Oil refinery produces cancer causing chemical
#41
14-1-2021 7:37 AM
talkcover said:
No need to complain too much alrdy.
World is moving into electric bus and car
maybe not the lorries but enough to dent
Spore oil hub prospect.

Start to cut down plastic first.

The Australian government has assigned major project status to a proposed A$22bn plan to build the world's biggest solar farm in Australia's Northern Territory (NT) and
send the electricity through a 3,700-km-long undersea cable to Singapore where, promoters say, it will meet 20% of Singapore's demand for power.

Thank you Australia!

Thats something Singapore govt itself cannot do
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#42
14-1-2021 7:55 AM
scythain said:
The Australian government has assigned major project status to a proposed A$22bn plan to build the world's biggest solar farm in Australia's Northern Territory (NT) and
send the electricity through a 3,700-km-long undersea cable to Singapore where, promoters say, it will meet 20% of Singapore's demand for power.

Thank you Australia!

Thats something Singapore govt itself cannot do

Why need to say thank you? 127fs4573872
It is not for free.
Sinkies got a bad habit of saying thank you too easily.

Do you know how much $$$ we have dumped into Ozzie each year on military spending?
人生的价值是行道,人性就是道德,道德是最好的信仰
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#43
14-1-2021 7:55 AM
scythain said:
The Australian government has assigned major project status to a proposed A$22bn plan to build the world's biggest solar farm in Australia's Northern Territory (NT) and
send the electricity through a 3,700-km-long undersea cable to Singapore where, promoters say, it will meet 20% of Singapore's demand for power.

Thank you Australia!

Thats something Singapore govt itself cannot do

It is nice gesture but with hidden costs.
If such grid is not shared with our neighbours, sgp will bare high laying and power losses cost. Solar energy means alternate source need to be present in night time.
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#44
14-1-2021 8:09 AM
QE3 said:
Why need to say thank you? 127fs4573872
It is not for free.
Sinkies got a bad habit of saying thank you too easily.

Do you know how much $$$ we have dumped into Ozzie each year on military spending?

Australia happily provides Singapore with future renewal clean energy that might reduce cancer fatality.

Even Singapore is willing to pay, Indonesia will still cut gas supply in 2023.
Neighbouring ASEAN members stop food supply chain during pandemic when Singapore needed it most.
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#45
14-1-2021 8:09 AM
QE3 said:
Why need to say thank you? 127fs4573872
It is not for free.
Sinkies got a bad habit of saying thank you too easily.

Do you know how much $$$ we have dumped into Ozzie each year on military spending?

Australia never allowed anyone except Singapore buying farmland costing A$2 bill @ Townsville, Queensland for .military training.

For years, Singapore has benefitted collecting Corp taxes from 1,470 Oz largest companies incl. BHP, Rio Tinto and major MNCs etc establishing Regional HQ solely for tax avoidance while paying nothing to ATO.
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#46
Cancer causing chdmicals everywhrre...no need go to refineries

cigarettes n its 2nd hand smoke is the worse
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#47
14-1-2021 3:06 PM
Yin yang said:
Cancer causing chdmicals everywhrre...no need go to refineries

cigarettes n its 2nd hand smoke is the worse

Oil refineries are a major source of air pollution for people who live near them and work at them.
Chemicals in and around refineries cause cancer, reproductive harm, breathing problems such as asthma and emphysema, and birth defects, as well as other health problems such as headaches, nausea, dizziness, and stress.
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