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,Mohd Yazid Ja’afar KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's oil and gas services and equipment (OGSE) industry is likely to see a rebound in 2021 after a setback in the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the swing in oil and gas prices on the back of increased production by shale producers in the United States. Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corp (MPRC) president and chief executive officer Mohd Yazid Ja'afar said the recovery would be mainly driven by the rollout of the vaccination programmes globally and the opening of international borders. "We hope to see the industry recover to pre-COVID-19 levels. It is going to be a new normal for the industry but it is on the recovery path," he told Bernama in an interview recently, prior to the release of MPRC's sixth edition of Top 100 OGSE Companies in Malaysia 2019. OGSE100 is a list of top-100 OGSE companies in Malaysia, ranked based on revenue. The companies are assessed based on their consolidated financial results for the financial year 2019. The study is based on 1,563 active Petronas-licensed companies whose primary business is related to the OGSE sector. For the 2019 publication, MPRC intends to share an alternative view on the OGSE sector by taking MISC Bhd out of the picture due to its sheer size, said Mohd Yazid. He noted that the local OGSE players continued to be affected by the global oil prices movement in 2019 but a number of local OGSE companies have emerged stronger as regional champions with sizeable growth such as Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd and KNM Group Bhd. In 2019, global oil prices were generally lower than in 2018, with an average of US$64.40 per barrel, with the highest at US$71 per barrel in April and May but fell to the lowest of US$60 per barrel in August. For 2020, revenue for local OGSE companies was also expected to be significantly lower as the oil and gas industry was severely affected by the pandemic, said Mohd Yazid. In 2019, the total OGSE industry declined by 5.1 per cent to RM112.7 billion from RM118.8 billion in 2018, of which OGSE100 owned 97.5 per cent of the industry’s total assets worth RM109.9 billion compared to RM115.4 billion in 2018. For non-OGSE100 mid-tier companies, as well as small and medium enterprises, each recorded a RM1.4 billion worth of assets compared to RM1.8 billion and RM1.6 billion, respectively in 2018. For 2019, the OGSE sector recorded a total of RM65.1 billion in revenue, a decline from RM67.4 billion in 2018. Of the figure, OGSE100 companies' total revenue declined by 5.2 per cent to RM52.4 billion from RM55.2 billion in 2018. In the long run, Mohd Yazid said, OGSE companies must be agile and ready to change, and becoming resilient due to the nature of the industry. "The stress is so much on cost, so efficiency and size start to come out into the picture... these players need to adapt. Our message has always been consistent and the reason why the industry needs to do this is because it represents an important structure of the economy," he said. Mohd Yazid noted that the agency is finalising a blueprint and plans to launch it this year as guidance for the OGSE industry to undergo a smooth transition as the oil and gas industry is accelerating efforts to decarbonised in the next three decades. "In 30 years, the OGSE companies will continue to play an important role to support the domestic oil and gas industry as well as regional aspirations especially as more companies plan to grow beyond Malaysian waters. We will support that as well. "The blueprint will be a roadmap to visions we want to achieve," he said, adding that the agency is waiting for a nod from the Cabinet for the blueprint. - Bernama
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