This just popped in from the media.
My earlier article about transportation of Consumer Petroleum products touches on the viability of Cylinder Gas at a very premium price in certain area in Sarawak. The Government and O&G sector infrastructure to operate this pipeline shall reduced the cost of the GAS to these people. Ultimately, it is a matter of cost of transportation that drives the retail price and not the cost of the goods produced.
It is academically viable to have such type of infrastructure built. Still it is all on the onus of the O&G to facilitate and submerge these cost to make it more viable to the community at large and the community at hand.