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INTRODUCTION TO GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR RESIDENTIALS AND COMMERCIALS

Table of Contents
Introduction to Gas Malaysia LPG Characteristics NG Characteristics Supply Concept Codes and Standards GMB G Commitment C i

INTRODUCTION TO GAS MALAYSIA

Introduction to Gas Malaysia

About us
Incorporated on May 16, 16 1992 Licensed to distribute natural gas In 2000 was Licensed to distribute LPG Distribute NG and LPG through pipeline within peninsular Malaysia

Introduction to Gas Malaysia

Shareholders

Introduction to Gas Malaysia

Regulatory Framework
MINISTRY OF ENERGY, GREEN TECHNOLOGY & WATER PRIME MINISTER DEPT ECONOMIC PLANNING UNIT

LPG COMPONENTS & CHARACTERISTICS

LPG Components p
OTHERS 0.5% PROPANE 39 5% 39.5% BUTANE 60%

LPG Characteristics
Tasteless Colorless Originally O i i ll odorless d l Non-toxic

LPG Characteristics
Air LPG

Heavier than air (SG=1 (SG=1.92) 92)

NG COMPONENTS & CHARACTERISTICS

NG Components
ETHANE 5 4% 5.4% OTHERS 2.4%

METHANE 92.2%

NG Characteristics
Tasteless Colorless Originally O i i ll odorless d l Non-toxic

NG Characteristics

Air

NG

Lighter than air (SG = 0.61)

LPG and NG Characteristics

Description p
Components Specific p g gravity y( (air = 1.0) ) Flammability Limit Auto ignition temperature

LPG
Mainly propane & butane 1.92 2% - 10% 510oC

NG
Mainly methane 0.61 5% - 15% 630oC

SUPPLY CONCEPT

Supply Concept

LPG Supply Concept


MANIFOLD SYSTEM

5 psi

COMMERCIAL

70 psi i 100 psi i

5 psi

2nd STAGE REGULATOR PE p pipe p

0.5 psi

1ST STAGE REGULATOR

METER RESIDENTIAL

BULK TANK

LPG Bulk Tank

LPG Cylinder Manifold

Supply Concept

NG Transmission System y
JDA
LAWIT

K Kangar Gurun

JERNIH

BEKOK

Phase 3 Tok Arun Kertih PGU Loop 1

RESAK

SOTONG DUYONG

Phase 1

NATUNA
Kuala Lumpur PGU Loop 2 Putrajaya Phase 2

PENINSULAR MALAYSIA GAS SUPPLY NETWORK

KLIA Port Dickson Melaka

Segamat Pasir Gudang

Johor Bahru
Singapore

Supply Concept

NG Distribution System
1000 psig

City Gate PGU

Odorizer Station

Feeder Line 260 psig

District Station Distribution Line 60 psig

Regulating Station 4 3 psig 4.3 i M M Internal Piping Area Station Distribution Line 60 psig Internal Piping M M Multiple End-users/ Shopping Complexes

M = METER

0.43 psig Residential

NG Station

CODES AND STANDARDS

Codes and Standards


N No 1. 2. Pi i Piping Section S ti All Sections Main Pipelines and Stations LPG Storage C d Codes, St d d and Standards d Engineering E i i Practice P ti Gas Supply Act 1993 Gas Supply Regulations 1997 ASME B31.8: 2003 Gas Transmission and p g Systems y Distribution Piping MS830: 2003 - Code Of Practice For The Storage, Handling And Transportation Of Li Liquefied fi d Petroleum P t l Gases G MS930: 1986 - Code Of Practice For The Installation Of Fuel Gas Piping Systems And Appliances Guidelines on Domestic Gas Piping System (Energy Commission)

3.

4.

Internal Piping

GMB COMMITMENT

GMB Commitment

GMB Objective Obj ti


To ensure supply is Safe Stable St bl Continuous

GMB Commitment

Key Responsibility
Daily Operations
Pipeline Inspection and surveillance Facilities maintenance Third party supervision

GMB Commitment

Key Responsibility Responsibility continuation


Troubleshoot & Repair Emergency Response Operations Control Center

GMB Responsibility

GMB Services to Customers


Attend to emergency / complaint Assist in technical matters Ensure compliance with regulations

GMB Responsibility

Call attended: Supply Interruption


Item 1. 2 2. 3. Category Due to system failure/misoperation at GMB's facilities Due to third party Due to customers T t l Total Number of calls 12 50 136 198
Jan Sep 2013

THANK YOU

GMB Responsibility

Call attended: Gas Leak


Item 1 1. 2. 3. Category Due to system failure/misoperation at GMB's facilities Due to third party Due to customers Total Number of calls 107 2 56 165

Jan Jun 2013

GMB Responsibility

Call attended: Others


Item 1. 2. 3. 4 4. 5. 6. Gas release Fire High Pressure L Low Pressure P False alarm Others Total Category Number of calls 18 5 3 33 143 7 209

Jan Jun 2013