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Right timing for Genting deal

GENTING Bhd, which is proposing to invest in four power plants in China, seems to have chosen the right time to enter the Chinese power generation industry.

Khazanah sees improved values in GLCs

The first year of the massive revamp of government linked companies is ovber. Khazanah Nasional Bhd managing director Datuk Azman Mokhtar gave a report card of the performance of those companies and what would be in store for some of them.

TNB in talks with firm to save fuel costs

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) is said to be currently exploring the use of a technology that would enable coal-fired power plants to use high sulphur coal and save the power industry billions of ringgit in fuel cost.

Keng Yaik: Govt to wait for outcome of forum on power hike

THE government will wait for the results of a consultative forum before allowing an increase in electricity tariffs, said Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik.

Check on power producers, commission told

The Energy Commission has been instructed to constantly check on power producers to prevent future blackouts similar to the one on Jan 13 which affected the southern and central regions of the peninsula.

Consumers given say in energy matters

Consumers, investors and power producers will all have a say in matters pertaining to the nation#8217;s energy when the Energy Commission, which independently monitors the electricity industry, sets up its consultative committee.

TNB earnings in line with forecasts

There is cause for optimism in Tenaga Nasional Bhd's (TNB) first-quarter earnings released on Wednesday as, excluding the forex loss, the numbers are in line with analysts' estimates.

Clear dividend policies in vogue

THERE is a promising trend in initial public offerings (IPOs) for companies to distinctly state their dividend policies as investors have become more demanding in respect of visibility of financial returns.

TNB debt-cutting plan next year

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) expects to present a plan in the second quarter next year on how it will reduce its debts of RM32.5bil and bring down its gearing level from nearly two times to 1.5 times within five years.

EPF invests in direct private equity

THE Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has begun investing in Direct Private Ventures as part of its portfolio diversification programme.