EI Malaysia branch

Affiliate and Associate Members in Malaysia are entitled to a 50% discount on EI membership.  Please use the code EIMALAYSIA20 when registering to receive the discount.

If you are interested in becoming involved or hearing more about Malaysia’s developing branch activities, please contact Peter Godfrey directly at pgodfrey@energyinst.org.

Committee contact

Peter Godfrey
Position: Managing Director - Energy Institute APAC

Latest news

Eni’s world oil, gas and renewables review

Eni has just published the second volume of its World Oil, Gas and Renewables Review, which provides data on natural gas, renewable energy sources (solar and wind) and biofuels. The first volume was published in July 2019 and focused on the oil market and refining sector.According to the latest...

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Brazil raises record bonus at 16th bid round

Brazil has sold 12 of the 36 offshore blocks on sale at the country's 16th bid round, with oil companies once again paying record signing bonuses for areas holding subsalt potential in the Campos Basin, reports S&P Global Platts. The 36 blocks hold an estimated 70bn barrels of unrisked oil ...

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ExxonMobil’s predicted top five divestment targets in the Asia-Pacific

Wood Mackenzie has identified what it sees as the five most likely disposal candidates after ExxonMobil signalled the start of its Asia-Pacific divestment programme. Together, these opportunities are worth $5bn and could contribute a third of the supermajor's global divestment target.Having set its ...

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US LNG exports to Europe increase amid declining demand and spot LNG prices in Asia

US exports of LNG have been growing steadily and reached a new peak of 4.7bn cf/d in May 2019, according to the latest data published by the US Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy. This year, the US became the world’s third-largest LNG exporter, averaging 4.2bn cf/d in the first five mont...

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LNG demand in South and Southeast Asia to quintuple by 2040

LNG demand from the South and Southeast Asia region will grow over five times to reach 236mn t/y by 2040, according to Wood Mackenzie analysis. Almost half of that demand will come from the two major markets of Indonesia and India.India and Indonesia, with 63mn t/y and 43mn t/y of demand respectivel...

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Webinar - From Waste to Value: Opportunities in Energy Sector?

Waste management has always been a universal challenge, due to the extensive growth in population and subsequent waste generation.

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