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Supporting Organisations

Energy Industries Council (EIC)

EIC is one of the world’s largest energy trade associations for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide. Established in 1943, the EIC is a not-for-profit organisation with a membership of over 900 companies worldwide. Its members range in size from major international contractors, operators and manufacturers through to more specialised product and service companies.

Talent Corporation Malaysia Berhad (TalentCorp)

Talent Corporation Malaysia Berhad (TalentCorp) was established on 1 January 2011. We are an agency under the Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR) that drives Malaysia’s talent strategy towards becoming a dynamic talent hub. We partner with the public and private sector to implement initiatives that attract, nurture and retain the right expertise needed to meet talent demands of today and in the future.

Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC)

The Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC) is an agency under the Ministry of Economy. Established in April 2011, MPRC works to advance Malaysia’s Oil and Gas Services and Equipment (OGSE) industry and promote its development towards cleaner and sustainable energy. MPRC supports the Ministry of Economy in advocating for energy transition with gas as a crucial transition fuel and positioning Malaysia as a gas market hub for the ASEAN region. Additionally, MPRC collaborates with government ministries, agencies, and industry associations to implement initiatives that foster a robust, resilient, and globally competitive OGSE sector, contributing to sustainable national development in Malaysia.

The Malaysian Oil, Gas & Energy Services Council (MOGSC)

The Malaysian Oil, Gas and Energy Services Council (MOGSC), the largest industry association representing the interests of the Oil, Gas and Energy Industry in Malaysia was established almost 20 years ago in 2003. MOGSC’s main mission is to promote, create awareness, increase the profile and visibility of our members. Now, the association has more than 500 corporate and associate members from every segment of the Oil, Gas & Energy supply chain representing about 60,000 workforce. We also engage and collaborate with industry stakeholders, associations and government agencies for the benefit of the industry and is increasingly becoming a reference of information for the Government and Media.

Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA)

Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA) is an industry association representing the petrochemical industry of Malaysia. MPA was formed on March 19, 1997 and is registered with the Registrar of Societies in Malaysia. At present, members of MPA include companies engaged in the manufacture and trading of petrochemicals and plastic resins, as well as provide services required by the petrochemical industry.

Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB)

MyCEB, established in 2009 by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, aims to strengthen Malaysia’s business tourism brand and international position. As a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLBG), MyCEB acts as a central hub to support meeting and event planners in hosting international business events in Malaysia. It also facilitates national product development and strives to enhance Malaysia’s rankings as an international meetings destination within the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA). In April 2021, MyCEB launched the ‘Malaysia Business Events Strategic Marketing Plan 2021 – 2030,’ which focuses on optimization, foresight, and competitiveness as the key strategic axes to improve performance. These strategies are implemented, planned, and monitored in collaboration with the industry.

The Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP)

AMPP is a global community focused on corrosion control and protective coatings, dedicated to advancing materials protection through education, accreditation, innovation, and standardization. They represent the largest global community of professionals in this field, committed to advancing expertise in corrosion prevention and ensuring sustainable infrastructure through high-performance materials.

Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM)

The Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM) is a professional society and certification body with over 6,000 members. It promotes materials science, technology, and engineering through certification courses and industry collaborations. IMM’s courses are endorsed by key industries like oil and gas, shipbuilding, construction, and transport, offering career advancement and meeting industry standards. They also organize conferences, workshops, and awareness programs, including the International Materials Technology Conference (IMTCE). With ISO/IEC 17024 accreditation, IMM aims to be an internationally recognized certifying body, fostering collaboration between industry and academia.


InvestKL, an agency under the Ministry of Investment, Trade, and Industry, is dedicated to luring Fortune 500 and Forbes 2000 multinationals, unicorns, fast-growing, and hidden champion companies to establish regional hubs in Greater Kuala Lumpur. This economically vibrant city is the perfect MNC hub, especially for sectors like oil, gas, energy, engineering, technology, and Industry 4.0. InvestKL collaborates with government bodies to attract MNCs from the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific, boosting their growth in Asia through regional business, innovation, talent, and high-value services.

Malaysia OSV Owners’ Association (MOSVA)

The Malaysia OSV Owners’ Association (MOSVA) was established on June 16th, 2011, with the primary objectives of providing a platform for industry concerns, enhancing industry harmonization, promoting research and development in technical support and services, and facilitating training and human resources development for the OSV industry. MOSVA represents Malaysian ship owners who own and operate various types of Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs) that support exploration and production activities in the oil and gas industries. MOSVA also encourages other industry players such as financial institutions, maritime training institutions, shipyards, marine insurance providers, and vessel classification societies associated with the oil and gas industry to become associated members.

Malaysian Gas Association (MGA)

The Malaysian Gas Association (MGA) was established in 1986 by leading global oil and gas companies as a non-profit organization to promote Malaysia’s natural gas industry. MGA has 130 corporate members involved in gas production, delivery, consumption, and support services. MGA is a charter member of the International Gas Union (IGU) and has held the presidency from 2009 to 2012. MGA actively participates in international gas events and is a member of GASEX, comprising associations from 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

Malaysian Oil and Gas Engineering Council (MOGEC)

MOGEC, established in 1999 by six prominent design services engineering consultants serving the upstream oil and gas industry and known as the Malaysian Oil & Gas Engineering Council, aims to provide a forum for discussion on common interests, promote cooperation among members, facilitate the utilization and advancement of local resources in the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries, collaborate with local research centers and institutions to foster skills development in Malaysia, and foster the growth of graduate engineers in the oil, gas, and petrochemical sectors.

Malaysian Society for Engineering & Technology (MySET)

MySET is a dynamic platform that fosters networking, professionalism, and ethical conduct. We nurture professionals to become industry leaders by providing growth opportunities and supporting interdisciplinary collaboration among engineers, technologists, architects, quantity surveyors, and other professionals. Our focus includes research, innovation, and the development of new materials and systems for national development. We promote accreditation, professional systems, and international mobility for engineering and technology professionals. We also offer education, training, and CPD programs to enhance member skills and knowledge.

Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry

The AHKs in Malaysia have been fulfilling their role as an advocacy group, membership organization, and service provider since 1991, officially representing the German economy, supporting member companies, and providing professional advice and support for successful business expansion abroad through their service brand DEinternational.

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