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Malaysian gas production in figures

Supplies from the country’s Lang Lebah discovery could help alleviate a short-term supply crunch that has plagued the Bintulu LNG export plant for the past year Supplies from the country’s Lang Lebah discovery could help alleviate a short-term supply crunch that has plagued the Bintulu LNG export plant for the past year.
By Staff reporter 12 February 2020 Asia Pacific / Exploration & Production 0 35018
Chart of Malaysian gas production, 2000-2018

Malaysia’s Lang Lebah discovery is expected to boost feedstock for the 29 mtpa Bintulu LNG export plant by 2024. The find – initially estimated to hold 57 billion cubic metres of gas – has inspired confidence in the ability of Thailand’s PTTEP to find more hydrocarbons in the Malaysian waters off Sarawak and Sabah.

In last week’s issue of Natural Gas Insight, our Asia Specialist Damon Evans analysed how new and oil gas projects in Sarawak have...