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1 Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 8:00 am

Kisa Atsuko

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Largest known newspaper in Sundanesia

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2 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 8:36 am

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Sundanesia will be in Energy Crisis in 2018?


Oil refinery in West Jaya

Jayakarta 30/5 - Minister of Energy and Natural Resource said to the pers today, Sundanesia will be in the energy crisis in 2018. He said that the number of energy produced today wont enough to sastify the demand in future especially with the rapid growth of Sundanesia. Moreover he said that the recent trends on the increasing price of fossil fuel will make this nation apporach the crisis sooner.

According to the latest data statistic about 88% of Sundanesian energy from fossil fuel, 65% of them are oil-based energy making this country almost depend fully in the oil energy. In other hand, Sundanesia oil production daily around 769k barrells, far bellow daily energy usage which is around 1.6m barrels (energy production sastified only 40% of the demand). Most of the deficit currently covered by the imports, Abassid is the one of the largest import source of Sundanesia.

Minister said that currently Sundanesia planned to build about 8 oil rigs in nation wide to cover this demands though he still waiting for the further overseas investors toward the projects.


Other News
- Sundanesia presidential candidate prepared for the upcoming election campign season
- Namian people require Independence Referendum?
- Mt. Sangka activity increased, resident evacuated.

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3 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 10:53 am

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Teiko would like to express its interest to invest in energy and utilities in Sundanesia.

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4 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 11:17 am

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The Government of Septentria is concerned about this energy crisis and we would like to offer assistance into green/renewable energy that we specialize in. We hope that future investments will help Sundanesia avoid a possible energy crisis in the future.

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5 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 12:05 pm

Energy crises Razz, why not invest in alternative fuels? Razz

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6 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 1:20 pm

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Why not allow Teiko FDI to the job? Razz

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7 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 5:01 pm

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Approaching a crisis? Drill more Oil. Perfect solution. Razz 

Start investing in Solar stations, Hydrogen and GeoThermal. Maybe even pitch some support into the research of Nuclear Fusion.

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8 Re: Media Sundanesia on Fri May 30, 2014 5:27 pm

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Of course not Mike. Razz Buy more Kabier Oil. Wink

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9 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:36 pm

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Mitron would like to see Sundanesia look to the alternative energy sector, and urges wind and solar energy as primary solutions.

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10 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:15 am

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Sundanesia will accept the offers from Teiko and Septentria. On the response to Mitronian government, Sundanesia government will increase the budget for the development of renewable energy sources.

Surya Setiawan
Minister of Energy and Natural Resource
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on side note: well you should know that some developing nation still having trouble in investing the alternative energy or renewable energy sources, especially the trouble on several civil government which have less interest for the renewable energies.

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11 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sat Jun 07, 2014 6:43 am

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Namian People for Independence?


Thousand of Namian protesting in the street of Nami City

Nami City 7/6 - It's the fourth time of the year when Namian people of eastern Sundanesia protesting again. About 2000 Namian people from various people including students, activist and other society elements protesting in the middle of Nami City this afternoon demanding on the referendum of the Namian political status. The protesters wanted the international organization such as USNW on held a referendum for the Namian independence status.

Namian people started this movement after the failure of Sundanesia governments in mantaining the Namian area despite Sundanesia already enacted the special authonomy in 1999 (post 1999 Coup D Etat). Namian area known as the leading of Sundanesia area for development until the deciline of it in 1993. Namian people wanted to have a self government instead of just under special authonomy inside Sundanesia government.

Currently Namian islands which the home for 27 millions people are officially part of Unitary Republic of Sundanesia. They gained this status after the political dispute in 1972 which later transfered Namian area to Sundanesia.

Other news:
- Teiko and Septentria offer Sundanesia in the energy sector.
- Upon now there're 3 presidential candidate for Sundanesia presidential election in August.
- 5.4 Magnitude Scale Earthquake hit western coast of Ketapang

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12 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sat Jun 07, 2014 11:15 pm

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Divide and conquer.  Devil 

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13 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 08, 2014 12:50 am

Lel instability

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14 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 08, 2014 4:58 am

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Lol. I can see a division coming in a while. Razz

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15 Re: Media Sundanesia on Wed Jun 11, 2014 12:30 pm

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Riot Break in Nami City, Namian People Demanding the Independence


Violent Clash in Nami City

Nami City 11/6 - After number of peaceful protest, Some group of Namian started to attack the government of Sundanesia. Reported hundred people rioting in the middle of Nami City trying to occupy the government facilities of Sundanesia in the Nami city.

Police open fire to the rioters after they receiving several sniper shot by the resistances forces which caused 2 police injured in this attack. The rioters also throw some Molotov cocktails to the riot police in the zone. Until tonight, Nami City situation still gripping by numerous of riot police and military soldiers standby in the streets of Nami City avoiding the riot spreading.

In respond to this situation, Sundanesia government put all 7 province in Nami area to be in Martial Law and enforcing curfew until situation getting better.  Government also ensuring the safety of foreign citizens of region by advising them to move to safer and stable area such as Jayakarta.

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16 Re: Media Sundanesia on Wed Jun 11, 2014 12:57 pm

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This instability is not good for business. Razz

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17 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:53 am

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Namian People Continue to Riot demanding the Independence


Group of police in Nami city battling with rioters


Nami City 28/6 - As for today, waves of riots still break in Nami City. Just for today riot happened all across this largest city of Namian area as well as happened in several major cities such as Natsukyo and Hokuen City. up for today reported about 13 causalities (10 civilians and 3 military side) and atleast 65 wounded due to the riots which happened since this month. Police already arrest 18 people due to the riot provocation but they're released because not enough proof.




Sundanesia National armed forces in move


Meanwhile armed resistance reported in the suburban of Nami city. These resistance trying to cause unrest among the other Sundanesian ethcnics such as Jayanese, Sundanese, and also the Sanase etchnics (due to the historical occupation of Namian area). About 8 battalions of National armed forces dispatched around the Nami City metropolitan area in order to execute martial law which enacted by National Government since 24/6.

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18 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 29, 2014 3:55 am

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Oh, I am confused. Which side should we be supporting, Nami or the other?

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19 Re: Media Sundanesia on Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:06 am

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@JM: Namian people don't like Sanase especially Nakaharan.... Wink

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