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Turtle Awareness Programme

Malakoff, in collaboration with the Fisheries Department, released a second turtle that was equipped with a satellite tracking device at the company’s annual “Kenali Penyu, Sayangi Penyu” Turtle Awareness and Educational Programme at the Segari Turtle Management Centre (TMC), Perak, as part of its turtle conservation efforts. The event saw participation of more than 100 volunteers from Malakoff and the Fisheries Department as well as students from the Institute of Marine Engineering Technology, Lumut Campus of University of Kuala Lumpur. The programme works towards increasing awareness amongst the local communities on the declining number of turtles and encouraged more involvement in conservation efforts. Malakoff contributed RM10,000 to the Fisheries Department for the maintenance of the TMC.

Coral Planting and Reef Clean-up

Project 2015 at Pulau Aur

Malakoff collaborated with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE) and Marine Park Malaysia (JTLM) to plant coral nubbins in the coastal waters of Pulau Aur, Mersing, Johor participated by 20 divers, the activity is part of its efforts to care for the marine ecosystem. The divers cleaned ghost nets and a total of 20 frames of coral nubbins were submerged towards these conservation efforts. Known as the Malakoff Coral Planting and Reef Clean-up Project 2015, it was held to raise awareness on the importance of corals in the marine eco-system and support the local community on the threats faced. Pulau Aur was chosen as it was an important coral nursery in Malaysia, with at least 183 types of corals and 232 reef-fish species present.

Gas Malaysia collaborated with the Forestry Department of Pahang for a Green Cause

Gas Malaysia collaborated with the Pahang Forestry Department to plant 150 saplings of Rhu Pantai along the Kampung Pantai Sungai Ular coastline near Kuantan, Pahang. The objective of the programme is to protect the coastline from ecological threats which could result in coastal erosion.


At MMC, we are cognisant that we must grow sustainably and responsibly, balancing business expansion and its impact on the natural environment. Towards realising these goals, we have worked directly with the community and at times, engaged in ongoing research projects undertaken by various agencies. We have reached out and touched the lives of people in the communities that we live and operate through our educational programmes. We believe our actions today will make a meaningful difference in protecting our natural environment for our future generations.