PETRONAS declares force majeure on gas supply to Malaysia LNG -Mitsubishi

TOKYO: PETRONAS has declared force majeure on gas supplies to its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production and sales unit, Malaysia LNG, due to a pipeline leak, said a spokesperson at Mitsubishi Corp, which owns a stake in Malaysia LNG.

Following the move, Malaysia LNG has also declared force majeure on LNG supplies to its customers, including Japanese utilities, the Mitsubishi spokesperson said, without giving details such as the dates of declarations and volume of the supply that may be affected.

Petronas did not immediately respond to a request for comment. - Reuters

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