Friday, October 30, 2009

Bintulu Oil & Gas Flare Stack Chimneys

These chimneys of about 100m tall are used for burning off unwanted gas or flammable gas and liquids released by pressure relief valves during unplanned over-pressuring of plant equipment.
Their powerful flames will light up the night skyline of the plant area and can be seen miles away.








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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Mukah Coal Fired Power Station

The Chimney of Mukah Coal Fired Power Station is of approximately 100m high.
The plant build by China National Machinery & Equipment Import & Export Corporation will be fully commissioned in 2009 with 2 x 135MW output mostly to be utilized by the new Press Metal Sarawak Aluminium Smelther next door.
One thing good about the plant is that coal is also mined nearby
and transported by lorry from mines of Sarawak Coal Resourses in Mukah Balingian area.

















Thestar 14/1/2009


View Press Metal Sarawak Aluminium Smelter in a larger map

http://www.pressmetal.com/

http://www.sarawakscore.com.my/

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Chimney of Jimah Power Station

This 160m high RC chimney of Jimah Power Station is located in Jimah,Port Dickson in the state of Negeri Sembilan.The plant consist of 2x700MW Coal Fired Power Plant.


A view from TG Gemuk beach

View from the jetty side(photo from the internet)


A night view



View from the main gate.











The coal yard is where coal of various quality is stored.


The 500KV transmission line to the national grid.




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Jimah Power

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Tanjung Bin Power Station

This 200m tall chimney of a 2100mw coal fired power station is situated in Pontian in the southern state of Johor,opposite the port of Tanjung Pelepas and beside Tanjung Piai,the southern most tip of mainland Asia.
It is 90% owned by Malakoff Corp.


















http://www.malakoff.com.my/

http://www.hadek.com/downloads/project.reports/Tanjung%20Bin.pdf

Opening Of Power plant





At the entrance of the Tanjung Piai Park.









The Tip site under construction when i drop by on 1st December 2008,it should be finish by now.



http://johorparks.com.my/the-parks/tanjung-piai/

http://johorparks.com.my/the-parks/pulau-kukup/

http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/destinations/item.asp?item=pineapplemuseum#

http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/destinations/attractions.asp?state=johor

Directions to everywhere from here.
Other interesting places nearby is Pulau Kukup
and Pontian.


Sunrise in Pontian





Pineapple Muzium



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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Colonial House Chimneys of Connaught Bridge Power Station staff quarters

Build in the early fourties by the British and abandoned during world war 2 and finally completed before the power plant come on stream in 1953.
Some of the houses came complete with fireplace and kitchen chimneys.
Well! considering the weather those days must be so much colder then
and wood was then the main source of heat especially for cooking
before the arrival of cooking gas and electricity hence the need for chimneys to channel out all the smoke.
































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Bentong's Brick Saw Dust Burner

This sawdust burner of Tong Leong Sawmill in Bentong is barely use nowadays
because the sawdust which is a byproduct from sawing timber is now a valueable commodity and it is used to make chipboard for the furniture industry
so meaning less smoke polution from the burner nowadays.
Timber industry which ones upon the time is booming like there is no tommorrow
is now on the decline in the peninsular Malaysia with only a handfull of it left running due to declining timber reserve.Price of wood is so high nowadays that it is even cheaper to build a house from brick than wood.















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