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BIG hopes to join second oil consortium

BIG Industries Bhd hopes its expertise in the oil and gas sector would qualify it to be a member of the consortium proposed as a second national oil corporation to undertake the development of marginal oil fields.

Diesel and petrol engines

Daddy Fixit has the answers to your car problems.

Baking and bread-winning

Baker's blood runs in the family for baking technologist Don Yong whose parents opened a bakery in the 1960s. One of his earliest memories is of icing a birthday cake as a 12-year-old at the bakery.

BIG Industries unit aims to be Petronas vendor

BIG Oil and Gas (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd sees a good chance of becoming a Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) vendor, which will be a major boost to its business in the oil and gas industry.

Languishing in the heat

The leading scientist of the world#8217;s authoritative body on climate change shares his views and concerns on the global environmental crisis with TAN CHENG LI.

The art of airing

WINES 'breathe' in the presence of air but not like humans do. When wines breathe, they 'open up'. What this means is that the aromas and flavours in the wine develop.

Team learns fire prevention

KNOWING what to do in the event of a fire is important and can even save lives. Knowledge of fire fighting and prevention becomes even more crucial in places where there are many people. So when Nilai International College#039;s Fire Fighting Team was formed, the campus held a fire prevention talk for the benefit of its staff and students.

Jetro study on KL waste recycling

THE Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) is carrying a feasibility study on the possibility of establishing a system for materials recycling and energy recovering from solid waste collected daily by Kuala Lumpur City Hall or Putrajaya Corp.

Cleaner fuel

Asian cement-makers are cutting costs and curbing global warming at the same by switching to rice husks for fuel, DOMINIC WHITING reports.

Air-cons may be cause of lethargy

THAT air-conditioner blasting away all night is very likely the cause of people waking up feeling tired the next morning, according to a recent Singapore study.