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21 June 2017 - MAJLIS PENYERAHAN ZAKAT PERNIAGAAN 2016 SEC KEPADA MUIS, SABAH BERTEMPAT DI PEJABAT SEC, WISMA BANDARAYA

 

 

(SEC CEO DATO' HARUN ISMAIL PRESENTING THE ZAKAT MOCK CHEQUE TO TIMB. PENGERUSI MUIS EN. JUNAIDI JUMAHAD)

 

 

This year SEC made a Business ZAKAT contribution for 2016 of RM82,444.58 to MUIS Sabah. Dato' Harun Ismail CEO of Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn. Bhd. presented the ZAKAT cheque to Timbalan Pengerusi MUIS En. Junaidi Jumahad in a ceremony today (21st June 2017) at SEC office, Wisma Bandaraya, Kota Kinabalu.

 

 

20 June 2017 - MAJLIS PENYERAHAN BANTUAN PEMBAIKAN DAN KELENGKAPAN ASAS SEKOLAH, SMK DATUK PENGIRAN GALPAM, SANDAKAN

 

SEC through its CSR program has donated and contributes to repairs of classroom of SMK Datuk Pengiran Galpam, Sandakan. SEC Chairman Ybhg Datuk Au Kam Wah officiate the event.

 

 

 

 

Ybhg Dato' Harun Ismail CEO of SEC state that SEC being the State owned Company is responsible to assist the State Government

 

 

 

 

Ybhg Dato' Harun Ismail CEO of SEC state that SEC being the State owned Company is responsible to assist the State Government aspiration to help the society in needs. SMK Datuk Pengiran Galpam is one of many SEC effort in helping the society through its CSR program. Dato' Harun Ismail hope that with this assistance it will contribute and provides conducive learning environment to the students of SMK Datuk Pengiran Galpam. Dato' Harun also said that education is vital in producing quality human capital. This echo by Datuk Au Kam Wah Elopura Assemblyman and Chairman of SEC stating that a quality human capital would contribute to the progress of the state and country.

 

 

 

 

 

SEC PARTICIPATION IN SABAH QUARRY OWNERS ASSOCIATION (SQOA) EXHIBITION HELD ON 16TH JUNE 2017 TO 17TH JUNE 2017.

 

 

(SEC DCEO/CFO Mr Christopher Ng briefed the Asst. Minister to the Chief Minister YB Ir. Edmund Yong)

 

SEC participated in the Sabah Quarry Owners Association exhibition as a platform to reach out to quarry owners. A paper entitled “Natural Gas – Your Energy Solution” delivered by Mr. Kevin Padasian and Mr. Aizat Bandara. SEC showcased its “Tube Trailer” at the exhibition.

 

10 June 2017 - MAJLIS BERBUKA PUASA BERSAMA KETUA MENTERI DI DUN N 42, MASJID EI-NIZAM, SUNGAI KAYU, SANDAKAN.

 

 

(CHIEF MINISTER YAB DATUK SERI MUSA AMAN DELIVERING HIS SPEECH AT THE FUNCTION.)

 

In conjunction with the fasting month, SEC held a Majlis Berbuka Puasa bersama Ketua Menteri at DUN N. 42 Masjid El-Nizam, Sg. Kayu, Sandakan.

 

 

At the function SEC donated Sejadah, Yaasiin, Kain Pelikat and Eco-beg to 900 recipients at Sg. Kayu, Sandakan.

 

 

 

(YB DATUK AU KAM WAH AND DATO' HARUN GIVING AWAY DONATIONS TO THE RECIPIENTS)

 

SEC Chairman Ybhg Datuk Au Kam Wah, SEC Chief Executive Officer Dato' Harun Ismail and Deputy Chief Executive Officer/Chief Financial Officer Mr. Christopher Ng attended the function and give away SEC donation to 900 recipients including donation of 100 sejadah to Masjid El-Nizam.

 

 

(SOME OF THE RECIPIENTS)

 

16 June 2017 - SEC TREATS ORPHANS TO BREAK FAST AND DONATED 50 CHAIRS AND 6 DINING TABLES.

 

 

 

A total of 19 orphans from the Rumah Anak-Anak Yatim Nur Taqwa, Kota Belud were treated with an array of sumptuous delights, courtesy of Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn. Bhd.

 

 

The orphans were treated to a breaking of fast at Sabah Oriental Hotel on 16th June 2017.

 

 

Earlier, the children were brought to get their Hari Raya attires such as Baju Melayu (for the boys), Baju Kurung (for the girls), songkok and sandals.

