Trans-Sabah Gas Pipeline

From Global Energy Monitor
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The Trans-Sabah Gas Pipeline was a proposed natural gas pipeline in Malaysia that has been cancelled.[1]


The pipeline would run from the Sabah gas terminal in Kimanis, Sabah to Sandakan and Tawau in Sabah.

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Project Details

  • Operator: CNPC
  • Parent Company: CNPC
  • Current Capacity:
  • Proposed capacity:
  • Length: 411 miles / 662 kilometers
  • Status: Cancelled
  • Start Year:


In November 2016, China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation, won the contracts to build the 600-km (373-mile) Multi-Products Oil Pipeline along the west coast of peninsular Malaysia, and the 662-km (411-mile) Trans-Sabah Gas Pipeline in eastern Sabah state.

In July 2018 the new Pakatan Harapan Government came to power after Barisan Nasional's 61-year rule and made public documents showing that while 88% of the pipeline's RM4.06bil cost had been paid out, only 11.4% of land clearing had been completed. Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin demanded that the money be repaid.[2] In August 2018 the government cancelled both pipelines.[3] In July 2019 it was reported that the government was negotiating to reclaim funds from the pipeline's contractors.[4]

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