Malaysia Oil & Gas Industry Report - H1, 2013

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Malaysia Oil & Gas Industry Report - H1, 2013

The oil and gas industry has played a significant role in the social and economic development of Malaysia. In 2012, exports of petroleum products and LNG reached 17.67mn tonnes and 23.77mn tonnes, respectively. Meanwhile, the country imported 10.85mn tonnes of crude petroleum and 17.51mn tonnes of petroleum products during the same year.

The Malaysian oil and gas industry accounted for approximately 10.4% of the country’s total GDP in 2012. Domestic crude oil and natural gas reserves stood at 5.94bn boe and 15.36bn boe, respectively. The country operates a total of 124 producing oil and gas fields and the domestic resource replenishment ratio increased from 1.5 times in 2011 to 1.6 times in 2012.

Deepwater fields are expected to contribute as much as 30% of oil production by 2020. Malaysia could potentially add 166,000bpd of oil production by 2020 through enhanced oil recovery. A consortium comprising Dialog Group Berhad, Royal Vopak and the state government of Johor has been formed to develop the country’s second LNG regasification facility. LNG regasification facilities in the country will play a key role in reshaping its energy mix in the future.

Key Points:

• Malaysia’s petroleum products exports increased at an annual compounded rate of 4.02% from 2002 to 2011.

• Malaysia imported 10.85mn tonnes of crude petroleum in 2012, an increase of 12.04% over the previous year.

• Petronas spent approximately RM 45 billion in capital expenditure in 2012, up 9.8% over RM 41 billion in 2011.


Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Global Oil and Gas Industry Overview
1.2 Malaysia’s Oil and Gas Industry Overview
1.3 Exports
1.4 Imports
1.5 Petroleum Development Act 1974
1.6 Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS)
1.7 Oil Taxes and Subsidies

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Petroleum Production
2.2 Petroleum Consumption
2.3 Natural Gas Production
2.4 Natural Gas Consumption
2.5 Deepwater Developments
2.6 Marginal Fields
2.7 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
2.8 LNG Regasification

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 Leading Players
3.1.1 Petroliam Nasional Berhad
3.1.2 PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad
3.1.3 PETRONAS Gas Berhad
3.1.4 SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad
3.1.5 Bumi Armada Berhad
3.2 Comparative Matrix
3.3 SWOT Analysis

4. Tables and charts

Table 1: LNG Exports by Country 2011
Table 2: Petronas Nasional Berhad Financial Highlights
Table 3: PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad Financial Highlights
Table 4: PETRONAS Gas Berhad Financial Highlights
Table 5: SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad Financial Highlights
Table 6: Bumi Armada Berhad Financial Highlights
Table 7: Financial Highlights of the Leading Players

Chart 1: Global GDP Growth and Oil Demand
Chart 2: Exports of Petroleum Products
Chart 3: Exports of Liquefied Natural Gas
Chart 4: Imports of Crude Petroleum
Chart 5: Imports of Petroleum Products
Chart 6: Contributions of Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas to Malaysia Real GDP
Chart 7: Crude Oil Production in Malaysia
Chart 8: Resource Replenishment Ratio of Hydrocarbon Resources in Malaysia
Chart 9: PETRONAS Upstream Capital Expenditure
Chart 10: Malaysia Petroleum Consumption
Chart 11: Number of Motor Vehicles in Malaysia
Chart 12: Malaysia Natural Gas Production
Chart 13: Malaysia Natural Gas Consumption
Chart 14: Petronas Nasional Berhad Revenue Contribution 2012
Chart 15: PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad Revenue Contribution 2012
Chart 16: PETRONAS Gas Berhad Revenue Contribution 2012
Chart 17: SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad Revenue Contribution 2012
Chart 18: Bumi Armada Berhad Revenue Contribution 2012

Number of pages: 29
Release Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013