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OGAnalysis, one of the leading research and consulting service providers for the oil and gas industry, recently published the “Malaysia Oil and Gas Strategic Analysis and Outlook to 2025”. The premier report provides analysis of key opportunities and associated challenges facing Malaysia oil and gas industry.

Amidst downfall in oil prices creating uncertainty on the future of Malaysia industry growth, the report details key strategies of government, oil and gas companies and investors in the country. Detailed outlook of the industry in terms of production forecasts of oil, gas, LNG, LPG, gasoline, diesel, fuel oil along with supporting parameters of primary energy demand, GDP and population are included.

Current status of planned projects along with the possible commencement of the projects, feasibility of developing those projects in current market conditions, expected start up, impact of competing assets in other countries and overall industry developments, investments required and other related information on planned projects is provided in detail.

The comprehensive guide provides analysis and forecasts of Malaysia oil and gas market for the period 2000 to 2025. Asset by asset details of all existing and planned projects across Malaysia oil and gas value chain are detailed in the report.

Driven by strong methodology and proprietary databases, reliable projections of oil, gas, petroleum products, coal, and LNG- supply and demand are made to 2025. The research work examines the existing infrastructure (oil and gas assets), market conditions, investment climate and competitive landscape of upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.

SWOT Analysis and benchmarking tools are used to analyze and compare the real prospects and challenges of investing or expanding in the industry. Further, the report details all the investment opportunities sector wise, highlighting the industry growth potential and project feasibility. Detailed information on new fields, blocks, pipelines, refineries, storage assets and LNG terminals along with the investments required, current status of the projects and commencement feasibility are provided.

The report also analyzes three key companies in Malaysia oil and gas industry. Business operations, SWOT Analysis and financial performance of the companies are provided. All latest developments in the industry along with their possible impact on the industry are included in the report.

Some of the Key issues addressed in the report include-

- How will be oil and gas supply scenario in Malaysia by 2025?
- Which of the petroleum products will witness the maximum demand growth by 2025?
- What are the new risks and opportunities for investors/ oil and gas companies?
- What are the potential investment opportunities in Malaysia and how much investment is needed?
- How did the production from major fields vary over the last decade?
- What is the current status of all planned projects in Malaysia?
- Who is the market leader and what is the market concentration ratio of pipelines, upstream, oil storage, refining, LNG and UGS sectors?
- What will be the coking/FCC/HCC/VDU capacities in the Malaysia by 2020?
- How much of the LNG capacity is contracted and how much will be available for contracts by 2020?
- What will be the crude oil/petroleum products/chemicals storage capacity by 2020?
- How much natural gas can be withdrawn from underground gas storage tanks in a day?
- How extensive is the pipeline transportation network in the country?

