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Indonesia seeks Japanese investment in three renewable energy projects

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Government has sought investments for three renewable energy projects at the 2nd Indonesia-Japan Business Forum (IJBF), Indonesian Ambassador to Japan Heri Akhmadi said in a statement received here on Wednesday

Malaysia’s palm oil stocks fall 7% in Sep, as production slows, exports rise

A sharp rise in exports and local consumption depleted Malaysia’s end-September palm oil inventories by 6.9% to 1.746 million mt on the month, while a continuing shortage of foreign workers weighed on production.

Indonesia conducts test flight using jet fuel mixed with palm oil

JAKARTA, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Indonesia conducted its first test flight using jet fuel partially from palm oil on Wednesday, a senior minister said, as the country plans to commercialise the fuel as it seeks creative ways to use the edible oil domestically.

Crude palm oil futures on Bursa Malaysia cross MR5,000/mt mark

The front-month October palm oil contract on the Bursa Malaysia crossed the MR5,000/mt mark Oct. 6 on short covering activities.

Links to coal mining add to Indonesian palm oil sector’s risk for buyers

JAKARTA — Consumer goods behemoths such as Unilever, PepsiCo and Nestlé that buy palm oil from Indonesia may be exposed to the environmental and social fallout from a seemingly unrelated industry there: coal mining.

Biomass to energy can help Malaysia meet green energy goals – MIGHT

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 – Malaysia’s new energy transition agenda through “Biomass to energy” (BTE) is expected to be of help in the country’s supply of green energy for future use,

PP Power pioneers use of napier grass

Plasma Purity Power Co (PP Power), a biogas power plant developer and operator, has announced it will be the first company in Thailand to be able to produce biogas purely from napier grass for electricity generation.

Tuas integrated waste treatment facility will be financed via green bonds

SINGAPORE – An upcoming integrated waste treatment facility in Tuas will be the first infrastructure project by a statutory board here that will be financed through green bonds, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu said on Tuesday (Aug 17).

Development of Tuas integrated water and solid waste treatment facility progresses to next stage

SINGAPORE – The next stage of development of Singapore’s first integrated water and solid waste treatment facility, in Tuas, has begun.

Indonesia to make biomass co-firing mandatory in power plants

JAKARTA, July 23 (Reuters) – Indonesia plans to make the co-firing of biomass in power stations mandatory as part of its efforts to phase out coal power plants, which account for more than 60% of its electricity supplies, an energy ministry director said on Friday.