Gas Malaysia plans RM180m Perak pipeline

22 Feb 2018 / 21:01 H.

    PETALING JAYA: Gas Malaysia Bhd will build a RM180 million gas infrastructure in Kinta Valley, Perak under a pipeline development agreement (PDA) with the Perak state government.
    Under the PDA, Gas Malaysia will develop, operate and own the natural gas distribution system pipeline with the capacity of 50,000 standard cubic metre per hour measuring 140km in length, from the take-off point located at Ayer Tawar, Perak to supply natural gas to the areas identified.
    The state government has agreed to contribute RM10 million towards the development cost, in the form of capital contribution, in line with its cause to promote clean energy.
    The project will be funded through a combination of internally generated funds and borrowings.

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