Former Umno man says Uzma participated in the tender process.
It is believed that the reports are over an article which alleged preferential treatment for certain companies.
This after Syed Saddiq's communications team tweeted a photo of him fueling up at a Petronas station, on the way to Cameron Highlands.
A video showing waves smashing into oil rig in T’gganu has gone viral.
The petroleum company attributes the problem to 'product mishandling' and promises to compensate those affected.
Five universities will get their own Petronas station which is to be managed by the universities themselves.
The finance minister cites the country's 'resilient' economy amid falling petroleum income revenue and rising crude Brent oil prices.
The PM says the company paid the gov't RM80b when oil price was almost double of what it is now.
This after the finance minister and his special officer apparently contradict each other on Petronas downgrade.
UPDATED 5.15PM | He says the company shouldn't be downgraded because of the special dividend.
All dividend payments, including the one-off RM30b payment, will also take into account operational costs.
The 5pct tax on petrol products was announced in the recently tabled state budget.
They wouldn't give it to us if they didn't have enough, he notes.
The change is based on the ratings outlook for PLL's ultimate parent, Petronas, yesterday.
The former PM says the downgrade could affect Malaysia's credit ratings as well.
The rating agency says Petronas’ profile may deteriorate if the gov’t continues to ask it to pay high dividends despite declining oil prices.
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The oil agreement signed between Petronas and the Sarawak government has been unenforceable and has not been approved by for over 44 years.
Envoy Rashvan Usmanov says it's imperative Petronas re-establishes its footprint in Uzbekistan.
The oil company says it first applied to be a gov't vendor in 2015, and to be a supplier the next year.
This is a hike of RM5 billion, backed by improved oil prices and group earnings, says its CEO.
Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin will remain as Petronas president and group chief executive.
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Abang Johari says this after apex court dismissed Petronas suit yesterday.