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Old March 4th, 2009, 05:24 AM   #81
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PCG, Romblon folk shoo whales back to sea
03/04/2009 | 10:44 AM

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine Coast Guard on Wednesday lauded local fisher folk for helping out in the efforts that led to the immediate and safe return of some 100 melon-headed whales stranded off the coast of Romblon on Tuesday.

Radio dzBB’s Carlo Mateo quoted Coast Guard commandant Vice Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo as describing the local villagers as heroes for coming to the rescue when they spotted the whales off the coast of Odiongan town, a third class municipality in central Romblon.

The latest stranding happened on the heels of an earlier similar incident in Bataan where some 300 melon-headed whales suddenly emerged off the shore off Pilar and Orion towns. Local fishermen and authorities waded into the water and successfully drove the whales away, but not after three whales had died.

Picking up lessons from the Bataan experience, Tamayo said the Coast Guard employed safer and more effective measures to help the mammals make their way back to deeper parts of the ocean.

Tamayo said he has already mobilized his team to troop to the waters and conduct regular monitoring to avoid a similar scenario from happening anew.

The Coast Guard official said he thinks the whales could have lost their way as an effect of global climate change.

Over the weekend, around 200 pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins also found their way off the shorelines of the Narcoopa Beach on King Island, a part of Tasmania. Only around 60 of them were safely ushered back to the sea.

The series of whale stranding has already prompted the International World Ocean Conference to take up the matter when its members convene, the report added.

Perplexed experts have yet to ascertain the actual cause of the unusual behavior of the whales, with some attributing it to a seismic movement beneath the ocean while others saying such whales tend to stay close together at all times. - Mark Merueñas, GMANews.TV
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Old March 10th, 2009, 05:55 AM   #83
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I hope to see more postings here for the imminent construction of the longest runway of the Philippines in Carabao Island.
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Old March 10th, 2009, 07:10 AM   #84
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really? why they are constructing such?
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Old March 10th, 2009, 05:29 PM   #85
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where is carabao island?
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Old March 10th, 2009, 06:58 PM   #86
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Kapag minsan na papauwi ako sa probinsya namin sa Aklan sakay sa eroplano, kapag malapit na o approaching Panay Island, makikita mo ito.
Ang ganda ng isla, kita mo ang white sands niya.

Ano kaya ang kalakalan dito? skins or local dialects?
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Old March 11th, 2009, 03:49 AM   #87
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Oriental Peninsula defers Palawan nickel project
Neil Jerome Morales, BusinessWorld | 03/11/2009 1:24 AM

Listed miner Oriental Peninsula Resources Group, Inc. will defer commercial operations at a Palawan nickel mine given low metal prices and bad weather in the area, a company official said.

"The price is low. It would be a disadvantage [to start operations]. We are still waiting for world nickel prices to go up," Ferdinand M. Pallera, vice-president for administration of Oriental Peninsula, said in a recent phone interview.

"We cannot operate in the area because it is raining in Palawan," Mr. Pallera added.

The 1,408-hectare Pulot mine in the town of Española in Palawan, owned by subsidiary Citinickel Mines and Development Corp., was supposed to start commercial operations this quarter.

The mine is expected to produce 800,000 metric tons of nickel in the first year, and 1.2 million metric tons in the succeeding five years.

Nickel prices have dropped by 15% to $9,775 per metric ton from $11,500 a month ago and by two-thirds from $32,500 a year earlier, data from the London Metal Exchange showed.

Mr. Pallera said nickel prices near $30,000 per metric ton would be convenient for the company to start operations.

But prices of nickel, used in infrastructure and electronics, are unlikely to bounce back this year given low demand, Richard Mills, industry observer and chairman of executive search firm Chalre Associates, said in a phone interview.

Mr. Pallera said two Japanese, one Australian and three Chinese companies have expressed interest to sign a long-term supply contract.

"They are also anticipating the shortage [in metals] worldwide so they want us to commit to them exclusively [for nickel shipments]," he added.

Oriental Peninsula used part of its P840-million proceeds from a capital-raising activity in 2007 to develop the Palawan nickel mine.

"Any deferment of projects would negatively affect the outlook in a company’s earnings," Eunica B. Maloles of online brokerage 2TradeAsia said in a separate phone interview.

The analyst said mining shares "are speculative buys especially now that metal prices are volatile."

