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Malakoff said to have won contract for waste-to-energy plant in Melaka

INDEPENDENT power producer Malakoff Corp Bhd is understood to have won a contract for the development of a waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Sungai Udang, Melaka, according to someone with knowledge of the matter. The project was put out to tender by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) in February 2021.

Renewable Energy: the Challenges of Biomass Development in Indonesia

Considering Indonesia is committed to the development of renewable energy in a bid to cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, while at the same time reducing its traditional dependence on fossil fuels such as coal and (mainly imported) diesel in terms of the energy supply, biomass is one of the options that can offer a […]

Goodfuels opens Singapore hub to meet growing biofuel demand

GoodFuels is expanding its activities into the Asia-Pacific region with the opening of a first office in Singapore. This new permanent presence in the region will enable GoodFuels to respond to fast-growing global demand for its advanced sustainable biofuels, which reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping by up to 90%.

Local plantation and palm oil indices rise as tight supply boosts stocks

The Bursa Malaysia Plantation Index and the FBM Palm Oil Plantation-NC Index have emerged among the local bourse’s top performing indices in the morning session as selected index heavyweight stocks gained on rising crude palm oil (CPO) price.

Shell First to Supply SAF to Customers in Singapore

Having a blending facility in the region enables a more efficient operation by moving neat SAF in bulk from production sources to the blending facility and then delivering blended SAF parcels to where it is needed.

Indonesia runs early tests to produce palm oil petrol

Indonesia has conducted early tests to produce petrol made from palm oil, its energy ministry said on Tuesday, as it seeks to expand use of the vegetable oil in its energy sector.

Indonesia energy ministry plans B40 biodiesel road tests next month

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s energy ministry plans to begin road tests for a biodiesel programme using 40% palm based bio-content (B40) in February, a senior government official said on Monday.    

Malaysia’s biodiesel exports to fall to 5-yr low due to EU decarbonisation

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 13 (Reuters) – The Malaysian Biodiesel Association on Thursday urged industry officials to come to terms with a steady decline of imports of palm-based biofuels in the European Union, with the country’s exports this year seen at their lowest level in five years.

Malaysia Looking to Increase Palm Oil Exports to Bangladesh

Malaysia is eager to increase palm oil exports to Bangladesh as the country seeks to increase its global market share of the industry. The government has also been engaging with countries in the Middle East such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, as well as eastern Europe and South Asia.

IFC backs Vietnam waste-to-energy plant

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has approved a US$30 million financing package for a waste-to-energy (WtE) power plant in Vietnam.