Table Of Contents

Malaysia Oil and Gas Strategic Analysis and Outlook to 2025- Forecasts of Supply, Demand, Investment, Companies and Infrastructure (Fields, Blocks, Pipelines, LNG, Refinery, Storage Assets)
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 8
2 Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Overview 9
2.1 Malaysia Oil and Gas Market Snapshot, 2013 9
2.2 Malaysia Demographic Overview 9
2.3 Malaysia Proven Oil and Gas Reserves, 2000- 2013 11
2.4 Malaysia Oil and Gas Supply and Demand Scenario 12
2.5 Malaysia Oil and Gas Value Chain Analysis 13
2.6 Malaysia Primary Energy Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025 14
2.7 Malaysia Primary Energy Consumption Mix by Fuel, 2013 15
2.8 Malaysia Oil and Gas Operational Infrastructure 16
2.8.1 Malaysia Upstream Oil and Gas Assets 16
2.8.2 Malaysia Midstream Oil and Gas Assets 16
2.8.3 Malaysia Downstream Oil and Gas Assets 17
2.9 Malaysia Energy Ministry, Licensing and Regulatory Authorities 18
3 Key Trends in Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets 19
3.1 Growing Gas demand in the Western Region Triggered Investments in LNG Import Terminals in Malaysia 19
3.2 Malaysia to Develop New Refineries and Storage Facilities to Compete With Singapore for Trade Hub 19
3.3 Malaysia Sells All its LNG Supplies to High Priced Asian Markets 20
3.4 Malaysia GDP to Exceed $835 Billion 2025 21
3.5 Malaysia Population to Grow by AAGR of 1.5 % 22
4 New Business Opportunities in Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry 23
4.1 Malaysia Upstream Opportunities 23
4.1.1 Blocks on offer 23
4.1.2 Awarded Block Details 24
4.2 Malaysia Midstream Opportunities 26
4.2.1 Planned LNG Terminals 26
4.2.2 Planned Pipelines 26
4.3 Malaysia Downstream Opportunities 27
4.3.1 Planned Refineries 27
4.3.2 Planned Storage Terminals 27
5 Malaysia Oil and Gas SWOT Analysis 28
5.1 Key Strengths of Investing in Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets 28
5.2 Key Weaknesses Faced by Companies in Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets 29
5.3 Key Opportunities for New Entrants, Companies and Investors in Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets 29
5.4 Key Threats and Challenges Faced by Malaysia Oil and Gas Players 30
6 Malaysia Oil and Gas Chain Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025 31
6.1 Malaysia Crude Oil Demand Outlook to 2025 31
6.2 Malaysia Natural Gas Demand Outlook to 2025 33
6.3 Malaysia Crude Oil Supply Outlook to 2025 35
6.4 Malaysia Natural Gas Supply Outlook to 2025 37
7 Comparison of Malaysia with Asian oil and gas markets 39
7.1 Overall Ranking of Markets, 2013 39
7.2 Demographic and Economic Index 39
7.3 Oil and Gas Supply Index 40
7.4 Oil and Gas Demand Index 40
7.5 Oil and Gas Infrastructure Index 41
8 Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Competitive Landscape 42
8.1 Oil Production Sector- Market Structure, 2012 42
8.2 Gas Production Sector- Market Structure, 2012 43
8.3 Refining Sector- Market Shares by Company, 2013 44
8.4 LNG Sector- Liquefaction Market Shares by Company, 2013 45
8.5 LNG Sector- Regasification Market Shares by Company, 2013 46
8.6 Oil Storage Sector- Market Shares by Company, 2013 47
8.7 Oil Pipeline Sector- Market Shares by Company, 2013 48
9 Malaysia Exploration and Production Market Analysis 49
9.1 Malaysia Crude Oil Production by Field, 2005- 2012 49
9.2 Malaysia Natural Gas Production by Field, 2005-2012 49
9.3 Malaysia Crude Oil Production by Company, 2005- 2012 50
9.4 Malaysia Natural Gas Production by Company, 2005- 2012 50
10 Malaysia Oil Refinery Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020 51
10.1 Malaysia Oil Refining Industry 51
10.1.1 Refining Capacity Outlook to 2020 51
10.1.2 Refinery Complexity 51
10.2 Malaysia Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005-2020 52
10.3 Malaysia Coking Unit Capacity Forecast, 2005-2020 53
10.4 Malaysia FCC Capacity Forecast, 2005-2020 53
10.5 Malaysia Hydro Catalytic Cracking (HCC) Unit Capacity Forecast, 2005-2020 54
10.6 Malaysia Hydro- Treating Capacity Forecast, 2005-2020 54
10.7 Location, Start Up, Capacity, Operator, Ownership, Details of Operational Refineries in Malaysia 55
10.8 Company wise Refining Capacity, 2005-2020 56
11 Malaysia Liquefied Natural Gas Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020 57
11.1 Malaysia, LNG Capacity Outlook to 2020 58
11.1.1 Malaysia, Liquefaction Capacity Outlook to 2020 58
11.1.2 Malaysia, Regasification Capacity Outlook to 2020 59
11.2 LNG Terminals under Operation, 2013 60
11.3 Malaysia, LNG Capacity by Terminal, 2005-2020 60
11.3.1 LNG Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal, 2005-2020 60
11.3.2 LNG Regasification Capacity by Terminal, 2005-2020 61
11.4 LNG Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2005-2020 61
11.5 LNG Industry Competitive Landscape 62
11.5.1 Malaysia Liquefaction Capacity by Company, 2005-2020 62
11.5.2 Malaysia LNG Regasification Capacity by Company, 2005-2020 62
12 Malaysia Storage Market Analysis and Outlook 63
12.1 Malaysia Total Storage Capacity Forecast, 2005-2020 63
12.2 Location, Operator, Ownership, Start Up Details of Operational Oil and Gas Storage Terminals in Malaysia 64
12.3 Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, 2005-2020 66
12.4 Company wise Storage Capacity, 2013 68
13 Malaysia Transmission Pipeline Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020 69
13.1 Major Oil Pipelines in Malaysia 69
13.2 Major Product Pipelines in Malaysia 69
13.3 Major Gas Pipelines in Malaysia 70
13.4 Malaysia Pipeline Competitive Landscape 71
14 Key Players In Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets 72
14.1 Petroliam Nasional Berhard 72
14.1.1 Overview 72
14.1.2 Subsidiaries 73
14.1.3 Business Description 74
14.1.4 SWOT Analysis 76
14.1.5 Contact Information 78
14.1.6 Key Financial Information 79
14.2 Royal Dutch Shell Plc 80
14.2.1 Key Information 80
14.2.2 Oil and Gas Operations 81
14.2.3 SWOT Analysis 86
14.2.4 Contact Information 89
14.2.5 Key Financial Information 90
14.3 ExxonMobil Corporation 91
14.3.1 Overview 91
14.3.2 Global Operations 92
14.3.3 Subsidiary, Joint Ventures and Associated Company Operations 94
14.3.4 Business Operation Structure 95
14.3.5 SWOT Analysis 98
14.3.6 Contact Information 101
14.3.7 Financial Information 102
15 Malaysia Latest Oil and Gas News Analysis 104
15.1 QIC, Inc. Extends its International Expansion into Malaysia- December 2014 104
15.2 Petronas acquires Phillips 66's stake in Malaysian Refining Company- November 2014 105
15.3 Lundin spuds Kitabu exploration well offshore Malaysia- October 2014 105
15.4 Malaysia's upstream oil and gas sector Capex close to RM198 billion over 5 years- March 2014 106
16 Appendix 109
16.1 Abbreviations 109
16.2 Sources and Methodology 109
16.3 Contact Information 110
16.4 Disclaimer 110

