Petronas Delays Sabah Terminal Crude Exports

News: State-owned energy firm Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) has postponed the start of crude exports from its Sabah oil and gas terminal in Kimanis bay, Malaysia, by about three months, reports Rigzone, citing unnamed industry sources. The delay follows a technical issue at a semi-submersible platform that links the oilfields to the terminal. Crude exports were scheduled to start in Q114; however, this may now be delayed until June or H214.

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Geography: Malaysia

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