Petronas’ Adnan Abidin: Malaysia's LNG Prepares the Next Floater to Take to the Water
Malaysia remains the world leader in extracting natural gas in offshore fields to yield Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). AWANI Review Editor Razak Chik was at OTC 2018 in March to listen to Adnan Zainal Abidin, Petronas VP for Upstream Assets who talks about stamping the Malaysian maritime mark in the high seas.
Come 2020, Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) will notch another milestone in the production of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) when its second floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility becomes operational. Called PFLNG-2 – the initial P for Petronas, `2’ to denote its second iteration – the floating vessel will enable liquefaction, production and offloading of natural gas in the Rotan field, 240 kilometres off Sabah upon completion. Malaysia – through Petronas, is only one of a handful of countries or major...
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Razak Chik is a journalist of long standing beginning with editorial stints in New Straits Times, business reporting with Malaysian Business as well as capital markets coverage with Investors Digest. He seeks to inculcate the practice of ethics, pursuit of truth and fairness in journalism that will form the platform for universal prosperity.