After closing the last of its 19 petrol stations in Cambodia in April 2010, Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is again eyeing the country’s oil and gas (O&G) sector.
According to Petronas president and chief executive officer Shamsul Azhar Abbas, the Malaysian national oil company will deliberate on the merits of re-entering the Indochinese nation should the company be able to work out a win-win deal with the Cambodian authorities.
“We will consider participating in Cambodia’s O&G sector if there are opportunities which are of interest and mutual value to both Petronas and Cambodia,” Shamsul told The Edge.
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