What You Should Do
“ Gas Malaysia would be delighted to work with you. All activities within the vicinity of our distribution network requires further notification to Gas Malaysia Berhad. We request all contractors to obtain the relevant information regarding our facilities and submit their work plans before commencing any activities. ”
1. Obtaining Information on The Location of Our Pipelines
To obtain information on the exact location of our pipelines, it is advisable that you submit a request for information at any of our offices nationwide (at least four working days in advance). All written requests should detail the work plans and exact location of work.
2. Obtaining a Work Permit
In the event that a pipeline is located within the vicinity of the intended area of work, you would be required to apply for a work permit.
3. When To Commence Work
Under the Gas Supply Act 1993, work can only commence once the contractors have obtained an official approval from Gas Malaysia.
In the event that a pipeline is located within the vicinity of the intended area of work, the contactor would be required to apply for a work permit. However, if there are no pipelines within the vicinity, Gas Malaysia shall reply to the requesting party accordingly, permitting the commencement of work immediately.
For areas within the vicinity of our pipelines, Gas Malaysia requires one of its representatives to be present on-site during the commencement of work.
4. Ensure Safe Working Environment
Please ensure the following safety measures are observed when carrying out activities within the vicinity of our pipelines:
- Do NOT allow any heavy machinery to bypass on or near the underground pipeline route.
- Do NOT litter near the gas pipeline facilities.
- Do NOT allow open burning near the gas pipeline facilities.