Oriental Peninsula shares closed 35 centavos apiece on Friday, the last time it was traded, down from its listing price of P2.68 due to a court row with the Atayde-led Platinum Group Metals Corp. over the operating agreement for the Palawan property.
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Is there any interesting infra project sa Mindoro?
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Old March 12th, 2009, 06:24 AM   #89
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Vote for RP nominees in New7Wonders poll urged
03/11/2009 | 08:08 PM

MANILA, Philippines - The longest underground river in the world lost the top spot in the ‘New7Wonders of Nature’ (www.new7wonders.com) poll to the world’s largest river.

Just a few months after claiming the top spot in the nomination phase, Palawan’s Subterranean River National Park was edged out by the Amazon River in the ongoing second phase of the New7Wonders online poll.

Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Ace Durano urged Filipinos to “keep the eye on the prize" and continue voting for all Philippine entries to the worldwide contest.

“All the voting and support have already generated immense publicity for our country. It would indeed be a feat for the Philippines if the Puerto Princesa Subterranean Park becomes one of the seven phenomenal sights in the world," Durano said Wednesday.

Palawan’s underground river topped the said online poll last year while Tubbataha Reef ranked 3rd, Chocolate Hills located in Bohol province ranked No. 5, Mayon Volcano in Albay province is ranked No. 11, Mt. Pinatubo in Zambales and Hundred Islands National Park in Pangasinan is ranked No. 31 and No. 28, respectively.

But when the votation for the second stage began last Jan. 7, the subterranean river lost the top spot to the Amazon River.

Only 77 of the 261 nominees will remain after voting ends in July 7, 2009. The DOT said that after the top 77 candidates are determined, the New7Wonders Panel of Experts, led by Prof. Federico Mayor, former director-general of UNESCO, will then take over to select the 21 finalists.

The voting will resume shortly after the 21 finalists have been announced.

"The nominees will compete for vote against candidates within their category. Simultaneous with the voting, the New7Wonders World Tour will visit the 21 Finalists to give each a chance to be seen by the whole world. The final 7 will be announced in 2011," the DOT added in a statement.

The non-profit New7Wonders Foundation, which also undertook the “New Seven Wonders of the World" search that was rounded up in 2007, said that through this contest, it aims to undertake documentation and conservation works of monuments worldwide under the motto, “Our Heritage is Our Future." - Mark Joseph Ubalde, GMANews.TV
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Shell Philippines Exploration-led group set to start Palawan oil search
By Donnabelle L. Gatdula Updated March 12, 2009 12:00 AM


MANILA, Philippines - The consortium of Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. (SPEX), South China Resources Inc. and Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Co., is planning to start drilling operations in northeast Palawan within the year.

“SPEX is presently preparing to drill its commitment well on Service Contract (SC) 60 by the second half of this year,” industry sources said.

SPEX holds 55 percent of the contract while KUFPEC and SCR own 30 percent and 15 percent, respectively.

Based on the drilling plan submitted to the Department of Energy (DOE), the group will conduct the seismic and exploration work in a relatively unexplored area of 1.8 million hectares in northeast Palawan.

In January 2006, the Energy Department allowed the consortium to convert its geophysical survey and exploration contract (GSEC 99) to SC 60.

The contract includes a 25-year production term in the event of a commercial oil discovery.

Last year, SPEX officials said they have completed the seismic survey for SC 60.

“The survey enhances understanding the prospectivity of the license area and will determine the need to further explore in the bloc,” SPEX said earlier.

SPEX operates the Malampaya deep water gas-to-power project, the country’s largest natural gas find. KUFPEC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the, state-owned Kuwait Petroleum Corp.while SCR is a Philippine company involved in, among others, hydrocarbon exploration.

Last year, SPEX completed the first 3D seismic survey as part of a work commitment under SC 60 to explore for oil and gas within the one million-hectare acreage in northeast Palawan
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RP tourist spot's ranking drops in 'New 7 Wonders' campaign
abs-cbnNEWS.com | 03/12/2009 11:30 AM

After taking the top spot of a category in the "New 7 Wonders of Nature" campaign last year, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park has dropped to second place in the second leg of the campaign.

“Once again we urge Filipinos from all over the world to keep their eye on the prize. All the voting and support have already generated immense publicity for our country. It would indeed be a feat for the Philippines if the Puerto Princesa Subterranean Park becomes one of the 7 phenomenal sights in the world,” said Department of Tourism Secretary Ace Durano.

Known as the world's longest undergound river, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, located in Palawan, winds through a cave leading to the South China Sea. Its features include a limestone mountain landscape, chambers of stalactite and stalagmite formations, and lush forest formations. It is also home to monkeys, monitor lizards, and squirrels.

The top spot is currently held by the Amazon River in South America.

