Malaysia's LNG bunkering facilities ready by first quarter of 2020
Petronas will add to its current facility at Pengerang with another one in Melaka and will be able to facilitate LNG bunkering by January 1, 2020 when the global sulphur cap kicks in. The Southeast Asian LNG major player has ambitions to become a bunkering hub
Malaysia will capitalise on its position as one of the world’s top suppliers of the super-chilled gas
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