It’s already 2 July, and still no sign of Petronas’ results for the financial year ended 31 March 2008.
I hope the government or top management are not waiting for the big 6 July oil price hike protest to be over first.
In previous years, Petronas announced its financial results to the media by the end of June.
Financial year 2007 results were released on 28 June.
FY2006 released on 29 June.
FY2005 released on 30 June.
FY2004 released on 30 June.
FY2003 released on 30 June.
So what’s holding it back this time?
Another thing, if Petronas’ top management can brief the ministers about their operations, why can’t they brief the public as well? The oil resources belong to the public, not just the cabinet.