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Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook mineral industries of Asia and the Pacific 1992
Year 1992, Volume 3 (1992)

Wu, John C.
Malaysia,   pp. [248]-258 ff. PDF (2.7 MB)


Page 257

THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF MALAYSIA—l992  257TABLE 1—Continued
MALAYSIA: PRODUCTION OF MINERAL COMMODITIES' 
(Metric tons unless otherwise specified) 
Commodit? 1988 1989 
1990 
1991 
l992~ 
MINERAL FUELS AND RELATED MATERIALS—Continued 
Refinery products—Continued: 
 Residual fuel oil thousand 42-gallon barrels 9,107 10,802 
Other'6 do. 12,500 9,596 
 Total do. 49,205 54,342 
' 14,307 
' 12,000 
' 65,749 
' 14,000 
12,500 
69,400 
14,000 
' 13,000 
' 70,000 
' Estimated. ~Preliminaiy. ' Revised. 
1A11 productionis from Malaya unless otherwise specified. Table includes
data available throughJune 23, 1993. 
' In addition to the commodities listed, a variety of crude construction
materials (clays, sand and gravel, and atone), fertilizers. and salt is produced,
but output is not reported, and available information is inadequate to make
reliable estimates of output levels. 
' Bypreductfrom gold mines in Sarawak. ~Includes productionfrom Malaya, Sabab,
and Sarawak. ' Gross less volume of reinjected and flared. ' Includes I~2G,
naphthas, and lubricants. 
TABLE 2 
MALAYSIA: STRUCTURE OF THE MINERAL INDUSTRY FOR 1992 
(Tb ousand metric tons unless otherwise specified) 
. 
Commodity 
Major operating company and 
 . . 
major equity owners 
. . . . . 
Location of main facilities 
Annual 
. 
capacity 
Bauxite 
Johore Mining and Stevedoring Co. Sdn. Bhd. (61 % owned by Alcan Aluminium
Ltd. of Canada, 30% by local investors, and 9% by other) 
Bukit Raja-Penberang, Johore 
500 
Cement 
Associated Pan Malaysia Cement Sdn. Bhd. 
Rawang, Selangor and Kanthan, Perak 
2,800 
Do. 
Cement Industries Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. 
Kangar, Perlis 
1,200 
Do. 
Kedah Cement Sdn. Bhd. (Government-owned) 
Langkawi, Kedah 
1,500 
Do. 
Perak-Hanjong Cement Sdn. Bhd. (60% owned by Hyundai Cement Co. Ltd. of Republic
of Korea and 40% by Perak State Government) 
Padang Rengas, Perak 
1,500 
Do. 
Tasek Cement Bhd. 
Ipoh, Perak 
1,100 
Copper, concentrate 
Mamut Copper Mining Sdn. Bhd. (A wholly owned subsidiary of Mega First Corp.
Bhd.) 
Mamut, Sabah 
120 
Gas: Natural 
million cubic meters' 
Esso Production Malaysia Inc. 
Offshore Terengganu 
22.7 
Do. do. 
Sabah Shell Petroleum Co. Ltd. 
Offshore Sabah 
2.8 
Do. do. 
Sarawak Shell Bhd. 
Offshore Sarawak 
38.5 
Liquefied 
Malaysia LNG Sdn. Bhd. (60% owned by 
PETRONAS, 17.5 % each by Shell Gas N.y. and 
Mitsubishi Corp. and 5 % by Sarawk State 
Government) 
Tanjung Kidurong, Bintulu, Sarawak 
7,900 
Petroleum, crude 
millon 42-gallon barrels 
Esso Production Malaysia, Inc. 
Offshore Terengganu 
390 
Do. do. 
Sabah Shell Petroleum Co. Ltd. 
Offshore Sabah 
100 
Do. do. 
Sarawak Shell Bhd. 
Offshore Sarawak 
184 
Do. do. 
PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd. 
Offshore Terengganu 
22 


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