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Unit Tindakan Khas (UTK) telah mengakhiri era kewujudan mereka apabila termaktub semua perjanjian PSC yang selebihnya. Pada masa mereka merangka dan merundingkan PSC, yang turut tertubuh ialah Jabatan Pemasaran Antarabangsa atau “International Marketing Department (IMD)” bagi mengagih minyak mentah ke pasaran antarabangsa dan Jabatan Pemasaran Dalam Negeri atau “Domestic Marketing Department (DMD)” untuk penjualan bahan petroleum di dalam negeri, khususnya melalui stesen-stesen servis.
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Sabah politician urges Dr M to also review “unfair” oil royalty aside from water issue with SingaporeApril 6, 2019
Dateline 2019-03-07, The Independent:
With Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Tun Mahathir Mohamad pressing for an increase in what he considers to be an unfair water price that Singapore pays for water from Malaysia, another Malaysian official is speaking out about a similar situation—this time with regards to the oil royalty agreement with the government of Sabah.
According to Jamawi, the 1976 Petroleum Agreement between Petronas and the government of Sabah is not aligned anymore with the state’s present needs.
The Assemblyman further said that Dr Mahathir has given voice to the dissatisfaction of Malaysia’s government with the current water agreement with Singapore.
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Dateline 2019-03-05, The Star:
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Brunei’s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah have expressed satisfaction at the continued collaboration between Petronas and PetroleumBrunei during the Malaysia-Brunei Annual Leaders’ Consultation framework in Putrajaya.
The leaders said they would continue working together to commercialise the Commercial Arrangement Area (CAA) discoveries as soon as possible through the CAA and Production Sharing Agreements (PSA), it said in a joint statement on Tuesday (March 5).
Dateline 2019-02-27, The Sun:
CLIQ Energy Bhd will be delisted from Bursa Malaysia on next Monday, March 4, the company said today.
“The entire issued share capital of CLIQ will be removed from the official list of Bursa Securities with effect from 9am, March 4, 2019 pursuant to Paragraph 16.11(1)(d) of the Main Market Listing Requirements of Bursa Securities,” it told Bursa Malaysia in a filing.
CLIQ, which is the second oil and gas special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) to list on Bursa Malaysia, announced in February 2016 that it would be liquidated after failing to secure its qualifying acquisition within three years.
Trading in its shares was suspended on Oct 5, 2016.
Dateline 2019-02-25, S&P Global:
Malaysia’s Bintulu LNG plant is expected to experience limited production disruptions or cargo loading delays after a fire broke out at the plant on Friday morning, industry sources told S&P Global Platts.
Authorities at the Petronas facility have gotten the situation under control and there is little likelihood of a significant production impact as a result, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Dateline 2019-02-25, The Edge:
Two months after hitting fresh record lows, share prices in upstream oil and gas (O&G) companies have recouped some losses after crude oil prices staged yet another climb this year.
However, the backdrop is eerily similar to 2018 — Opec extended production cut, which lifted oil prices and consequently the O&G counters regained some shines, share prices rebounded from multi-year lows.
Dateline 2019-02-25, Daily Express:
Senator Datuk Theodore Douglas Lind (pic) has urged that Sabah be given all its oil and gas revenue, instead of just 20pc, as announced by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir recently.
Speaking during a recent debate on the 11th Malaysia Plan Half-Term Study, Lind hailed Dr Mahathir’s announcement but said it should be 100pc because Acts of Parliament that gave powers to the Federal Government such as the Continental Shelf Act 1966 and Petroleum Mining Act 1966 (revised 1972), which existed during the emergency times, had been automatically nullified when the Agong’s emergency declaration on May 15, 1969 was voided by the Dewan Rakyat on Nov 14, 2011 and Dewan Negara on Dec 20, 2011.