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My Oil and Gas Adventure – Resource Magazine

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My Oil and Gas Adventure Hard work and skills are crucial to a career from the first interview through to senior management. But a passion for people at work and in our society puts magic into one’s life. By Anas Alam Faizli I still remember getting the shock of my life when I arrived at Asia’s southernmost tip, or as …

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Speech of Graduate Representative at OUM 17th Convocation

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Speech of Graduate Representative Anas Alam Faizli Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) SESSION 1 Dewan Merdeka, PWTC, Kuala Lumpur 12 September 2015 (Saturday) at 8.30 am Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. Honourable Pro Chancellor Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Azman Hashim President/Vice-Chancellor Yang Berbahagia Professor Emeritus Tan Sri Anuwar Ali and wife, Yang Berbahagia Puan Sri Eveline Anuwar Members of the University Board of Directors …

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The Edge: High Income Nation, but Low Income Rakyat

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Malaysia’s current socio economic structure can be summed up in four words, “Rich Malaysia, Poor Malaysians.” Malaysia is blessed with abundant natural resources with petroleum being the most precious. Add the land, other commodity resources, large youthful population and the country has all the essential ingredients to flourish. How then did this small nation of 30 million manage to end …

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Higher royalty versus state ownership of Petronas

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The oil royalty debacle is perhaps one of the popular components for both Barisan Nasional (BN) and Pakatan Rakyat (PR) as the nation approaches polling day on 5th May. In Kelantan, the “R” for “royalty” movement has in fact been proliferating, especially amongst PR supporters. For years, we have seen the fight for royalty highlighted by the four producing states, …

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Schools stifling our intellect

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While learning has its plus points, there are some who think that the modern school system does not extol the benefits of education. MODERN, public, free and compulsory schooling was first introduced by the King of Prussia in 1760. He introduced schooling to shape the minds of the people into being docile and obedient to his rule. Shortly after, this …

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The Edge: The oil royalty rumble

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One of the issues that are bound to crop up in the 13th general election campaigns is the oil royalty. In the past, many reasons have been presented by political parties from both sides of the divide on who is entitled to what. Perhaps this article will help shed some light on the issue. When rulers and representatives of the …

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The Star: All for a good cause

The Star 24 Mar 2013 All for a good cause

Volunteers who teach under-performing students in their quest to learn, move on and have a better life, need to be saluted for their commitment and determination. AS THE standard of living of Malaysians improves towards the upper end of the developing status, we start to find cause for volunteerism. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), renowned philosopher in the field of ethics, approached …

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The Star: Reaching out to kids

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Uplifting the educational and emotional needs of underprivileged schoolchildren in national schools has become the primary objective of a group of young people in the country. ABOUT a year ago, a group of young volunteers established Teach for the Needs (TFTN), and as its name well suggests, its raison d’être. The World Education Forum was held in Dakar, Senegal and …

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The Star: Raving about Reading

The Star 10 Mar 2013 Raving about Reading

The writer stresses the importance of inculcating the reading habit if Malaysia wants to move towards becoming a First World nation. TO DESTROY an entire community and its idealism, the Nazis had in April 1933 conducted a Biblioclasm, or book burning, to “cleanse” Germany against “the un-German Spirit’. Similarly, in 213 BC, and again when the communist movement found its …

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The Star: The need to fund higher education

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The government should fund tertiary education to reach out to more citizens and ensure they have the necessary knowledge and skills to enter the workforce. This will in turn uplift the lot of its people. EDUCATION was institutionalised to formalise the process of knowledge acquisition and research in man’s quest for understanding. Some of the earliest universities in the history …

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Biografi Mohd Zain bin Abu (1923-2009)

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DENGAN NAMA ALLAH, MAHA PENGASIH, LAGI MAHA PENYAYANG AL-FATIHAH MOHD. ZAIN BIN ABU (1923-2009) PENGENALAN Haji Mohd. Zain Abu menjalani kehidupan yang cukup ringkas. Dari seorang kanak-kanak kampung biasa, beliau telah mempertingkatkan dan memperbaiki kehidupan beliau serta keluarga kepada sebuah keluarga berpendapatan kelas pertengahan. Kepercayaan kukuh beliau terhadap pentingnya pendidikan telah menjadi pemangkin utama dalam hal ini. Hingga ke detik-detik …

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Talisman Newsletter: Oct 2012: Education Volunteerism via TFTN

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On March 1, a group of young volunteers established Teach for the Needs (TFTN), an online community to provide an opportunity for the less fortunate pupils to experience better education, at least partially similar to that of their more fortunate peers from privileged households. Currently 3.8% of the 3 million students in schools fall below the poverty line and the …

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Interview with Talisman Newsletter

Questions for Mr Anas Alam Faizli  1.     State which department you work in (Talisman) and job title Projects department, Project Coordinator 2.     What’s your involvement in Teach For The Needs (TFTN)? I am one of the five of the organization’s board of trustees and I’m in charge of policy and research. As non-teacher volunteer, I pioneered the formal incorporation and …

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NSTP: Deadlines and decision-making

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Career Forum in Oil & Gas and Future Prospect of Petrochemical Industries

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Panelists: Mr Mohd Arif Mokhsein, Technical HSSE Engineer, SHELL Anas Alam Faizli, Project Coordinator, TML Below are some excerpt from the forum; Moderator: Let’s discuss on current issue in hiring ‘recent graduates’ in oil & gas industries. Basically, in your opinion, how many of these graduates will score a job, as compared to experienced people. Anas: I wouldn’t really know …

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