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Country summary: Malaysia
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Malaysia - recent news
|26 Oct 20
||Malaysia: PETRONAS awards multi-client programs in Sarawak Basin to seismic consortium
The seismic consortium comprising PGS, TGS and WesternGeco has been awarded a multi-year contract by PETRONAS through competitive bidding to acquire and process up to 105,000 sq kms of multi-sensor multi-client 3D data in the Sarawak Basin, offshore Malaysia.
|03 Sep 20
||Malaysia: SapuraOMV announces Bakong first production from SK408 gas fields
SapuraOMV Upstream has announced stable production from its operated Bakong gas field project under the SK408 Production Sharing Contract. With this first production from Bakong field, Phase 1 of the SK408 development is now entirely on stream.
|28 Jul 20
||Malaysia: Petronas extends bid submission deadline for the 2020 Malaysia Bid Round
PETRONAS is extending the Data Review and Bid Submission deadline for the 2020 Malaysia Bid Round to 30 November 2020 for open exploration blocks and for discovered resources opportunities (DRO) clusters.
|08 Jun 20
||Malaysia: McDermott completes Pan Malaysia Transportation and Installation Projects
McDermott International has announced the completion of the Pan Malaysia Transportation and Installation Projects for Sarawak Shell and SapuraOMV, located offshore Miri, Sarawak.
|03 Jun 20
||Malaysia: Siemens to supply equipment for large-scale gas field development offshore Malaysia
Siemens Gas and Power was recently awarded a contract to supply three SGT-300 industrial gas turbine generators (GTG), three mechanical-drive SGT-300 gas turbines and three DATUM centrifugal compressors for the PETRONAS Kasawari Gas Field Development Project in the South China Sea, offshore Sarawak in Malaysia.
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