“We ask everyone to join us on this long but gratifying road to victory. But more than the people’s votes, we urge preservation and protection of our natural sites because they are the irreplaceable wealth of our country,” said Eduardo Jarque, Jr., Tourism Undersecretary for Planning and Promotions.

The Puerto Princesa river was nominated under the "Forests, National Parks, and Nature Reserves" category and votations began on January 7, 2009. Another Philippine nominee is the Coral Triangle, also shared by Indonesia, Malaysia, and other Pacific Islands, which is currently ranked 8th in the "Seascapes" Category.

Only 77 out of 261 nominees in 7 categories will be chosen after voting ends in July 7 this year. Voters can cast their votes, via text message or online, only once for every phase of the competition.

After 77 nominees are selected, 21 finalists will be chosen by the New7Wonders Panel of Experts, led by former United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Director General Federico Mayor, after which, another round of voting will begin until 7 finalists are announced in 2011.

Live rankings are regularly featured on its website, www.new7wonders.com.

During votations, the New7Wonders World Tour will also visit the 21 Finalist countries to give each a chance to be seen by the world.

The New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign was founded by Canadian filmmaker and explorer Bernard Weber, and is managed by the New7Wonders Foundation. The campaign aims to "raise awareness of the incredible variety and beauty of nature around us." Its motto is: "If we want to save anything, we first need to truly appreciate it!"
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where is carabao island?
Carabaoi Island is an island at the tip of Romblom Island..its proximity to Boracay made the government decide to construct an international airport that will serve Boracay..It is reported to be having the longest runway when completed..
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Wish somebody would post a pic here about that island.
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i hope so..its aerials perhaps, in order for us to have an idea how far it is from Boracay Island..
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Wala lang....

I just noticed that this is just like the MIMAROPA thread, sans Palawan.
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Puerto Galera Bay, crown jewel of the Verde Island Passage
By ROBERT A. EVORA

PUERTO GALERA, Oriental Mindoro -- With the onset of summer, people from all walks of life, all over the country, will once again troop to this island resort to savor the God-given natural beauty of the tropics. Puerto Galera, which is likened to a "jewelry box" for containing precious and unique marine life, is gifted for being at the heart of the "center of the world's marine biodiversity," which is the Verde Island Passage.

The unique position of Puerto Galera in the mainstream of Verde Island Passage could be the reason why this island resort was made the 32nd member of the Paris-based World's Most Beautiful Bays Club (WMBB), a singular distinction still unsurpassed by any bay in the Philippines.

The WMBB Club is sponsored by UNESCO, which also declared Puerto Galera a biosphere reserve under its Man and the Biosphere Programme in the 1970s. The Verde Island Passage is at the apex of the so-called Coral Triangle - the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia - which has the distinction of being the "global center of marine biodiversity."

The Passage houses 2,983 individual species of algae, corals, crustaceans, mollusks, fishes, marine reptiles, and marine mammals, based on a study conducted by scientists Carpenter and Springer in 2005.

As part of the triangle or the "eco-region," Verde Island Passage is under the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape, and is one of the only four Marine Biodiversity Conservation Corridors in the Philippines.
The four MBCCs are the Balabac Strait that links Sulu Sea with the South China Sea; the Tri-National Sea Turtle Corridor that links Sulu Sea with the Sulawesi Sea; the Cagayan Ridge (Tubbataha Reef National Park, Palawan); and the Verde Island Passage.
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15 hotels to open this year
By Roderick T. dela Cruz

FIFTEEN new hotels and resorts offering 2,000 rooms will open this year despite the economic downturn, the Tourism Department says.

The new properties are worth P20 billion, and they will be employing 3,000 workers, the department says.

It says some of these new properties have already opened, and they include 28 cluster villas under the Amanpulo Resorts, which owns Sugihara Villa Resort, Vauban Villa Resort, Salamanca Villa Resort, Almonavides Villa Resort, La Galice Villa Resort, Kapangyarihan Villa Resort, and La Pucelle Villa Resort.

Rates at the Amanpulo properties start at $1,150 a night.

Shangri La’s Boracay Resort & Spa, with 219 rooms, opened to guests on March 2 with daily rates of P20,500.

Discovery Bay Misibis on Cagraray Island, Albay, with 38 villas, also opened early this year with room rates starting at $305 a night.

The 75-room Park Bed and Breakfast Hotel and Restaurant in Pasay City, which is managed by Legend Hotels International Corp., has also opened, and its rates start at P1,500 a night.

The 50-room Microtel Inn and Suites in Puerto Princesa opened early this year, and it offers a daily rate of P3,800.

