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Petronas Declared Force Majeure on Gas Supply to LNG Facility

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Petronas declared force majeure on gas supply to its LNG export facility due to a pipeline leak.

  • The declaration was due to a leak at the feed Sabah-Sarawak Gas Pipeline to the Petronas LNG facility on Sep 21 according to Petronas.
  • The terminal exports gas to customers across Asia with an outage threatening to add to an already tight global market before the winter season demand.
  • Force majeure declared on supplies to the LNG plant could lead to the cancellation of shipments to overseas customers.
  • Petronas said it is exploring options to mitigate the impact of the leak and restore gas supply. The impact on Malaysia’s LNG export capacity is not yet.
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Petronas declared force majeure on gas supply to its LNG export facility due to a pipeline leak.

  • The declaration was due to a leak at the feed Sabah-Sarawak Gas Pipeline to the Petronas LNG facility on Sep 21 according to Petronas.
  • The terminal exports gas to customers across Asia with an outage threatening to add to an already tight global market before the winter season demand.
  • Force majeure declared on supplies to the LNG plant could lead to the cancellation of shipments to overseas customers.
  • Petronas said it is exploring options to mitigate the impact of the leak and restore gas supply. The impact on Malaysia’s LNG export capacity is not yet.