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Sarawak disputes report on peatland gas emission

KUCHING: A Dutch consultant report recommending the inclusion of greenhouse gas emission from peatland as a criterion for Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification has been rejected.


LIAM sees 20% growth this year

PETALING JAYA: The Life Insurance Association of Malaysia (LIAM) projects the insurance industry will grow by more than 20% this year and also expects a stronger performance by the insurance industry in 2011.


Taib: Score industries will supply semi-finished products

KUCHING: Downstream manufacturers in Peninsular Malaysia will be able to source some of the semi-finished products, like silicon ingots, from energy-intensive industries to be set up in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (Score).


Sunny future needs more clout

ENHANCING the existing feed-in tariff (FiT) programme under the National Renewable Energy (RE) Policy can encourage a steady growth of the solar energy sector in Malaysia, argues RE/Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) national project team leader and chief technical adviser Ahmad Hadri Haris.


Karambunai in the limelight after budget

PETALING JAYA: Sabah-based Karambunai Corp seems to have received more than its fair share of attention in the past month.


RM5bil Pengerang project to clear EIA by February

PETALING JAYA: Oil and gas service provider Dialog Group Bhd expects to clear the Department of Environment's (DOE) Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) by February next year for its RM5bil deepwater petroleum terminal in Pengerang, Johor.


Only time will tell if Talent Corp will work

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib TunRazak acknowledged the uphill task anddifficulties ahead during the launch ofTalent Corp over the week, which will beoperational from Jan 1.


All’s well that ends well for 2010

THE year 2010 has definitely been a year of emerging markets, with Asia (excluding Japan) in the spotlight because of its strong growth.


A little education, please

Errol Oh grapples with the new entity called project delivery partner and how little is known about it.


Prasarana MD walks the talk

SHAHRIL Mokhtar walks the talk by commuting on the rail be it to work, home or meetings anywhere in the Klang Valley.