New O&G consortium formed
By:Tania Lam
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Petroleum Contractors Association (Speca) aims to be a major player in Sarawak’s oil and gas industry through the establishment of Speca Consortium Sdn Bhd.

According to a report by the Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas), Speca president Datuk Rahman Lariwoo expressed confidence that members of the consortium would be able to guide the growth of the industry based on their prior experience.

“My hope as the president of Speca Consortium Sdn Bhd is to become one of the giant companies in Sarawak’s oil and gas sector.

“I am fully confident in the ability of the members in the consortium carrying out works like giants Serba Dinamik or Sapura, as they were the backbone before who carried out works awarded to them,” he said in a press conference after chairing the association’s Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) today.

In this regard, Rahman hoped that the state government through Petroleum Sarawak Berhad (Petros) and major industry players would allow Speca and its members to be involved in the industry together.

The EGM was held to confirm the appointment of Speca’s executive committee for the 2021-2023 terms and to approve the establishment of Speca Consortium Sdn Bhd.

Speca’s executive committee members for the 2021-2023 periods are Datuk Rahman Lariwoo as president; Ir Jamel Ibrahim as vice-president I; Datuk Ir Janang Bungsu as vice-president II; Ahmad Sazali Annuar (secretary); Arif Haqeem Ahmad Sazali (assistant secretary); Gajalie Sazalie (treasurer, while the members include Ir Talhah@Talha Affendi, Hafisz Rachman Drahman, Polit Hamzah, Lau Tiew Kung, Liaw Soon Loo, Ng Chee Hieng, Michael James Ngusek and Tommy Raymond Jok

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