PetGas ready for market headwinds


Kamal: We are working to cushion the impact by expanding the utility and gas processing segments, as well as venturing into a new business.

Petronas Gas Bhd (PetGas), which runs the country’s largest gas pipelines, is preparing for the headwinds it faces as the industry gets more liberalised.

The company is expected to see a decline in revenue in the coming years as the government will gradually lower the tariffs that pipeline owners like PetGas charge.

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