The proposed hydroelectric project is a prescribed activity under the Environmental Quality (Prescribed Activities) under Schedule of the Environmental Quality (Environmental Impact Assessment) Order, 1987. The requirement for the DEIA study is stipulated under section 34A of the Environmental Quality Act, 1974. In compliance with the above requirements, A DEIA report of the proposed project to be prepared for the approval of the Department of Environment (DOE).
2 storage reservoirs namely the Puah reservoir and Tembat reservoir with a surface area of 60 km2 and 1.3km2 respectively; two dams i.e. 78m-high earth f ill dam on the upper Sg. Terengganu Mati just downstream of its conf l uence with Sg. Puah and a 30m-high roller compacted concrete (RCC) dam on Sg. Tembat; An underground power house with 212 MW installed capacity; A diversion dam on the adjacent Sg. Tembat; A short diversion tunnel between the Tembat and Puah reservoirs. The Project will generate an average of 406 GWh of essential peak energy per annum.
Being the first southeast ASIA country to build and operate a cross border High Speed Rail (HSR) known capabilities as project management, modeller, development and designing.
- We coordinate the initiative and ensure the project management standards are followed.We envision development of production of components, system integration, software provision, project development and management.
- Act as project catalyst of socio-economic development in each city along the HSR corridor.
- Setting up a supporting ecosystem to the Malaysia economy.
- We provide HSR industry blue print as benchmark and framework.
- We perform demand and supply gap analysis.
Provision of Professional Service Advisory
For The Assessment And Improvement Of Food Provisions To Offshore Staff Of Newfield Peninsula Inc.
Healthy food options should be provided in order to promote healthy eating practice among offshore staff. This will give opportunity for them to make healthier option. However, drastic change for example by providing only healthy options may not be acceptable for the staff as changing eating behaviour is a gradual process. Therefore, a healthy set menu is suggested to be implemented in o Offshore food service for SKE offshore staff. Providing a healthy set menu together with other less healthy food without promoting it to the staff may not produce positive outcome as staff may not know which food are healthier than others. Therefore, by selecting or modify one or few food items in each meal from the existing menu and highlight them as a healthier food than others is one of the method to provide nutrition education to the staff. This can facilitate them to make a better food choices. UKMP consultants provide the nutritional information and benefits of healthy set menu that are suggested. This nutritional information is suggested to be disseminate to offshore daily using f lat screen monitor at the serving area or during morning briefing by Medic.