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Malaysia has "hardly spent anything" in the search mission for the missing MH370 jetliner, said acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. He said this is because other countries such as Australia, China and the United States have
Petronas, General Electric, AirAsia and Astro are among the companies which had lent a helping hand to the Government's efforts to eradicate poverty in Malaysia through the Government Transformation Programme (GTP). Government sought the cooperation
Sudan's oil minister, Makkawi Mohamed Awad, announced on Monday that Sudan's oil reserve is estimated at 4 billion barrels, predicting an increase in oil production in the coming years. He disclosed in press statements following his meeting with the
Photos Balco and Icon Structures were named the winners of the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Small Business of the Year Award. The awards luncheon was held Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency Wichita. Balco competed in Tier 2 for companies with
The Liberal government's plan to charge oil and gas companies a liquefied natural gas tax of up to seven per cent is the subject of ongoing negotiations, Finance Minister Mike de Jong said Monday. Discussions about cost are included in a letter of
The job cuts will primarily affect production, marketing and administration.
The Ministry of Energy awarded 16 of the 18 onshore blocks offered in the tender in mid-October 2013. Videsh Ltd., Malaysia's Petronas Carigali, Canada's Pacific Ener.
The Star's assistant news editor Yip Yoke Teng won a MPI-Petronas award for best public service reporting. The Star bagged two prizes at the Malaysian Press Institute MPI-Petronas Malaysian Journalism Awards 2013. Assistant news editor Yip Yoke Teng
Shell said Thursday it encountered a major deposit of natural gas while drilling in the deep waters off the coast of Malaysia. Shell said it encountered a gas column measuring 1,476 feet thick while drilling its Rosmari-1 well in deep Malaysia waters.
Despite their troubles assembling a fully functional government, Lebanese authorities are at last in a position to start tackling their patch of one of the world's biggest and most politically divisive natural gas frontiers. Bureaucracy, spillover