PETRONAS E&P Quick Facts

  • Malaysia’s hydrocarbon reserves stand at 20.56 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe) with an average production of 1.63 million boe per day.
  • PETRONAS’ total hydrocarbon reserves stand at 27.12 billion boe with an average production of 1.1 million boe per day.
  • International reserves in Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Central Asia stand at 6.56 billion boe, comprising nearly a quarter of PETRONAS’ total reserves.
  • PETRONAS achieved a Reserves Replacement Ratio of 1.1 times in Malaysia and 4.1 times internationally, comparable with the industry average.
  • Malaysia's first deepwater field, Kikeh, employing the first Truss Spar floating production unit outside the Gulf of Mexico came onstream in August 2007. The project achieved world-class performance with only five years elapsing between discovery and production.
  • Largest non-associated gas discovery in Malaysia, estimated recoverable hydrocarbon resources 6 tscf in Kasawari field.