TOGP/RSE – Malaysia to South Korea Trans Oriental Gas Pipeline – Malaysia - Project Profile
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Trans Oriental Gas Pipeline Sdn Bhd (TOGP) along with Reformed Solution Energy Co. Ltd (RSE) are planning to construct the Malaysia to South Korea Trans Oriental Gas Pipeline that stretch from the Malaysian seas at Pekan, Pahang to South Korea.
The project involves the construction of 4,000km offshore natural gas pipeline. The project will be executed in two phases.
Phase one involves the construction of 2,500km pipeline from Malaysia to North Vietnam and the phase two covers the construction of another 1,500km pipeline from China to the coast of South Korea.
The project includes the construction of storage tanks, pumping units, control junctions and related infrastructural facilities, the laying of pipelines, and the installation of safety systems, substations.
Distinct Objective Sdn Bhd (DOSB) has been appointed as Developer.
DOSB has signed a deal with pipe manufacturers Welspun Corp Ltd (Welspun) and Panyu Chu Kang Steel Pipe Co Ltd (PCK) respectively to supply customized pipes for the TOGP project.
Welspun will be responsible to supplying pipes for the first phase of 2,500km spanning from Malaysia to North Vietnam, while PCK for another 1,500km for the second phase spanning from China to South Korea.
Det Norske Veritas (DNV), a global provider of services for managing risk to act as engineering consultant for the project. The contract covers designing customized pipes and submit the data to Welspun and PCK who will produce the pipes based on recommendations and specifications.
In January 2010, Distinct Objective Sdn Bhd signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Asia Consortium Petroleum Engineering and Gas, Enmac Sekutu Sdn Bhd, Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe Co and Dongah Tec for the development of the project.
Under the MoU, Distinct Objective Sdn Bhd will undertake the construction of a 2,500km pipeline from off-the-coast of Pahang to north Vietnam. Its associate partner Asia Consortium Engineering Petroleum & Gas will be responsible for the 1,500km pipeline from China to the coast of South Korea.
In February 2015, TOGP signed a joint venture agreement with Reformed Solution Energy Co. Ltd (RSE).
The project involves the construction of an offshore natural gas pipeline from Malaysian seas at Pekan, Pahang to South Korea.
The US$50,000 million project includes the following:
1. Laying of 2,500km pipeline under first phase
2. Laying of 1,500km pipeline under second phase
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