Monday, October 24, 2011

Petronas anugerah projek kepada firma tidak berlesen?



Kira-kira 15 tahun dahulu, Petronas hanyalah syarikat kerdil di kalangan syarikat-syarikat minyak gergasi antarabangsa seperti Shell dan Esso. Sehingga Petronas mendapat “sentuhan” daripada bekas CEO Petronas, Tan Sri Hassan Marican berjaya membawa dan menempatkan Petronas dikalangan syarikat multinasional yang cukup elit di dunia.


Apabila meninggalkan Petronas (ada pihak kata beliau tidak berpuashati dengan campurtangan isteri seorang pemimpin UMNO yang mahu syarat-syarat yang ketat dalam Petronas diubah bagi membolehkan Syarikat miliknya yang tidak berpengalaman dalam bidang petroleum menguasai Kontrak-kontrak Petronas) Tan Sri Hassan Marican menyertai SembCorp Industries - sepenuhnya sila baca di (SINI)

Rupa-rupanya sangkaan aku diatas tu tidak berapa betul.. Bukan saja syarat-syarat yang ketat dalam Petronas diubah bagi membolehkan Syarikat Kroni UMNO menguasai Kontrak-kontrak Petronas.. malah Syarikat yang tak berlesen juga turut serta..


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Malaysia Petronas to award jobs to unlicensed firms

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's state oil firm Petronas will award contracts to unlicensed energy services companies to encourage greater competition in the oil and gas industry, The Edge weekly newspaper said citing unidentified sources.

The move would be a departure from the current practice where Petronas only hands out jobs to licensed players in certain segments such as oil and gas equipment makers and offshore support vessel operators, the report said.

The liberalisation measure is aimed at drawing more foreign investment to develop Malaysia as a regional energy hub, it added.

Petronas was not immediately available for comment. The move would expose local energy services companies such as Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd , Kencana Petroleum and Ramunia Holdings Bhd to competition.

But the change would not apply to the bumiputra vendor programme, where companies controlled by ethnic Malays are given preference under a policy aimed at redistributing national wealth, The Edge said.


The Economic Times

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