Thursday, May 31, 2012

HANDAL 1, nearing completion

Handal goes into rig fabrication
Posted on 1 June 2012 - 05:36am
PETALING JAYA (June 1, 2012): Handal Resources Bhd has expanded its business to include rig fabrication, with its first modular workover rig to be fabricated and installed by the third quarter of 2012.
The integrated offshore crane service provider and fabricator is in talks with oil and gas (O&G) players to deploy the modular rig, which entails a capital expenditure of RM31.5 million, for marginal oil field exploration, it said in a statement yesterday.

"Our upcoming modular workover rig will certainly expand our capabilities beyond just fabricating offshore cranes and into the fabrication of drilling rigs that are ideal for shallow- and medium-depth oil field exploration and production," Handrill Sdn Bhd general manager Amir Hasnizam Nordin said.
He said there are fewer than a handful of players in Malaysia involved in the modular workover rig business, which complements Handal's business as a niche player in the O&G support services sector. "With our maiden rig, we are confident and well-prepared to ride on the strong growth in the regional O&G sector moving forward," Amir added.

A modular workover rig is designed for quick rig-up/rig-down and easy transportation between offshore platforms via the use of field supply boats and platform cranes, and is suitable for marginal oil field exploration and production (E&P). Amir believes that the fabrication of Handal's rig is a timely initiative as the regional E&P industry is seeing intensified activities and investment.

According to a Frost & Sullivan report, capex in Southeast Asia's E&P sector is expected to hit US$38.7 billion this year as investment is poured into new areas, deepwater blocks, mature field rejuvenation and marginal field development. The report also forecast that US$15 billion will be invested in Malaysia's offshore O&G activities, while Indonesia is expected to see some US$21 billion injected into E&P projects.
Apart from Malaysia and Indonesia, Amir said Handal is also exploring opportunities in Myanmar, the Philippines and Thailand for its new rig business. "In fact, we are already in negotiations with prospective clients for the rig, which will either be chartered to them or sold outright," he said.

Currently, the group leases and maintains a fleet of 19 offshore pedestal cranes installed on rigs owned by multinational oil and gas players.

my 2nd AGM...

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

sweet 17... + 29

it was after the 2nd nite of the kenduri and tahlil....

 the "cake".... home made, hand made by the kids

serupa?.... warna aja

Model Years displacement / type Power@rpm
Audi 2.0 TFSI  2008-present 1,984 cc (121 cu in) 16v I4 turbo 211 PS (155 kW; 208 hp) @4300-6000
VW Golf GTI 2.0 Turbo TSI 2008-present 1,984 cc,  Direct injection/exhaust turbocharger 210 PS (155 kW : 210hp)@5300-6200

Torque@rpm transmission
350 N·m @1500-4200 7-speed S tronic
280 N-m @1700-5200 6 speed, direct shift gearbox DSG

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (62 mph) (s) top speed (saloon)
6.5 241 km/h
6.9 238 km/h

RM 310,000

RM 210,000

Monday, May 28, 2012


My last "service" for her was to help her down the lahad.... 3 of us, my brother holding her head, i was in the middle and my cousin Jamil holding her legs.

 tunggu solat jenazah

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un

Hajjah Siti Rokiah bt Abd Manan
6 May 1940 - 27 May 2012
 (إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ)

Moga Allah ampunkan dosanya, terima amalan nya, kasihani  dan cucuri rahmat ke atas roh ibu ku dan tempatkan dia bersama para solihin di syurga , Ameen

Inna: Inna is really inna-na. The first part is “verily”, the last part is “we”–but Arabic tends to simplify, so it is written as inna (with only 1 noon and shadda for stress). It means “Indeed, we” or “verily, we”.

Li-llahi: Li is a harfu jarr (preposition) meaning “to” or “is for.” It is used as a kind of possessive case. “a laka akhun” (the la is really the same as li) means “is for you a brother?” or “do you have a brother?” So here, “lillahi” means “belong to Allah SWT ” or “are for Allah SWT”. (It’s also because of the 'li' that 'allah' takes kasra.)

Wa: Wa means “and”.

Inna: Same as above.

Ilay-hi: This is two parts, it means “toward him”. Ilay is actually a form of ila (a preposition), which means “to”. A grammatically similar phrase is “thahabtu ila masjidin” — "I went to a masjid". “Hi” is actually “hu“, the third-person possessive pronoun (”his”). (It takes kasra because of "ila".) So the overall translation is “toward him”.

Raji3oon: This is a form of raja3a, "return" (the 3 represents the letter 'ain, which is voiced with a tightened throat). Raji3 is a noun/adjective form, meaning 'a person who is returning'. The oon at the end makes it plural (so that it refers to 3 or more people). Raji3oon basically means 'returners', or better 'returning ones'.

Taken together, the phrase can be translated as “We indeed belong to God, and we indeed toward him are returning.”

Oli's wedding reception @ Zam-zam, Shah Alam

 HRH Tuanku Nur Zahirah the Sultanah of Terengganu, the royal guest

 the flower girls and boy..

 bride and groom

 eat this

 Hjh Oomi Jannah, groom's mom


 one tired fake sheikh...

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Oli's wedding reception @ Seremban

 Aini & Aina with the bride and groom

the only one with Tirto Noto lurik

the bears on display

hungry faces... Ameen dulu daaaa!!!

....all the food and this little guy is playing game??

the hungry one was the first one to attack the cake..... ish ish ish

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Wali Band - Baik-Baik Sayang

Aku tak ingin kau menangis bersedih, Sudahi air mata darimu
Yang aku ingin arti hadir diriku, Kan menghapus dukamu sayang

Karena bagiku kau kehormatanku, Dengarkan dengarkan aku

Hanya satu pintaku untukmu dan hidupku, Baik baik sayang ada aku untukmu
Hanya satu pintaku di siang dan malammu, Baik baik sayang karna aku untukmu
Semua keinginan akan aku lakukan, Sekuat semampuku sayang
Karena bagiku kau kehormatanku, Dengarkan dengarkan aku



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