Ah, some interesting tech news, dateline 2010-02-03:
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Trans-Oriental Gas Pipeline (TOGP) has been signed between Distinct Objective Sdn Bhd (DOSB), Asia Consortium Petroleum Engineering and Gas, Messrs Enmac Sekutu Sdn Bhd, China’s Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe Co and Dongah Tec of Korea.
Under the agreement, approximately 4,000 km of subsea natural gas pipeline, extending from Malaysia to South Korea, will be constructed.
DOSB will build a 2,500 km section of pipeline running from offshore Pahang, Malaysia to north Vietnam.
I take that back, some interesting political news. From offshore Pahang… wonder where our PM hails from, think it was coastline province of one state on the east coast.
1. Distinct Objective Sdn Bhd
2. Asia Consortium Petroleum Engineering and Gas
3. Messrs Enmac Sekutu Sdn Bhd
So these companies are gonna design the lines and perform the flow assurance studies? This must be a joke…
4000km…correct correct korekk korekkkkkkkk
hey, jabba is almost digging the saltmine all the way to china…
1.It does not make sense to have the pipeline originated from Peninsular Malaysia. Even now Petronas is finding it increasingly difficult to fill in PGU pipelines with enough fro domestic consumption. Our gas production is dwindling pretty fast .