With the upcoming expansion of Shell MDS plant and most probably more modules for MLNG and Murphy oil onshore facilities with the arrival of gas from Sabah,
the town is set for another boom.
A view of the new waterfront near Tg. Batu from the plane before it lands.
Waterfront view from Kg Jepak.
Market and tamu.
Swee Joo Trading,Petrol Station cum supermarket.
A cross river ferry.
Scrap wood being process to chips for making furniture chipboard at Daiken Plant,Kemena Industrial area.
Fountain in Town.
Assyakirin Mosque,one of the most beautiful and unique in Sarawak.
Hat shape goverment office.
City Point Bintulu.
The Main street,Keppel Road.
My favourite Sunlight Inn.
Puteri Corner Cafe,our place for a good and cheap breakfast before we start our journey to work at 630am sharp every morning,very soon we will be having our last journey before we call it a day in Bintulu!
A point of contempt for the Sabahan,
this Sabah Sarawak Gas Pipeline Project will take away all the job opportunity of the Sabahan
to Sarawak,hopefully they can reserve some places for them there.
It is a hard commercial decision to make presumely for economic of scale
because to build another LNG plant in Sabah will be expensive
moreover the gas is mostly from Murphy's block which Petronas only have a small share.
Let us hope as more gas is found offshore Sabah some downstream industries can be setup there.