Another omen for Taib Mahmud: pictured below is a dried up stretch of river below the Bakun Dam. This picture was published in the front page of a local Chinese daily in Sarawak. [googlemaps https://maps.google.com.my/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=bakun+dam&daddr=&geocode=FSUPKgAd0HbMBilVkzxlWIEcMjHagwqmzper3A&hl=en&mra=ls&sll=2.811371,114.208374&sspn=2.616853,4.938354&ie=UTF8&t=h&ll=3.699819,113.774414&spn=3.836487,5.493164&z=7&output=embed&w=500&h=350] Another photo can be found at...
The developers of the RM25 billion Penang Global City Centre (PGCC) project have been telling us how green and carbon-free their project is going to be. But what they didn't tell us is they actually wanted to cram in...
Reports say that Petronas has terminated production sharing contracts in two blocks as the areas are "no longer a part of Malaysia". See a Reuters report here and an Edge report here. Murphy Oil was informed by Petronas that the...
PKR back-bencher Sim Tze Tzin (Batu Uban Pantai Jerejak) has delivered a visionary speech in the Penang State Assembly that received praise from the Speaker. Speaker Abdul Halim Hussain described Sim's speech as people-centric, reports theSun today. Sim made several suggestions...
Power demand is dropping as the economic slowdown creeps up on us, but TNB is being forced to pay more in capacity charges to IPPs and take over the laying of the Bakun undersea cables (to transmit even more...