List Of TablesTable 1: Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 9
Table 2: Malaysia Crude Oil and Gas Reserves, 2000-2013 11
Table 3: Malaysia, Exploration Available Block Details, 2014 23
Table 4: Malaysia, Recently Awarded Exploration Block Details (I) 24
Table 5: Malaysia, Recently Awarded Exploration Block Details (II) 25
Table 6: Malaysia LNG Planned Terminal Details, 2020 26
Table 7: Malaysia-Planned Refinery details- Location, Start up, Capacity, Operator, Ownership Details 27
Table 8: Malaysia, Planned Oil Storage Tank Farm Details, 2020 27
Table 9: Malaysia Crude Oil Demand Forecast, 2000-2025 31
Table 10: Malaysia Natural Gas Demand Forecast, 2000-2025 33
Table 11: Malaysia Crude Oil Supply Forecast, 2000-2025 35
Table 12: Malaysia Natural Gas Supply Forecast, 2000-2025 37
Table 13: Malaysia Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Overall Ranking 39
Table 14: Malaysia Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Demographic and Economic Index 39
Table 15: Malaysia Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Supply Index 40
Table 16: Malaysia Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Demand Index 40
Table 17: Malaysia Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Infrastructure Index 41
Table 18: Malaysia, Crude oil Production by Major Field, kb/d, 2005-2012 49
Table 19: Malaysia Natural Gas Production by Major Field, MMcfd, 2005-2013 49
Table 20: Malaysia, Crude Oil Production by Company, Kb/d, 2005-2012 50
Table 21: Malaysia, Natural Gas Production by Company, MMcfd, 2005-2012 50
Table 22: Malaysia Refining Capacity Forecast, kb/d, 2005-2020 51
Table 23: Malaysia Number of Refineries and Capacity by Complexity, 2013 51
Table 24: Malaysia Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, kb/d, 2005-2020 52
Table 25: Malaysia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, kb/d, 2005-2020 53
Table 26: Malaysia FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, kb/d, 2005-2020 53
Table 27: Malaysia HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, kb/d, 2005-2020 54
Table 28: Malaysia Hydro-Treating Capacity Forecast by Refinery, kb/d, 2005-2020 54
Table 29: Malaysia-Operational Refinery details- Location, Start up, Capacity, Operator, Ownership Details 55
Table 30: Malaysia- Company wise Refining Capacities (Kb/d), 2005-2020 56
Table 31: Malaysia, LNG Liquefaction Capacity Outlook to 2020 58
Table 32: Malaysia, LNG Regasification Capacity Outlook to 2020 59
Table 33: Malaysia LNG Terminal Details- Location, Operator, Ownership, Technology, Capacity and Infrastructure 60
Table 34: Malaysia Liquefaction Capacity By Terminal (mtpa), 2005-2020 60
Table 35: Malaysia Regasification Capacity By Terminal (mtpa), 2005-2020 61
Table 36: Malaysia LNG Storage Capacity By Terminal (Thousand m3), 2005-2020 61
Table 37: Malaysia Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company (mtpa), 2005-2020 62
Table 38: Malaysia LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company (mtpa), 2005-2020 62
Table 39: Malaysia Total Storage Capacity Forecast, Mmcm, 2005-2020 63
Table 40: Storage Terminals in Malaysia - Location, Start up, Operator, Products Details (I) 64
Table 41: Storage Terminals in Malaysia - Location, Start up, Operator, Products Details, 2013 (II) 65
Table 42: Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020- (I) 66
Table 43: Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020- (II) 67
Table 44: Malaysia- Company wise Storage Capacity, Thousand m3, 2013 68
Table 45: Malaysia, Major Oil Pipelines 69
Table 46: Malaysia, Major Product Pipelines 69
Table 47: Malaysia, Major Gas Pipelines 70
Table 48: Malaysia- Company wise Pipeline Length, Km, 2013 71
Table 49: Petronas- Top Level Information 72
Table 50: Petronas- Financial Snapshot, 2012-2013 79
Table 51: Royal Dutch Shell Plc - Top Level Information 81
Table 52: Royal Dutch Shell Plc- Financial Snapshot, 2006-2013 90
Table 53: Exxon Mobil Corporation- Top Level Information 92
Table 54: Exxon Mobil Corporation- Financial Snapshot, 2007-2013 102
Table 55: Exxon Mobil Corporation- Financial Ratios, 2007-2013 103

