The Pengerang Integrated Complex is on track to start up in the first quarter of 2019.
During the Prime Minister of Malaysia's visit to the $27 billion mega development Petronas president and CEO confirmed that work was on track and that the development is the company's largest downstream investment to date.
The complex forms part of the 22,000-acre Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex under the government's economic transformation programme to establish new engines of growth and economic development in the oil and gas downstream sector.
It comprises a 3000,000 bpd refinery and a petrochemical complex designed to produce premium differentiated petrochemicals. It will meet domestic demand for petroleum products and Malaysian government's future legislative requirements on the implementation Euro 5 specifications.
The development also includes associated facilities such as the Pengerang Cogeneration Plant, an LNG re-gasification terminal, a raw water supply project and the Pengerang Deepwater Terminal.
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