Sarawak holds nearly all of nation’s coal reserves

PETALING JAYA: Sarawak is committed to exploiting fossil fuel resources found within its border and plans to use coal for power generation.

This is only natural as the state holds nearly 70% of Malaysia’s coal reserve, while Sabah comes in a distant second.

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