23 Tcf of gas resources require CCS in Malaysia

Dateline 2022-04-14, Upstream Online:

National oil company Petronas has identified more than 46 trillion cubic feet of potential storage in depleted gas reservoirs offshore Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak that could be used to sequester carbon dioxide produced from about 23 trillion cubic feet of Malaysian gas resources that have yet to be developed.

Petronas’ upstream activities are forecast to require some 60% of the carbon capture and would be available as early as 2028,” says Wan Atikahsari Wan Zakaria, senior manager, Sarawak resource development and management at Petronas.

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