 

 

 

At the function, SEC's Deputy Chairman Ybhg Datuk Kadoh Agungdong handed 50 chairs and 6 dining tables to the orphanage home Administrator Tn. Hj. Lamdin Abdul Rahman. SEC CEO Dato' Harun Ismail handed duit Raya cash to the orphanage children collected from himself and SEC's employees.

 

 

Dato' Harun Ismail said that SEC choose Rumah Anak-Anak Yatim Nur Taqwa because they are in dire need of facilities such as chairs and dining table. Prior to the donation the children sit on the floor to take their food. Thus, SEC decided to donate them with this needs.

 

 

22 April 2017 - Over 50 schools sign up for OSH programme.

 

 

Extracted from the New Sabah Times dated 22nd April 2017.

 

11 April 2017 - Sabah Energy declares RM7 million dividend to State Govt.

 

 

Extracted from the Daily Express dated 11th April 2017.

 

16 March 2017 - LAUCHING OF SEC’s 3rd PHASE GAS DISTRIBUTION PROJECT.

 

 

Sabah Chief Minister, YAB Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Haji Aman launching SEC's 3rd Gas Distribution Project at Le Meridien Hotel, Kota Kinabalu.

 

Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn Bhd (SEC) announced its 3rd phase Gas Distribution initiative which will entail distributing Natural Gas in liquefied form.

 

This 3rd Phase initiative which was launched by the Chief Minister, YAB Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Haji Aman.

 

SEC is partnering with Zhangjiagang Furui Special Equipment Co. Ltd. (FURUISE) to set up a Company known as SEC Gas Sdn. Bhd. to build, own and operate a new facility in KKIP to convert natural gas from its gaseous form to liquid. This natural gas in liquid form will then be distributed in tankers to its customer's premises. SEC will be the majority partner while FURUISE the technology provider will hold a minority stake in the new company.

 

Dato' Harun Haji Ismail, the Chief Executive Officer of SEC explained that SEC has been distributing natural gas which is a cleaner and cost competitive energy, by pipeline since 1986. This 1st phase of distribution by pipeline was then followed by an alternative approach to bring natural gas beyond the boundaries of the physical pipeline network. The alternative 2nd Phase known as the Virtual Gas Pipeline System (VPS) of delivering Compressed Natural Gas which was launched in 2012 enabled SEC to increase the gas delivery volume by four times. SEC is now supplying natural gas to 22 customers within the greater Kota Kinabalu area.

 

Dato' Harun added there are other segments of energy users that require SEC’s natural gas which is cleaner and cheaper than alternative fuels. Some of these users have however been constrained by either their individually smaller consumption, faced space constraints for the larger Compressed Gas containers or are located further than the range of the existing VPS delivery system. The availability of liquefied natural gas launched under this 3rd phase will be able to overcome these constraints. SEC Gas Sdn. Bhd.'s facility is the first of its kind in Malaysia and liquefied gas is expected to be available for distribution in about 12 months from today.

 

 

SABAH ENERGY CORPORATION’S LATEST VIRTUAL PIPELINE SYSTEM (VPS) CUSTOMER.

 

 

KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia – 19 January 2017: Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn Bhd (“SEC”), the licensed distributor and seller of natural gas in Sabah and the Federal Territory of Labuan today officially commissioned its ninth Daughter Station that is located at Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru & Spa (STAR), Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu.


The official commissioning ceremony was launched by Dato’ Harun Haji Ismail, Chief Executive Officer of SEC. Dato’ Harun Haji Ismail was joined at the ceremony by Mr. Gavin Weightman, General Manager of STAR, senior Management and staff of STAR and SEC.

 

Quote from Dato’ Harun Haji Ismail: “Sabah Energy Corporation has a proven track record in providing Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to its customers. Today, we are pleased to include STAR as our ninth customer. Our Virtual Pipeline System which delivers CNG is a safe, reliable and effective method of delivering energy to industrial and commercial customers in Sabah. SEC and STAR are delighted to achieve this momentous occasion of the official commissioning of the Daughter Station at STAR today. The Daughter Station stores and supplies Compressed Natural Gas, the cleanest form of fossil fuel, to STAR.”


SEC is committed to expanding the growth of natural gas supply by extending its CNG Virtual Pipeline System to various customers who are located in areas where there is limited or no existing network of gas pipeline. SEC is optimistic that more companies in Sabah will enjoy the benefits of natural gas such as clean burning fuel, relatively lower cost of fuel compared to diesel, LPG and MFO while reducing the carbon footprint of existing hotel resorts, factories and industrial processing plants.

 

 

 



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