Serai Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Shell
  • Country: Malaysia
  • Location: Block SK8, Offshore Sarawak
  • Production start: 2004
  • Partners: Shell - 37.5%, Nippon - 37.5%, Petronas - 25%
  • Type: Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The field supplies gas to the Malaysia LNG Terminal
  • The approximate daily production rate of the Jintan Gas Field will peak at 490mmcfd for the gas and 14,000bbl/day for the condensate.
  • The approximate daily production rate of the Serai Gas Field will peak at 280mmcfd for the gas and 8,000bbl/day for the condensate.
  • The JNDR-A is a drilling cum riser platform
  • The gas and produced is transported through the sub-sea pipeline to Bintulu, Sarawak to be separated and liquefied at the Malaysia LNG Terminal
  • Condensate is exported through a pipeline shared with the Helang Gas Field


  • Brooke Dockyard: Topsides fabrication
  • Nippon Steel: Subsea Pipelines


  • 1989 - JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration acquires the block
  • 2000 - Teikoku Oil becomes a partner
  • 2004 - Commercial production began



  1. Inpex,Malaysia
  2. Serimax Pipeline References
  3. Gas Development with Nippon Mitsubishi group in Malaysia
  4. Jintan (JNDR-A) Topsides Project
  5. The First Production from Jintan Gas Field in Malaysia
  6. The First Production from Serai Gas Field in Malaysia

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