How electricity is generated in Malaysia


ELECTRICITY output in Malaysia is generated primarily from burning limited fossil fuel resources such as oil, coal or natural gas that have huge consequences for the environment.

Natural gas production has steadily increased year on year, becoming one of our primary energy suppliers in 2012 at 38,648 kilotonne of oil equivalent (ktoe).

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