QUOTE(eaglefly @ May 4 2021, 08:25 PM)
Of course all people knew that you no need to mention it
First of discovery doesn’t mean shit if no production in mass scale involves plus the value of oil n gas barely made profits at that era. People talking now about mass production is the core.
And no give sarawak right to exploit everything as you forget about other state that’s contributing to totalrevenue for malaysia. Who’s care since when but as long as sarawakian selfishly claimed it for themselves the outcome will be NOT alright
Sarawak is not being part of malaysia until 1953, and shell have been producing from sarawak even since.
only starting 2000 shell slowly handover their asset to Petronas.
I expect you at least do a little bit of research before making stupid claim.
Shell commenced operations in Malaysia as “Marcus Samuel & Company” setting up oil storage depots at various Straits Settlements ports.
Shell discovers Malaysia's first oil well on Canada Hill in Miri, Sarawak. “Miri No. 1” was spudded on 10 August, and began producing 83 barrels per day in December. Today, a state monument known as “The Grand Old Lady”.
Shell built Malaysia's first oil refinery in Miri. Shell also laid a submarine pipeline in Miri, an innovation breakthrough for transporting crude to tankers at that time.
First petrol pump installed at Foch Avenue, Kuala Lumpur
The first Shell Traffic Games is held, kicking off over five decades of road safety education among school children.
Orient Explorer, the first mobile drilling rig ever used in Malaysia, arrived in Sarawak and began exploring off Baram Point. This led to the discovery of Sarawak's first offshore field, Baram, in 1963.
The first Single Buoy Mooring is installed offshore Miri.
Shell began operating its refinery in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Shell’s West Lutong oilfield became Malaysia’s first oil producing offshore field
First oil discovery offshore Sabah at Erb West
PETRONAS incorporated under Petroleum Dev Act
1st 2 PSC’s signed with PETRONAS for offshore Sarawak & Sabah
Malaysia shipped first LNG shipment to Japan, by Malaysia LNG - a partnership among PETRONAS, Shell and Mitsubishi.