List of FiguresFigure 1: Map of Malaysia- Location and Boundaries 10
Figure 2: Malaysia Crude Oil and Gas Reserves, 2000-2013 11
Figure 3: Malaysia Primary Energy Demand Outlook, Mtoe, 2000- 2025 14
Figure 4: Malaysia Primary Energy Mix by Fuel, 2013 15
Figure 5: Malaysia LNG Exports by Destination, 2013 20
Figure 6: Malaysia GDP Forecast, 2000- 2025 21
Figure 7: Malaysia Population Forecast, 2000- 2025 22
Figure 8: Malaysia Crude Oil Demand Forecast, 2000-2025 32
Figure 9: Malaysia Natural Gas Demand Forecast, 2000-2025 34
Figure 10: Malaysia Crude Oil Production Forecast, 2000-2025 36
Figure 11: Malaysia Natural Gas Production Forecast, 2000-2020 38
Figure 12: Malaysia Oil Production Market Share by Company, 2012 42
Figure 13: Malaysia Gas Production Market Share, 2012 43
Figure 14: Malaysia Refining Market Share, 2013 44
Figure 15: Malaysia Liquefaction Market Shares, 2013 45
Figure 16: Malaysia LNG Regasification Market Share, 2013 46
Figure 17: Malaysia Storage Market Structure, %, 2013 47
Figure 18: Malaysia Pipeline Market Structure, %, 2013 48

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