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Tenaga to continue with undersea cable project.

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Tenaga Nasional Bhd (5347.KU), a Malaysia-based utility company, is proceeding with its undersea cable project connecting Sarawak in Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia, according to a top official.

The project is worth MYR10bn and involves laying a 730 kilometre high-voltage direct current transmission line and a 670 kilometre undersea cable for the 2,400 MW Bakun hydroelectric dam.

According to Chairman Leo Moggie, 'The undersea cable project will proceed as the power generated by Bakun is more than sufficient for Sarawak's needs.'

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Date:Dec 15, 2009
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