The largest hotel in Cebu, the 556-room Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort, will open on May 20, although it has yet to announce its room rates, the department says.

It says more hotels and resorts are opening in the second half of the year, including the 232-room Oakwood Premier Manila in Ortigas Center, which opens its doors to guests in the third quarter. The room rates at its sister facility, the Oakwood Makati, start at P10,000 a night.

The 100-room Picasso Serviced Residences in Salcedo Village, Makati, is expected to be completed by Ardent Development Corp. by the second half.

Also opening in the second half are two luxury hotels near the airport in Manila and beside the Villamor Championship Golf Course.

The Newport Marriott Hotel will have 365 guest rooms, and Maxims Hotel 170 suites.

The P500-million Silang Wakeboard Park is rising up on a 12-hectare plot of land in Silang, Cavite, and it’s expected to open by August.

The Manila Ocean Park in Rizal Park is building extra facilities including a boutique hotel.

The Tourism Department is also processing an application from Bella Roca Island Resort and Spa in Marinduque.

Tourism Secretary Ace Durano says these new investments in tourism-related facilities and establishments are expected to add more than 2,000 new accommodation rooms and generate 3,000 jobs.

“With this initial list of investments, the country is assured of a vibrant tourism industry with bigger revenue and more jobs,” Durano said.

The new hotels and resorts will pay no taxes for four to six years and may import capital equipment tax-free if they are registered with the Board of Investments, according to Victoria Jasmin, director of the Office of Tourism Standards.

Meanwhile, the Tourism Bill is expected to result in more investment and create more tourism zones once it is signed into law.

The Senate and the House’s bicameral conference committee has approved the bill, which will give the Tourism Department powers beyond its marketing functions.
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15 hotels to open this year
By Roderick T. dela Cruz

FIFTEEN new hotels and resorts offering 2,000 rooms will open this year despite the economic downturn, the Tourism Department says.

The new properties are worth P20 billion, and they will be employing 3,000 workers, the department says.

It says some of these new properties have already opened, and they include 28 cluster villas under the Amanpulo Resorts, which owns Sugihara Villa Resort, Vauban Villa Resort, Salamanca Villa Resort, Almonavides Villa Resort, La Galice Villa Resort, Kapangyarihan Villa Resort, and La Pucelle Villa Resort.

Rates at the Amanpulo properties start at $1,150 a night.

Shangri La’s Boracay Resort & Spa, with 219 rooms, opened to guests on March 2 with daily rates of P20,500.

Discovery Bay Misibis on Cagraray Island, Albay, with 38 villas, also opened early this year with room rates starting at $305 a night.

The 75-room Park Bed and Breakfast Hotel and Restaurant in Pasay City, which is managed by Legend Hotels International Corp., has also opened, and its rates start at P1,500 a night.

The 50-room Microtel Inn and Suites in Puerto Princesa opened early this year, and it offers a daily rate of P3,800.

The largest hotel in Cebu, the 556-room Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort, will open on May 20, although it has yet to announce its room rates, the department says.

It says more hotels and resorts are opening in the second half of the year, including the 232-room Oakwood Premier Manila in Ortigas Center, which opens its doors to guests in the third quarter. The room rates at its sister facility, the Oakwood Makati, start at P10,000 a night.

The 100-room Picasso Serviced Residences in Salcedo Village, Makati, is expected to be completed by Ardent Development Corp. by the second half.

Also opening in the second half are two luxury hotels near the airport in Manila and beside the Villamor Championship Golf Course.

The Newport Marriott Hotel will have 365 guest rooms, and Maxims Hotel 170 suites.

The P500-million Silang Wakeboard Park is rising up on a 12-hectare plot of land in Silang, Cavite, and it’s expected to open by August.

The Manila Ocean Park in Rizal Park is building extra facilities including a boutique hotel.

The Tourism Department is also processing an application from Bella Roca Island Resort and Spa in Marinduque.

Tourism Secretary Ace Durano says these new investments in tourism-related facilities and establishments are expected to add more than 2,000 new accommodation rooms and generate 3,000 jobs.

“With this initial list of investments, the country is assured of a vibrant tourism industry with bigger revenue and more jobs,” Durano said.

The new hotels and resorts will pay no taxes for four to six years and may import capital equipment tax-free if they are registered with the Board of Investments, according to Victoria Jasmin, director of the Office of Tourism Standards.

Meanwhile, the Tourism Bill is expected to result in more investment and create more tourism zones once it is signed into law.

The Senate and the House’s bicameral conference committee has approved the bill, which will give the Tourism Department powers beyond its marketing functions.
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