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Hydro Tasmania to Withdraw From Sarawak Dam-Building Program [Malaysia]

Author: Environment News Service, Published on: 5 December 2012

Hydro Tasmania CEO Roy Adair said in a meeting with the Sarawak campaigners...that Hydro Tasmania will leave Sarawak by the end of 2013. In the meantime, they will fulfill their “remaining contractual obligations,” Adair told indigenous leaders...Adair issued a statement...after the meeting in which he accuses the indigenous leaders of “misrepresentations” of Hydro Tasmania’s involvement. “We sought to provide those involved in the campaign with accurate information about our role, which I hoped they would take on board,” said Adair. “While I am realistic enough not to expect a change in their position overnight, I had expected that they would stop ignoring simple matters of fact." During the meeting Adair emphasized that Hydro Tasmania is not a key player in the Sarawak hydropower program – the SCORE program – and Hydro Tasmania is not undertaking any work on the Baram Dam.

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