Historical, but hey. Though, my memories of state owned industries being successful is not that great. And I would be more interested in the O&G roadshow. And the PSC terms for Petros.
Dateline 2017-07-05, Borneo Post online:
The state-owned oil and gas (O&G) company is expected to commence operations early next year.
According to Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg, ‘Petroleum Sarawak’ – or Petros – is going to be ‘100 per cent owned’ by the state government, which would then work together with national petroleum company Petronas.
“Hopefully, the name (Petroleum Sarawak) is OK – nobody will be using that name, Petros.
“The company is expected to be in operations within six month because we must get our side ready for us to get involved in the upstream oil and gas activities,” he told reporters after the launch of Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) roadshow here yesterday.
Abang Johari, who is also in-charge of Sarawak O&G, said at the moment the state does not have its own company that solely looks after upstream operations.