KUALA LUMPUR: Fuel Malaysia Bhd has partnered Kulim Greenergy Sdn Bhd to provide Compressed Bio-Methane (Bio-CNG) to be injected into Fuel Malaysia’s pure gasoline distribution system.
In a joint assertion, the businesses stated the Bio-CNG can be equipped by Kulim (M) Bhd’s palm oil mills, specifically Tereh and Sindora in Kluang, Johor.
The gasoline buy settlement was formalized between Fuel Malaysia’s wholly-owned subsidiary Fuel Malaysia Digital Pipeline Sdn Bhd and Kulim Greenergy, a wholly-owned Kulim subsidiary.
Fuel Malaysia group chief govt officer Ahmad Hashimi Abdul Manap stated there’s potential for renewable and sustainable vitality adoption in Malaysia, which is additional complemented by a progressively evolving inexperienced vitality panorama.
“We’re honored to associate Kulim Greenergy on this inexperienced enterprise. We firmly consider that the long run lies in renewable and sustainable vitality,” he stated.
In line with Fuel Malaysia, the partnership is a part of its diversification technique to discover different avenues throughout the gasoline worth chain to additional consolidate its place within the business.
Kulim managing director Mohd Faris Adli Shukery stated the enterprise is without doubt one of the group’s efforts to understand its dedication within the round economic system as a part of Kulim’s “Trash to Treasure” initiatives. — Bernama