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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Top Story: MRCB – A little patience for RRI land Trading Buy

Visit Note

¨ MRCB expects Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd to make some decisions with regards to the RRI land re-development project by the end of the year, with physical works only expected to commence in 2012.

¨ The flow of new construction jobs should improve in 2H2011 and into 2012, underpinned by potential jobs from the LRT line extension project, Penang Sentral and the River of Life project.

Corporate Highlights

TH Plantation: Planting for posterity Outperform

Briefing Note

¨ An interesting point to note from the briefing is that THP achieved an admirable FFB yield at its newly-matured Sarawak estates. Where most other oil palm plantations only achieve an FFB yield of 8-9t/ha in its first full year of maturity, THP managed an FFB yield of 7.6t/ha in just half a year in one of its Sarawak estates. Annualised, this estate could yield about 16t/ha, double that of other oil palm estates in its first year of maturity. This is in line with management’s own targets of achieving an FFB yield of at least 15t/ha for its plantations in the first year of maturity.

Sime Darby: RM43.4m writeback for marine project Outperform

News Update

¨ Sime Darby’s subsidiary has, on 20 Jul, entered into a yard settlement agreement and release agreement with its JV partners for the refund of a cash amount of US$21.63m (RM63.6m) in return for the release of its claims, rights and interests over the Marine Project (involving the construction of two tug boats and a derrick lay barge for the Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) project). Of this amount, US$16.63m (RM48.9m) has been received, with the balance US$5m (RM14.7m) payable on 17 Nov, if there are no further claims made. Based on Sime’s announcement, of the refund total of US$21.6m, it will receive up to US$14.75m (RM43.4m), based on its stake.

SP Setia: Full equity interest in KL EcoCity Market Perform

News Update

¨ SP Setia announced that its proposed acquisition of the remaining 40% equity interest in KL Eco City S/B (KLEC) from Yayasan Gerakbakti Kebangsaan (YGK) for a total consideration of RM75m is to be satisfied through the issue of 19.38m new SP Setia shares at RM3.87 per share. KLEC was previously the JV company for the RM6bn KL EcoCity project.

KNM: HOA with GAP for petrochemical facility in Teluk Ramunia Underperform

News Update

¨ KNM announced yesterday that it, together with Zecon has entered into a Heads Of Agreement (HOA) with Gulf Asian Petroleum to undertake EPCC contracts for projects worth around USD5.7bn (RM17bn) in Teluk Ramunia, Johor. The two projects involve a petroleum refinery, a polypropylene unit and petroleum product storage terminal facility with capacity of 2.3m cubic meters).


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