Anthony Bujang is Petra Energy's new CEO
In a statement today, Petra Energy said Anthony who is formerly Chief Executive Officer of the New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd (NSTP), was well experienced in banking, communications and the oil & gas industry.
The company also announced the appointment of Florentius Henry Toyad as Director of Operations, Mohamad Zaidee Abang Hipni as Chief Financial Officer, Saperi Rambli as Senior General Manager (Corporate Communications, Branding and Services), Mohamed Azahari Jantan as Head of Contract and Commercial, Mohamad
Subky Bustari as General Manager (Group Operations Planning), Abdullah Hashim as Senior Manager (Internal Audit) and Lee Hung Sang as Technical Operations Manager.- BERNAMA
Who is the controlling shareholder of Petra Energy Berhad who has rewarded the former Chief Editor for humiliating taib on the frontpage headline of national newspaper?
The taib humiliating NST frontpage headlinearticle was:-
MACC investigates Taib Mahmud over timber corruption allegations
KUALA LUMPUR -- The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has confirmed that it is currently investigating Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud over allegation of timber corruption.Its commissioner, Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed said the commission was in the process of gathering more information regarding the matter.
"As I said earlier, we are investigating Taib Mahmud and whatever our action is, we cannot reveal at this moment," he told reporters at Sime Darby Bhd's signing and handing over corporate integrity pledge to the MACC, here today.
Abu Kassim was responding to a question on whether the MACC was looking at carrying out a similar action by the Swiss Anti Corruption Agency, which recently froze the assets of Taib Mahmud over the allegation of timber corruption.
According to a foreign news report, the Swiss Federation president Micheline Calmy-Rey was reported to be aware of the allegations and had forwarded the information about Taib’s assets in Switzerland to its regulatory body FINMA (the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority) for investigation.
The article was also published in thestar but not in the frontpage (back pages).