The first energy company in Asia to set a net zero goal is among major oil and gas firms expanding investments in cleaner and renewable energy. So what are its plans to bring about a greener future?
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 23 — Malaysia’s commitment to reduce its carbon emission intensity by 45 per cent by year 2030 can only be fulfilled through the involvement of diverse stakeholders, said Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.
KUCHING, Nov 21 — Sarawak Energy Bhd’s largest hydropower project to-date, the 1,285-megawatt (MW) Baleh Hydroelectric Project (HEP), has reached a major milestone with the successful completion of its dual diversion tunnels, river diversion and closure works in October.
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas is calling for stronger regional collaboration in energy transition efforts.
The eastern Malaysian state of Sarawak, home to the country’s LNG export complex, will soon open onshore acreage for bidding, as it hopes to revitalise its onshore oil and gas industry after taking regulatory control from the federal government.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s state energy firm Petronas on Friday (Nov 20) said it is stepping up investments in hydrogen as part of a global push to produce carbon-free energy, even as the firm expands its portfolio in liquefied natural gas and renewable energy.
BiON is to establish a consortium to accelerate the expansion of biogas activities in Malaysia.
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) is pleased to announce the winners of the National Energy Awards (NEA) 2020. 30 from the total 110 participants of the NEA were selected as winners of NEA 2020 through a rigorous evaluation process involving a panel of professional and experienced judges which comprises three categories: Category […]
THE Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) has announced the winners of the National Energy Awards (NEA) 2020.
THE adoption of electric vehicles (EV) in Malaysia is still undeniably low.