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  • PublisherMATRADE

    Menara MATRADEJalan Khidmat Usaha

    Off Jalan Duta50480 Kuala Lumpur

    MALAYSIATel: 603 6207 7077

    Fax: 603 6203 7033 / 7037Email: [email protected]

    Website: www.matrade.gov.my

    The Malaysia Oil & Gas Directory is compiled entirely from submissions made by members of MOGSC, OSFAM and MOGEC that have verified their information for the purpose of this directory.

    While every effort has been taken to ensure that the contents of the directory are accurate and current, MATRADE cannot be held responsible for any omission or error and is not liable for any loss or dispute arising from the use of the information provided.

    No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means electronic, mechanical or any other form without the consent of the publisher.

    FOREWORD FROM THE MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL 04TRADE & INDUSTRY, MALAYSIA

    MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENTS OF OIL & GAS 05-07ASSOCIATIONS

    OVERVIEW OF OIL & GAS SECTOR IN MALAYSIA 08-09

    INDEXES

    BY SECTORS

    Fabrication 12Engineering 13Logistics/Installation/Marine 14Services 15-16

    BY ALPHABETICAL 17-19

    COMPANY PROFILE 22-96

    MATRADE SERVICES 100-103

    MATRADE WORLDWIDE NETWORK 104-110

    USEFUL CONTACTS Chambers of Commerce 114Oil & Gas Associations 115

    CONTENTS

  • Malaysias oil & gas industry has undergone rapid development over the last three decades, with an increasing number of companies offering services not only locally but also abroad. The services offered cover a wide range of industry requirements and needs both for upstream and downstream.

    As a result of the past growth, Malaysia now has developed skills and capabilities, and has increasingly gained reputation as a regional centre for the oil & gas industry within the region.

    The Malaysia Oil & Gas Services Directory provides information of companies within the industry covering all aspects of the oil and gas services including fabrication and construction, engineering, logistics, installation and services.

    I believe international companies in the oil and gas sector will find this directory a useful reference to establish business contacts with Malaysian companies offering services and products for the industry.

    TAN SRI MUHYIDDIN YASSINMinister of International Trade and Industry

    FOREWORD FROM THE MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE & INDUSTRY, MALAYSIA

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  • The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council or MOGSC was established in December 2003, and though still a young organisation, MOGSC is now the leading business forum for service providers in the Malaysian oil & gas industry with the largest grouping of companies.

    MOGSC is committed to the promotion and development of the Malaysian oil & gas services sector. MOGSC showcases the capabilities and expertise of member companies operating in the Malaysian oil & gas industry, and position Malaysian service providers as a preferred partner and resource for products and services for the global oil & gas industry. The Malaysian oil & gas services sector began to make an impact in the Malaysian oil & gas industry approximately 35 years ago, and an increasing number of Malaysian businesses started to directly participate in the oil & gas industry providing a variety of services. Today, Malaysian home-grown capabilities and expertise are found in every sector of the oil & gas industry, and many have progressed beyond Malaysian shores where Malaysian oil & gas service providers proudly fly the Malaysian flag in other countries as they export Malaysian expertise and capabilities to join the ranks of global players.

    MOGSC has various programs and activities throughout the year promoting members to continuously develop their expertise and capabilities, facilitate networking, smart partnerships and value-added business relationships.

    MOGSC organises talks, forums, dialogue sessions, seminars, and workshops for MOGSC members, and participate in conferences and exhibitions. MOGSC has set up various working committees to address issues and promote initiatives and collaborate for the development of the particular industry sectors. These working committees directly involve MOGSC members, thus promoting industry collaboration and industry partnership.

    MOGSC also regularly engages with the players and stakeholders for the growth and development of the Malaysian oil & gas service providers and the industry in general.

    The growing membership of MOGSC reflects the success of MOGSC with its agenda, having representatives from all the sectors and key players in the Malaysian oil & gas industry.

    As such, MOGSC will continue to represent and promote Malaysian oil & gas service providers locally and internationally, and be a positive contributor towards nation building through the oil & gas industry in Malaysia.

    SOFIYAN YAHYAPresident,Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council

    PRESIDENT OF MALAYSIAN OIL & GASSERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC)

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  • PRESIDENT OF OFFSHORE STRUCTUREFABRICATORS ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA (OSFAM)

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    OSFAM which stands for Offshore Structure Fabricators Association Of Malaysia was formed in February, 1990 to serve primarily as a platform for the PETRONAS licensed offshore fabricators to share common interests, issues and initiatives. Presently, the members comprise of Malaysia Marine Heavy Engineering (MMHE), Sime Darby Engineering (SDE), Ramunia Fabricators, Kencana HL, Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corporation, Oilfab and Boustead Penang Shipyard.

    With guidance and support from PETRONAS and its Production Sharing Contractors (PSC), OSFAM members have grown in leaps and bounds since its initial forays in the offshore modules fabrication business in 1975. OSFAM members are now viewed as strategic contributors to the Malaysian economy employing around 12,000 personnel and spawning support industries within the cluster of Pasir Gudang and other places in Malaysia. Another notable achievement of OSFAM members has been its increasing orders from overseas thus paving the way in our ambitions to make Malaysia a competitive fabricator in the region.

    Lastly, I wish to thank PETRONAS and the PSC contractors for their enduring support throughout the years.

    Thank you.

    IR. ZURAIMI SABKIOSFAM President

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  • PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIAN OIL & GAS ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS (MOGEC)

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    The Association of Malaysian Oil and Gas Engineering Consultants (MOGEC) was formed in 1999 by six established engineering services consultants serving the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry. As the Association grew and evolved, membership was opened to engineering consultants providing services to the downstream sector of the oil and gas industry as well. The objectives of the Association are: 1.To provide a forum for discussions on issues of common interest2.To promote co-operation among members3.To promote the use and development of local resources 4.To promote collaboration with local research centres/institutions to stimulate skills development5.To promote development of graduate engineers and professionals

    With these objectives in mind, the Executive Council invited key personnel in the industry to give talks to members, arranged dialog sessions with authorities, supported activities of institutions such as IEM, BEM and SIRIM, commissioned annual salary survey and participated in national conferences and exhibitions. The MOGEC website www.mogec.org.my, too is becoming more dynamic and continues to be populated with news, events and data and serves as an information-sharing medium for members as well as a source of information to the industry at large. MOGEC Hi-Tea is an annual event not to be missed by oil and gas industry players.

    With about 2,000 engineers and designers/draftsmen in Kuala Lumpur, MOGEC member companies can provide the full range of services from feasibility studies through to lump sum EPCIC; the latter in cooperation with fabricators and installation contractors. MOGEC member companies have experienced personnel who are well accepted and sought after in the Region and the Middle East. The experience of these engineers ranges from about 8 to 10 years on average; with senior staff having more than 25 years of experience.

    Many of our design consultants are ISO 9001 accredited. Thus, we export services meeting international quality and performance standards. In addition, we are a low to medium cost centre. Hence, we are well-positioned to compete in the international arena.

    MOGEC provides an effective platform to promote the advancement of the oil and gas engineering profession in Malaysia. Through MOGEC, the voice of member companies is heard and industry players are aware of the value provided by the oil and gas engineering consultants.

    MOGEC hopes that member companies will keep abreast with the development of the oil and gas industry internationally as MOGEC wants to make Kuala Lumpur the oil and gas engineering hub for the Region.

    MUHAMAD APANDI OSMANMOGEC President, 2008/09

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  • The Malaysian oil & gas services sector began to make an impact in the Malaysian oil & gas indus