November 9, 2018
Dateline 2018-08-21, The Star:
The South-East Asian offshore natural gas assets of US oil and gas producer Hess Corp, estimated to be worth as much as US$5bil, have attracted takeover interest from firms including Thailand’s PTTEP PCL and Austrian energy group OMV AG, people familiar with the matter said.
Hess, which has a collection of gas fields in North Malay Basin in offshore Malaysia and in the Malaysia-Thailand Joint Development Area (JDA) with 50% equal partner Petronas, has not yet decided whether to sell the assets, according to financial and industry sources.
August 27, 2017
Dateline 2017-07-27, Offshore Mag:
Gas production has started from the Hess-operated North Malay Basin full-field development in the Gulf of Thailand, following hookup of the topsides for the central processing platform.
Commissioning activities continue.
Hess expects its net production to ramp up shortly to around 165 MMcf/d.
North Malay Basin comprises nine gas fields in block PM302 with combined recoverable reserves of over 1.5 tcf of gas and over 20 MMbbl of condensate.
June 2, 2017
Dateline 2017-04-20, The Edge:
Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has launched its Terengganu Gas Terminal (TGAST), which will ensure gas supply security and sustainability in Malaysia.
In a statement today, Petronas president and group CEO Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin said the company launched the TGAST in Kertih last Tuesday (April 18). He said the TGAST would supply gas to Petronas’ customers in Peninsular Malaysia and Petronas’ facilities.
Wan Zulkiflee said the TGAST is able to process up to 700 million standard cu ft per day (mmscfd) of gas from the Malaysia-Thailand joint development area and North Malay Basin offshore
July 18, 2012
Isn’t this really outdated. How do I get onto this gravy boat?
State oil firm Petronas signed three production sharing contracts with the exploration arm of U.S. firm Hess Corp on Thursday, kicking off a $5.2 billion gas project off Malaysia’s east coast.
The North Malay Basin project, comprising nine gas fields about 300 km (186 miles) off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia, is aimed at securing new gas supplies for Petronas as it faces a supply crunch.