Malaysia’s first micro liquefied gas plant planned in KKIP


Interesting, this has not been on my radar.

Dateline 2016-07-18, Borneo Post:

State-owned Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn Bhd (SEC) is set to finalise a joint venture for the construction of the nation’s first micro liquefied gas plant in Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP).

The plant will be owned by a subsidiary company of SEC through a joint venture which will be finalised soon.

SEC chief executive officer Dato Harun Hj Ismail told press members who attended his Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house near here recently that they have already gotten the approval from their shareholders and the signing ceremony would be held once the joint venture terms are finalised accordingly.

He said he was very optimistic of the joint venture as it would mean being able to supply energy in the form of liquefied gas to a wider spectrum of consumer base in the west coast of Sabah.

 

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