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The gas flows up the well under its own energy, through the wellhead control valves, and along the flow line to the treatment plant. • RM10 million for treatment of rare diseases; RM30 million for health community programmes. RM555 million for Bumiputera Entrepreneurship Enhancement Programme (RM200 million for PUNB Entrepreneurship Programme and Business Premises; RM200 million for MARA Entrepreneurship; RM115 million for Vendor Capacity Programmes). • RM20 million for setting up of a Cultural Economy Development agency. • RM65 million allocated for Chinese New Villages and RM10 million for house restoration. • RM50 million for Chinese SME loans through KOJADI. • RM50 million to subsidise hemodialysis treatment; and RM40 million for medical assistance fund. • RM2.4 billion allocated to UiTM. • RM6.5 billion for rural infrastructure which includes RM2 billion for the Pan Borneo Highway. • 112,ooo settlers will each receive windfall worth RM5,000. • All undergraduates and those in Form Six will continue to receive book vouchers. • 7 million benefited from RM6.8 billion in BR1M payouts and in 2018 the 7 million will continue to receive the same payout.

• RM200 million allocated for Felda for water supply and road upgrades. • RM45 million to create a biometric control system to monitor the movement of express bus services. • RM4.9 billion allocated for Technical and Vocational, Education and Training (TVET). • RM4.9 million allocated for 100 scholarships for TVET students. • RM100 million to upgrade hospitals and clinics. • RM1.4 billion to upgrade and maintain health facilities, equipment, ambulances and construction of operation theatres in three hospitals. • RM40 million to upgrade five hospitals; build four polyclinics and one hospital for veteran armed forces personnel. • Government to upgrade Penang and Langkawi international airports. • RM190 million to upgrade 2,000 classes to become smart learning classrooms. • RM40 million for open interview programme under the 1Malaysia training scheme (SL1M). • RM50 million for voluntary health insurance scheme. • RM50 million to fund social enterprise and NGOs to solve communities issues. • RM50 million to enhance weapon capability to combat terrorism.

• RM150 million for Pelaburan Hartanah Berhad and RM150 million to EKUINAS. • RM3 billion for purchase and maintenance of defence assets; RM720 million for the construction of 11 police headquarters and six police stations. • No change to Goods and Services Tax but government to propose either exemption or zerorising certain items and services. • Tax relief for employers who employ the disabled that include those involved in accidents and have critical illnesses. • RM2.9 billion for food aid, text books and minor federal scholarships. • RM4.1 billion for medical supplies and consumables. • RM517 million for flood mitigation plans nationwide. • RM250 million to build science, technology, engineering and mathematics centre. • A total of RM14 billion for armed forces; RM9 billion for police force, RM900 million for Malaysian maritime. • RM30 million to be channelled to the 1Malaysia Hawkers and Petty Traders Foundation. • RM400 million for research and development grants to public institutions of higher learning with a special allocation to Universiti Malaya to achieve status of Top 100 universities in the world. • RM3 billion for transport development fund for the purchase of maritime assets, aerospace technology development and rail.

• RM60 million for Orang Asli village development. • Local councils to make it mandatory for all new buildings to have childcare facilities, beginning in Kuala Lumpur. Now companies have developed ways of processing and cleaning waste water from fracking and are able to reuse the water in other areas of oil production. Companies are keen to find out what other organizations are doing both within the construction and other industry sectors. The law allows for 100% foreign ownership in non-restricted sectors and an increase in land lease duration. A damage clause is also included in the lease as well. Moreover, hand-on with energy sector jobs is offering wide range of pay scales depending upon the specialty as well as the experience with respect to the field. Energy is one of the most vital needs of the human beings. Experienced providers are rare, as their number decreased along with the consolidation of the industry due to the pressure of worldwide outsourcing and volatile energy costs.