THE MOST SOUTH-EASTERN TIP OF THE ASIAN CONTINENT

Approximately 1,673 acres of land will be reclaimed from the coast of Teluk Ramunia and will extend out off the south-eastern coast of Johor, Malaysia. Situated within the masterplan of Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) which will house oil refineries, naphtha crackers, storage facilities, petrochemical plants and liquefied natural gas import terminals and regasification facility.

Excellent location for downstream support activities complementary to Petronas RAPID (Refinery and Petrochemicals Integrated Development) to be developed within the PIPC.

EXTREME PROXIMIY TO RAPID

Malaysian oil and gas company Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) is developing a refinery and petrochemical integrated development project (RAPID) and other associated facilities in Pengerang, Southern Johor, Malaysia, through a project called Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC).

Launched in May 2012, PIC is part of the larger Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) proposed by the Johor state government. “The complex will cover an area of 2,000ha and will produce nine million tonne of Petroleum products and 4.5 million tonne of petrochemicals a year”.

NATURAL DEEP WATER AND VAST SEA FRONTING LAND

Besides its geographical strengths, Pengerang Maritime Industrial Park boasts natural deep water between 20-24 meters which borders the site, enabling it to handle Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC), Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCC) and even ValeMax Bulk Carriers with minimal capital maintenance dredging. Direct access to the deep water of Malacca Straits can be achieved with the construction of a short jetty trestle just approximately 700 metres. The large anchorage areas surrounding the site also have captivity for up to 1,000 vessels. Upon completion of reclamation of this man-made island, the site will create vast land for future expansion and a total of 7-kilometer stretch of valuable seafront land which is able to accommodate up to 41 berths from the range of 2,000 DWT to 350,000 DWT. With Indonesia’s Sumatera island acting as a natural breakwater to Tanjung Piai Maritime Industrial Park, it is a naturally sheltered harbor free from adverse weather conditions.