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PETRONAS

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Transcript of PETRONAS

FLAT ORGANIZATIONS
INFORMATION
PREPARED BY:
CLASS:
PREPARED FOR:
GROUP
SITI HAWA BINTI JAMALUDDIN 2013649346
SIR MUHAMAD RIZUAN BIN ALIAS
KAM 110 1G
INTRODUCTION
PLANNING
CONTROLLING
COMMUNICATION
RAHMAH HAYATI BINTI BAHARUDDIN 2013858364
SITI NORHIDAYU BINTI CHE HASSAN 2013492648
SITI MAS SHOHEDA BINTI MOHD ALI 2013647762
PETRONAS
PETRONAS IN MALAYSIA
LOCATION
Petroliam Nasional Berhad
Tower 1, KLCC
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

To obtain 30% of it’s revenue by 2005 from overseas ventue with foreign partner
OIL
FORM OF BUSINESS
GAS
Petroleum products
PRODUCT AND SERVICES
Petrochemical products
Shipping services
In 1988, Petronas was able to conclude ten new production sharing contracts, the largest number of contracts signed in a year in the history of Malaysian petroleum industry.

Petronas ranks among the top 20 international oil companies, with daily production of more than 750,200 barrels of oil.

The company also holds 4.84 billion barrels of crude oil reserves and 2.5 trillion cubic meters of natural gas reserves.

By early 2000s, Malaysia was competing with Algeria to the world’s second largest LNG exporter.

Petronas has been expanding aggressively into LNG, with Malaysia accounting for 15 percent of total world LNG exports in 2005.


ORGANIZATION CHART
CHAIRMAN
Tan Sri Datuk Dr Ahmad Tajuddin Ali
CHIEF OPERATION OFFICER
Muhammad Nor Hamid
COOPERATE COMMUNICATION
TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT
Maslan Othman
FINANCE & CORPORATE DEPARTMENT
Hj. Mohd Sabri Ahmad
MARKETING DEPARTMENT
Zamri Hasan
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT
Ahmad Hashimi Abdul Manap
PROCUREMENT & CONTRACT DEPARTMENT
Yusoff Mohamed
LEGAL & SECRETARIAL DEPARTMENT
Lakshmi Lucy Ramanathan
OCCUPATIONAL, SAFETY & HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Jekria Hj Ibrahim
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
RAIHA AZNI ABD RAHMAN
MOTIVATION
REWARDS
To be a Leading Oil and Gas Multinational of choice
We are a business entity
Petroleum is our core business
Our primary responsibility is to develop and add value to this national resource
VISSION
MISSION
ACHIEVEMENT
OBJECTIVE
To protect the rights of sovereignty and legitimate rights and interests of Malaysians to own and develop petroleum resources
To protect the rights of sovereignty and legitimate rights and interests of Malaysians to own and develop petroleum resources
ORGANIZATION
INTRODUCTION
PETRONAS is the national oil and gas company of Malaysia and is wholly-owned by the Government of Malaysia. Together with its subsidiaries and associated companies, PETRONAS, a FORTUNE Global 500® company, has fully integrated oil and gas operations in a broad spectrum of the oil and gas value-chain.
(i) the exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas in Malaysia and overseas;
(ii) the liquefaction, sale and transportation of LNG;
(iii) the processing and transmission of natural gas and the sale of natural gas products;
(iv) the refining and marketing of petroleum products;
(v) the manufacture and sale of petrochemical products;
(vi) the trading of crude oil, petroleum products and petrochemical products; and
(vii) shipping and logistics relating to LNG, crude oil and petroleum products. Committed to ensuring business sustainability, PETRONAS also strives to responsibly manage natural resources in a way that contributes holistically to the well-being of the people and nations
where operate.
CHAIN OF COMMAND
Chairman
Chief Operation Officer
Marketing Department
Branches
Branches
Branches
Branches
Locus of Decission Making
Delphi Technique
Petronas will use an experties to manage or help them to make a decission for some problems or future activities.
Brainstorming
Petronas will encourage a group member to overcome some problems that they face.
Levels of Deligation
Petronas deligation of work are base on the merit and tenure.
Petronas will give a reward or bonus to an outstanding employee in order to maintaining discipline of the subordinates.
Bonus:
Special allowance:
Petronas will give a special allowance for those who work overtime.
PROVIDE FACILITIES
Petronas will provide a facilities in order to take care the standard of the organization
PROGRAM AND TRAINING
Petronas will send the subordinates for a training or program
such as meet a counselor in order to motivate them and
at the same time to gain their skills and knowledge.
LEADING
Task Oriented
CONTROLLING
INPUT
PROCESSES
OUTPUT
Petronas will force and push the subordinate to done their work within the time frame no matter what happen base on the customer demand exists.
Employee Oriented
Petronas will give a motivation rather that control or push them in order to make sure they done their work properly if there is no customer demand.
Consumption of crude oil from the earth.
"Process of filtring"
To remove the impurities that exists in the crude oil in order to get a better and quality oil.
The ability to produce a quality product.
MOTIVATION
LEADING
and
and
COMMUNICATION
Vertical Communication
Horizontal Communication
VERTICAL COMMUNICATION
UPWARD
DOWNWARD
UPWARD
The information from the subordinates to the upper manager of Petronas.
DOWNWARD
The information or notice from the manager to the subordinate of Petronas.
HORIZONTAL COMMUNICATION
MANAGER
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
The information or notice send between department of the Petronas.
FORMAL COMMUNICATION
HORIZ ONTAL
UPWARD
DOWNWARD
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
VERTICAL
QUESTION
and
ANSWER
SECTION
ACTIVITIES
Hydrocarbon deposits were first discovered in the Borneo region, which is now under Malaysia territory, in the 1870s.

In 1910, Royal Dutch Shell first drilled for oil in Sarawak, in the northern part of the Island of Borneo.

In August 1974, the Malaysian government under then Tun Abdul Razak established Petroleum Nasional (Petronas) as its national oil company.

It was incorporated on August 17, 1974 under Malaysian Companies Act with the state-owned Ministry of Finance Inc. as its sole shareholder.

Petronas replaced the concessions held by Royal Dutch Shell in Borneo and Exxon on the Malay Peninsula with new production-sharing agreements that came into effect in 1976.
•1975 First export of crude oil
•1976 Conclusion of production sharing contract with Shell and Esso
•1978 Incorporation of Carigali, the exploration arm.
•1980 Incorporation of Asean Bintulu Fertilizer - marking its entry into petrochemicals
•1981 Its first gas station set up in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
•1982 Carigali's first oil discovery in the Dulang oilfield, offshore Terengganu
•1983 Malaysian LNG exported its first shipment of liquified natural gas to Japan
•First refinery with 30,000 bpd capacity in Kertih, Terengganu came onstream
•1984 HQ move to Kompleks Dayabumi
•1985 First fertilizer export. First liquified export.
•1990 First overseas operation - Myanmar
•1994 Petronas Dagangan Bhd - first subsidiary listed on KLSE
•1997 HQ moved from Dayabumi Comples to the Twin Towers

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