Sarawak imposes local laws on Malaysian oil and gas players

Oil and gas players in the Malaysian state of Sarawak will be required to abide by local state laws from 1 July as well as national regulations
By Staff reporter 17 May 2018 0 30903

Oil and gas players in the Malaysian state of Sarawak will be required to abide by local state laws from 1 July as well as national regulations, Sarawak’s chief minister, Abang Johari Openg, has said, according to Free Malaysia Today.

Sarawak is one of Malaysia’s major oil- and gas-producing regions and is seeking to take greater control of the sector from the national government.

The minister has said he hopes the laws will provide a stable regime for the oil...

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