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According to Reuters, Teresa Kok, Minister of Industry of Malaysia, said in an interview on November 22 that on December 1, the Malaysian government will promote B10 biodiesel nationwide and raise the compulsory blending standard of biodiesel from 7% to 10%.
It is understood that B10 biodiesel will be mainly used in the field of transportation and will be enforced from February 2019. At present, B7 diesel fuel is still used in Malaysia's gas stations, and B10 biodiesel may be used as an alternative in the future.
"The cabinet has approved the use of biodiesel B10 and will start to implement it nationwide from December 1." "At the same time, we have reached an agreement with the Malaysian Federation of Industries that B7 biodiesel can still be used in industry," Teresa Kok said.
According to Reuters analysis, Malaysia, as one of the world's largest producers of palm oil, may double its palm oil consumption by introducing biodiesel B10.