Oil and Gas

The oil, gas and energy (OGE) industry currently contributes about 20 per cent to Malaysia's GDP and has been identified as a sector that will feature prominently in its future.

The country is committed to ensuring a sustainable and successful O&G industry through pro-business policies. Malaysia also aims to take full advantage of its strategic location at key shipping lanes as well as strong economic fundamentals in China, India and within South East Asia.

There are over 3,500 oil and gas (O&G) businesses in Malaysia comprising international oil companies, independents, services and manufacturing companies that support the needs of the O&G value chain both domestically and regionally. Many major global machinery & equipment (M&E) manufacturers have set up bases in Malaysia to complement home-grown M&E companies, while other Malaysian oil and gas companies are focused on key strategic segments such as marine, drilling, engineering, fabrication, offshore installation and operations and maintenance (O&M).

In recent years, Malaysia has also created a vibrant market for merger-and-acquisition activities to acquire key resources such as technology, capabilities, physical space as well as key personnel. As a result, Malaysian services companies today offer competitive rates and skilled manpower to support the growth of the upstream and downstream sectors while remaining competitive compared to other countries in the region.


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Last Updated : Monday 18th September 2017