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EI Malaysia branch

Affiliate and Associate Members in Malaysia are entitled to a 50% discount on EI membership.  Please use the code EIMALAY19 when registering to receive the discount.

If you are interested in becoming involved or hearing more about Malaysia’s developing branch activities, please contact Peter Godfrey directly at pgodfrey@energyinst.org.

Committee contact

Patricia Lee
Position: Office Manager – Energy Institute Malaysia

Latest news

Demand for coal ‘stable’ until 2023 – IEA

7-01-2019
Coal demand is plateauing as major consumers put air-quality legislation in place. But many developing nations are increasingly reliant on coal to power economic growth. Global coal demand will likely remain stable over the next five years as growth in India and Southeast Asia offsets declines ...

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What does 2019 hold in store for petrochemicals?

7-01-2019
Since the 1960s, global consumption of plastics and new applications have been the main demand driver of the petrochemical industry. Even in 2018, plastics continued to take centre stage for the world’s petrochemical industry, with global demand growth rates exceeding global GDP growth. Indeed, with...

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South East Asian upstream powerhouse in the offing?

2-01-2019
The new year has begun with Indonesia’s Medco Energi making a potential cash takeover bid for UK-listed Ophir Energy that, if successful, would create a South East Asian upstream powerhouse.No further details have been revealed, other than the Medco has to make a clear binding offer by 28 January 20...

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Equinor to step up Asia-Pacific LPG activity

22-11-2018
Equinor and Global Petro Storage (GPS) have entered into a long-term agreement for an LPG terminal and storage facility in Port Klang, Malaysia. GPS will build the facility, with operations planned to start up in mid-2021. Equinor will bring LPG sourced from the North Sea, North Africa, the Middle E...

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Melaka oil refinery to meet diesel Euro-5 standard

5-09-2018
Malaysia’s biggest crude oil refinery at Melaka, in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, is to be upgraded to meet the government’s target for Euro-5 grade diesel by 2020 in a bid to improve air quality. The standard calls for sulphur levels to be maintained at a maximum of 10 mg/kg.Hyundai E...

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Events

Mobile Offshore Production Units (MOPUs) as a means of offshore field development

26-02-2019
The Malaysian branch of the Energy Institute invites you to the following event.

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