Subsidiaries

Gas Malaysia Distribution Sdn Bhd

Gas Malaysia Distribution Sdn Bhd (GMD) was incorporated on 21 November 2017, as a subsidiary company of Gas Malaysia Berhad in line with the Third Party Access (TPA) regulatory requirements. The TPA framework is the government’s vision towards liberalising the gas supply industry, encouraging healthy competition among industry players whilst ensuring a reliable and sustainable gas supply to consumers.

GMD’s main business function is to develop, own, operate and maintain the gas distribution pipeline network or also known as the Natural Gas Distribution System network.

Interested in knowing more? 

Please visit the link provided below:

http://gasmalaysia.com/gmd

Gas Malaysia Energy and Services Sdn Bhd

With a strong determination to diligently prepare the company due to the changing business landscape under the Third Party Access (“TPA”) framework, Gas Malaysia Energy and Services Sdn Bhd (“GMES”) was incorporated on 21 November 2017. Its main function is to sell, market and promote natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas and other gaseous fuel as well as provide energy solutions services to industrial, commercial and residential sectors accordingly.

GMES is a wholly- owned subsidiary of Gas Malaysia Berhad

Interested in knowing more? 

Please visit the link provided below:

http://gasmalaysia.com/gmes

Joint Ventures

Gas Malaysia Energy Advance Sdn Bhd

Gas Malaysia Energy Advance Sdn. Bhd. (GMEA) was incorporated in 2014 to generate and sell Electricity and Steam/Heat through the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system to the industrial sector. It is a joint venture between Gas Malaysia Berhad (66%) and Tokyo Gas’ Energy Advance Co. Ltd (34%).

CHP – Concept

CHP or also known as Co-generation is a simultaneous production of electricity and usable thermal energy from a single fuel source.  Combined heat and power (CHP) integrates the production of usable heat and power (electricity), in one single, highly efficient process. This contrasts with conventional ways of generating electricity where a vast amount of heat is simply wasted.

CHP – System

The four basic elements that exist in a CHP Plant: –

  1. A Prime Mover (Engine)
  2. An Electricity Generator
  3. A Heat Recovery System
  4. A Control System

Gas Malaysia Virtual Pipeline Sdn Bhd

Gas Malaysia Virtual Pipeline Sdn Bhd (GMVP) or formerly known as Gas Malaysia IEV Sdn. Bhd was incorporated in 21 October 2014, aimed at supplying compressed natural gas via land transportation to customers who have no access to Gas Malaysia’s distribution pipeline network or also known as the Natural Gas Distribution System.

Supply Concept

Our supply concept addresses the broad infrastructure for gas distribution. This includes identifying the gas source, converting it into CNG, as well as transporting them via trucks to customer’s business premises.

 

Virtual Pipeline System

For more information in regards to our Virtual Pipeline business, please visit the web link provided below:
http://www.gasmalaysiavirtualpipeline.com/

Gas Malaysia Synergy Drive Sdn Bhd

On 7th November 2017, Gas Malaysia Venture 1 Sdn Bhd and Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Sime Darby Offshore Engineering Sdn Bhd) (“SDES”) entered into a Joint Venture Agreement (“JVA”) to generate and sell electricity and steam/heat through the Combined Heat and Power (“CHP”) system to the industrial sector. The joint venture company was formalized as Gas Malaysia Synergy Drive Sdn Bhd (“GMSD”) on 4 December 2018.

Besides CHP being an energy efficient technology that generates electricity and captures the heat that would otherwise be wasted to provide useful energy, another important feature is that GMSD will also provide services by operating the CHP plant.

Customers can enjoy CHP system without having to invest in the construction of the plant nor spending for the plant’s operation, as it will be managed by GMSD.

CHP – System

CHP or also known as Co-generation is a simultaneous production of electricity and usable thermal energy from a single fuel source.  Combined heat and power (CHP) integrates the production of usable heat and power (electricity), in one single, highly efficient process. This contrasts with conventional ways of generating electricity where a vast amount of heat is simply wasted.

The four basic elements that exist in a CHP Plant: –

  1. A Prime Mover (Engine)
  2. An Electricity Generator
  3. A Heat Recovery System
  4. A Control System

Sime Darby Gas Malaysia BioCNG Sdn Bhd

Sime Darby Gas Malaysia BioCNG Sdn Bhd (“SDGMB”) is a joint venture company between Gas Malaysia Berhad (49%) and Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn Bhd (51%). The company was founded in 2015 and was the first in Malaysia to make deliveries of compressed Biomethane to industrial customers.

SDGMB business model addresses the complete value chain of mobile gas solutions, from processing of biogas into compressed Biomethane; to the gas transportation and distribution to end users. The development of such “virtual” pipeline network is economically, safely and expediently achieved by the employment of the most advanced and reliable technologies.

 

Biomethane

Biomethane is a 100% renewable energy source produced by the natural breakdown of organic material such as green waste, household waste, agricultural waste, food industry waste and even industrial waste. The process of breaking down this material in an oxygen-free environment produces biogas, which is then purified to become biomethane.

Also known as ‘green gas’, biomethane properties are similar to those of natural gas, making it suitable for use as vehicle fuel and in heating applications. As for SDGMB, the Biomethane was produced from the biogas derived from anaerobic digestion of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (“POME”).

 

BioCNG System