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Malaysia Developing Plan for Domestic Biodiesel Use

8 June 2005

Reuters. The Malaysian government is developing a plan for domestic use of palm oil-based biodiesel in blends of between 2%–5% (B2 to B5).

In April, the Malaysian Palm Oil Board announced the first domestic biodiesel refinery (earlier post). The output from that plant currently is destined for export.

The plan for the first domestic commercial biofuel will go the to the cabinet for discussion on June 15.  Cabinet approval is the first step in a bill to parliament and making it law.

June 8, 2005 in Biodiesel, Other Asia | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)


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