Malaysia will introduce the mandatory sale of biodiesel fuel in the country’s central region starting in June 2011. The government is asking petroleum companies to bear the extra cost of selling the fuel to kick-start sales after a 4-year delay. Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Bernard Dompok says the implementation involves fuel derived from blending 5% palm methyl ester with 95% diesel. He says the delay until next year follows a request for more time from fuel ...
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