoline

 

Reformate

 

Naphtha/LPG

 

Natural Gas

 

Ethylene
Cracker

 

Aromatics
Extraction

 

Synthesis
Gas
Manufacture

BASE
CHEMICALS

 

OLEFINS:
Ethylene
Propylene
Butadiene

 

AROMATICS:
Benzene
Toluene
Xylene

 

Ammonia
Methanol

 

Oil and Gas Fields in Sabah

Oil and Gas Fields in Sabah

New deepwater discoveries in Sabah has increased the reserves of crude oil and natural gas. Sabah has yet to fulfill its potential in the Oil, Gas & Energy (OGE) value chain on Refining, Storage, Petchem and Marketing.

 

There are 4 factors that affect the slow growth of Oil, Gas & Energy (OGE) in Sabah

FACTOR 1 Insufficient gas allocation and distribution / reticulation facilities

FACTOR 2 Huge untapped potential downstream and petro-chemical industries

FACTOR 3 Poor condition of physical and supporting infrastructures

FACTOR 4 Shortage of hard & soft skilled local manpower and capable contractors
 


FACTOR 1 Insufficient gas allocation and distribution / reticulation facilities

Unavailability of gas in Sabah has resulted in a huge loss of potential investment

Lost of Rm9.34 Billions Potential Investment at KKIP Due to Unavailability of Natural Gas as in 2012:

Solar Glass
Manufacturer
(Rm 5 Billions)
Solar Panel Manufacturer
(Rm 3.1 Billions)
BioFoods Producer
(Rm1.24 Billions)
Total Investment
Lost
(Rm9.34 Billions)


 

 Edited on Saturday November 30, 2013 02:54:56 PM  by Michael

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