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  • MODERATOR

    Dato’ Capt. Abdul Rahim Abd. Aziz

    (Director of Port Affairs, Dialog Group Bhd, Malaysia)

    UNLOCKING POTENTIALS IN MARITIME TRANSPORT

    AND SERVICES

    SPEAKERS

    Mr. John Lim

    (Managing Director, CMA CGM Malaysia Sdn Bhd)

    Malaysia)

    En. Mohd Hanafi Jamal

    (General Manager, Petronas LNG Sdn Bhd,

    Malaysia)

    En. Mohd Hanafi Jamal

    (General Manager, Petronas LNG Sdn Bhd,

    Malaysia)

  • SPEAKER

    Mr. John Lim

    (Managing Director, CMA CGM Malaysia Sdn Bhd)

    UNLOCKING POTENTIALS IN MARITIME

    TRANSPORT AND SERVICES

  • CMA CGM Malaysia

    October 2019

    Unlocking Potentials in

    Maritime Transport and

    Services

    CMA CGM Malaysia Sdn Bhd

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    “…. Sabah has a strategic location in the vibrant ASEAN market while its potential of being a hub for trading and investments is tremendous.”

    • Is Sabah strategically positioned in the global maritime corridors?

    • Are there opportunities to make Sabah a Hub?

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    Sandakan Tawau Kota Kinabalu

    20’FT 40’FT 20’FT 40’FT 20’FT 40’FT

    JAN – DEC 2018 14,048 3,875 20,154 6,918 50,877 40,876

    JAN – JUN 2019 5,700 1,883 9,720 3,581 24,208 20,644

    IMPORT

    Sandakan Tawau Kota Kinabalu

    20’FT 40’FT 20’FT 40’FT 20’FT 40’FT

    JAN – DEC 2018 2,190 2,955 5,789 6,280 7,082 10,744

    JAN – JUN 2019 1,201 1,434 2,685 2,569 3,180 4,748

    EXPORT

  • Unlocking Potentials in Maritime Transport and Services

    1. East Malaysia – (ref East Malaysia roadmap)

    Currently limited feeder operators and carriers calling main ports of East Malaysia. 4 local players, and 3 main line operators calling selected deep(er)-water ports; No or limited berthing windows in most ports due to limited development done in past years.

    Except for Samalaju (Bintulu), no major containerised export industries. KKIP to be the next containerised export location? Largely overall an import imbalance area

    1. Sabah specifically

    Main container export location Kota Kinabalu; Sandakan, Tawau (and POIC Lahad Datu soon); Primary industries driven by agriculture (rubber, copra, cocoa, palm oil), forestry (timber) and petroleum. Some reefers ex Tawau. LNG/Oil bulk exports Primarily Import driven (capital goods) resulting in huge empty repositioning of containers

    Largely undeveloped Eastern Sabah although some progress is slowly pursued; still bulk dominated. Slow SME growth.

    TODAY ……

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    1. Strategic Location Sabah is not on the main shipping route. A need to make Sabah “sufficiently attractive” to the vessel owners. Bunkering Center – LNG, LSFO options available today? With vessels calling at Sabah, there is spill over economic VAS (estimated 1.25 times?); Anciallary services eg warehousing for ship spares, regional distribution centers

    Maintain Bulk position while building your containerised capacity

    2. Hub 3 main line container operators do NOT make a Hub. Worldwide connectivity and options are needed. Chicken vs Egg : Do you develop industries first or do you develop the ports first?

    Open up to more container shipping line operators

    Tomorrow …… (from a maritime perspective)

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  • SPEAKER

    En. Mohd Hanafi Jamal

    (General Manager, Petronas LNG Sdn Bhd, Malaysia)

    UNLOCKING POTENTIALS IN MARITIME

    TRANSPORT AND SERVICES

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    PETRONAS LNG STS Creative LNG Solution

    2nd Sabah Port Forum, Kota Kinabalu

    1-2 October 2019

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    Presentation Outline

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    PETRONAS LNG STS Solution

    PETRONAS At A Glance

    PETRONAS LNG STS Montage

  • PETRONAS at a Glance

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    Integrated & Reliable LNG Player More than 35 years of extensive experience in delivering energy security

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    PRODUCTION

    Gladstone LNG Train 9, PLC PETRONAS LNG Complex

    (PLC), Bintulu Egyptian LNG, Idku

    1.2 MTPA

    PETRONAS Floating LNG Satu

    7.8 MTPA

    3.6 MTPA

    25.7 MTPA

    7.2 MTPA

    TRANSPORTATION

    MISC Fleet of 27 LNG Carriers World’s leading owner-operator of

    LNG carriers

    REGASIFICATION

    Dragon LNG, Wales Regas Terminal, Malaysia

    (Melaka & Pengerang)

    TRADING & MARKETING

    5.4 MTPA

    7.3 MTPA

    More than 30 years of on-time & on-schedule deliveries

    > 10K

    LNG KEY FACTS

    Total LNG Cargoes Delivered

    4th 1st

    World’s Largest Producer

    Floating LNG in the World

    130 Tcf

    Global Gas Resource

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    Ship-to-Ship (STS) Overview

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    Ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operation is the transfer of cargo between seagoing ships positioned alongside each other, either while stationary or underway.

    Receiving ship is called daughter vessel

    Delivering ship is called mother vessel

    Cargoes typically transferred via STS include crude oil, liquefied gas, bulk cargo and petroleum products

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    Ship-to-Ship (STS) STS equipment

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    Flexible Hose

    Length & Diameter 18M x 8’’

    Working Pressure 10 bar

    Maximum flow rate 1,250 m3/hour per hose

    Quantity 6

    Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU)

    Oil Tank Capacity 28 Litres

    ESD Setting 2 bar

    Quantity 1 (at mother vessel)

    Emergency Release Coupling (ERC)

    System Hydraulic Release System

    Pressure Rating 17 bar

    Quantity 6

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    Ship-to-Ship (STS) STS equipment

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    Hose Saddle

    Material Stainless Steel

    Quantity 3 sets per vessel

    Y-Piece

    Material Stainless Steel S316L

    Design Temperature -196°C up to +70°C

    Quantity 3 sets per vessel

    Fenders

    Dimension 3.3M Diameter x 6.5M

    Length

    Working Pressure 50 Kpa

    Quantity 4 primary + 2 secondary

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    PETRONAS LNG STS We have the competitive advantage to provide LNG STS solutions

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    LNG STS

    Infrastructure & Technical Capabilities

    Strategic Location

    Smart Partnership

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    Strategic Location Malaysia is well positioned to provide LNG STS solution

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    ❑ Gazetted sheltered areas; Weather & sea condition within safe operational limits

    ❑ Options of STS sites

    ❑ Within trading route of JKTC; world’s largest importer

    ❑ Accessibility to remote/smaller LNG terminals

    Johor waters

    Linggi, Malacca

    Labuan, Sabah

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    Infrastructure & Technical Capabilities Experienced in handling several LNG STS operations

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    Infrastructure

    Storage facilities for STS equipment Close to STS operation sites, e.g. Asian Supply Base, Linggi Port

    Tug & boat services High performance tugs & boats with standby alternatives in case of failure or emergency

    STS equipment transfer services Safe & efficient inspection & handling in equipment mobilization and de-mobilization

    In-house Capabilities

    Mooring & compatibility study

    Risk evaluation study

    Joint Plan Operations (JPO)

    Simulation study

    Commercial evaluation study

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    Smart Partnerships Creating legacy through smart collaboration

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    STS Service Providers

    Simulation Centre Tank Maker

    Authority

    Port

    Ship Owners

    Buyer