Seligi And PM8 Oil And Gas Fields

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Summary Information

  • Operator: EnQuest
  • Country: Malaysia
  • Location: Terengganu
  • Production start:
  • Partners: Petronas
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The Seligi field is located approximately 240 kilometres offshore Peninsular Malaysia in a water depth of 73 metres.
  • The entire oil field encompasses approximately 80 square kilometres and has been developed with Seligi-A, the main Production platform and separate gas compression platform, along with seven minimum facilities satellite platforms tied back to Seligi-A.
  • The PM8 PSC comprises of six developed fields (Lawang, Langat, Serudon, North Raya, South Raya and Yong), which have been developed with four minimum facilities satellite platforms tied back to Seligi-A.
  • Oil and Gas is transported to the Tapis system


  • TL Offshore: Pipeline installation
  • Ranhill Worley: Pipeline replacement


  • 1988 - The PM8 PSC was signed by Exxon
  • 1997 - Seligi F installed
  • 2001 - Seligi H installed
  • 2003 - Oil Production From Raya-B Satellite Platform
  • 2009 - Petronas & Exxon sign EOR agreement
  • 2014 - Enquest acquired Exxon's stake



  1. Anggerik Laksana Platform References
  2. Serimax Pipeline References
  3. Exxon Affiliate Begins Oil Production From Raya A Oil Platform
  4. Exxon Affiliate Begins Oil Production From New Platform Offshore Malaysia
  5. Exxonmobil Commences Oil Production From Irong Barat-B And Raya-B Satellite Platforms
  6. ExxonMobil Meets Challenge of Maximizing Production from Existing Fields with First Oil from Malaysian Satellite Platform
  7. Petronas Signs New PSC With Exxonmobil And Petronas Carigali
  8. EnQuest expands footprint in Malaysia through acquisition of an operated interest in the producing Seligi oil field and PM8 Production Sharing Contract (“PSC”)

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