Court decides today whether Petronas can proceed with legal challenge against Sarawak


Petronas vice-president of LNG marketing and trading Ahmad Adly Alias said Petronas remained committed to delivering reliable supply of LNG through its integrated operations that allow for both long-term and short-term solutions for its customers

PUTRAJAYA: Petroliam National Berhad (Petronas) will know today if it can commence proceedings in the Federal Court against the Sarawak government pertaining to the regulatory authority over upstream oil and gas activities in Sarawak.

Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop is set the date to deliver the decision on whether to allow Petronas’ application for leave to commence the proceedings after he had heard submissions from lawyer Datuk Malik Imtiaz Sarwar, who represented Petronas, and Datuk JC Fong, who appeared for the Sarawak government.

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