STRATEGIC LOCATION OF PEIP

PeIP is sited in the state of Johor, in the southern part of Peninsular Malaysia.

Malaysia is in Southeast Asia, comprising 11 countries with an aggregated nominal GDP of USD2.8 trillion. Nominal GDP in Southeast Asia is expected to reach USD3.0 trillion in 2018, with real GDP growth of 5.2% (Source: International Monetary Fund). In 2017, Malaysia benefited from the upturn in global growth recording real GDP growth of 5.9%. The growth was underpinned by domestic demand expansion, grounded on healthy fundamentals and backed up by improving business and household sentiments. In the first and second quarters of 2018 Malaysia’s real GDP grew by 5.4% and 4.5% respectively (Source Bank Negara Malaysia).

Peninsular Malaysia shares a land border with Thailand in the north and Singapore at the southern tip of the peninsula, separated by the Straits of Johor. Johor and Singapore are linked by a causeway, and a bridge (Malaysia-Singapore Second Link Crossing). The causeway stretches for one kilometre while the Second Link Crossing is two kilometres.

PeIP is at Pengerang, which is in the southeast part of Johor. Pengerang used to be a fishing village surrounded by oil palm and rubber plantations. It is currently being developed into one of Malaysia’s leading oil and gas hubs in the country. With natural water depth up to 24 metres, the construction of a deepwater jetty facility allows berthing of ultra and very large crude carriers.

Our PeIP is located within Johor’s PIPC Integrated Petroleum Complex and is sited close to RAPID. PETRONAS is the national oil and gas company of Malaysia.

JOHOR’S PENGERANG INTEGRATED PETROLEUM COMPLEX (PIPC)

PIPC is a 20,000-acre (8,094-hectare) megaproject being developed by the Johor State Government. It will house Malaysia’s largest concentration of downstream oil, gas and petrochemical industry activities. PIPC’s largest development is PETRONAS’ Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC).

PETRONAS’ PENGERANG INTEGRATED COMPLEX (PIC)

PIC is PETRONAS’ largest downstream investment in Malaysia, amounting to USD27 billion (RM110 billion). It covers an area of 6,242 acres (2,526 hectares) in Pengerang, Johor. PIC consists of the RAPID and six ancillary facilities which is expected to be operational by 2019.

RAPID

RAPID comprises refinery and steam cracker facilities to supply feedstock to its petrochemical manufacturing plants. The refinery has a production capacity of 300,000 barrels per day and the combined steam cracker and petrochemical manufacturing plants can produce approximately three million tonnes of ethylene, propylene and C4 - C6 olefins products per annum.

THE PENGERANG COGENERATION PLANT (PCP)

The Pengerang Cogeneration Plant (PCP) will power the entire PIC by generating 1,220 megawatts of electricity and up to 1,480 tonnes of steam per hour.

THE REGASIFICATION TERMINAL 2 (RGT2)

The Regasification Terminal 2 (RGT2) will provide primary gas supply to RAPID and PCP, and augment the country’s gas supply through the Peninsular Gas Utilisation (PGU) grid. The plant will have a capacity of 3.5 million tonnes per annum.

THE PENGERANG DEEPWATER TERMINAL 2 (PDT2)

The Pengerang Deepwater Terminal 2 (PDT2) will facilitate handling, storage and distribution of crude oil, petroleum, chemical and petrochemical feedstock, products and by-products to and from the RAPID complex. It will have 1.7 million m3 of storage capacity and an 11-berth deepwater jetty. (Source: PETRONAS)

ROAD AND SEA ACCESS AND DEEPWATER TERMINALS

Our PeIP has excellent road and sea access, including deepwater terminals.

PeIP is connected to Peninsular Malaysia’s extensive highway and road network. It is approximately 90 km from Johor Bahru city and 70 km from Johor Port. It is connected to Singapore via two water-crossings, and is approximately 130 km from Singapore’s ports.

There are two deepwater terminals in Pengerang, Teluk Ramunia Material Offloading Facility (MOLF) and Tanjung Setapa MOLF, located 8 km and 18 km from PeIP respectively. These MOLFs are designed to facilitate sea transportation of large equipment and structures from anywhere in the world. The MOLF will also play a key role in transporting rotating equipment and large structures from Singapore to our PeIP for MRO and IRM services. The two MOLFs effectively enlarges our PeIP’s addressable mar


INVESTORS IN OUR PEIP WILL HAVE ACCESS
TO POTENTIAL TARGET CUSTOMERS AND MARKETS

OIL, GAS AND PETROCHEMICAL


Target Customer Sectors

  • Oil and gas refineries
  • Petrochemical plants
  • LNG processing plants
  • Offshore rigs

Target Primary Market

Target Secondary Market

POWER GENERATION


Target Customer Sectors

Power producers for

  • National grid
  • Heavy industries
  • Captive markets
  • Large vessels

Target Primary Market

Target Secondary Market

MARINE - PROPULSION


Target Customer Sectors

  • Cargo carriers
  • Cruise ships
  • Passenger ships
  • Offshore support vessels
  • Patrol boats
  • Deep sea fishing vessels
  • Large pleasure crafts

Target Primary Market

Target Secondary Market