- Ownership: Petronas
- Website: http://www.petronas.com/
- Location: Sungei Udang Port, Malacca, south of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Capacity: 3.5 million tons/annum
- Status: Mechanical completion, June 2012
- The Jetty Regas Unit (JRU) will be constructed within Sungai Udang Harbour, 3km away from shore.
- It will be designed for two permanently moored FSUs (130,000m3 capacity each) and the berthing of an LNG carrier (ranging from 130,000m3 to Q-flex 220,000m3 in capacity).
- Storage capacity: 2 Floating units with 130,000m3 capacity each
- Unloading capacity:
- Send out capacity:
- Hamworthy: LNG regasification system
- Ranhill WorleyParsons Sdn. Bhd. has been awarded the contract for the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC)
- Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering: Floating Storage Unit (“FSU”)
- Keppel: Conversion of Tenaga Empat into a FSU
Ongoing Projects/Project Status
- Commissioning is expected in 2012
Suppliers / Customers
- Statoil to supply 1 billion cubic meters gas to be delivered under the flexible supply agreement that runs for 3 ½ years
- Petronas is understood to be looking at importing gas from the Santos-Petronas Gladstone coalbed methane to LNG project in Queensland, Australia, which is targeting first cargoes in 2014.
- However, the earlier start-up date of the Malacca project implies the national oil company would have to source for alternative LNG imports to initially feed the country's first LNG regasification terminal.
- GDF SUEZ has entered into an agreement with Petronas LNG to supply Petronas LNG with 2.5 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from August 2012 over a 3.5 year period.
- Qatargas has signed a Heads of Agreement to deliver one and half million tonnes per annum (MTA) of LNG to Malaysia for a period of at least twenty years beginning in 2013
- Gas will be fed direct into the peninsula’s gas distribution network
- 2011 - Ranhill WorleyParsons Sdn. Bhd. awarded the contract for the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC)
- 2011 - Keppel awarded vessel conversion
- 2011 - Regas Terminal (Sg. Udang) Sdn Bhd company incorporated
- 2012 - The terminal reached mechanical completion
- Keppel FPSO References
- Keppel Shipyard secures conversion projects worth S$142 million
- MHB Awarded FPSO Cendor And FSU Lekas Contracts
- Petronas eyes second LNG facility
- GDF SUEZ concludes a 2.5 million tons of LNG sale to Petronas LNG Ltd
- Qatargas And Petronas Sign Heads Of Agreement For Long-Term LNG Supply To Malaysia
- Hamworthy regas technology selected in Malaysia
- Award of contract for the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning (EPCIC) Alliance
- New Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Of Petronas Gas Berhad
- Malaysia’s First LNG Re-Gasification Terminal Reaches Completion
- Statoil Escalating on the Asian market