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Malaysian Oil and Gas Company Petronas Ventures into Renewable Energy

Petronas is one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world - controlling the fourth largest fossil fuel reserves in Asia. Yet the government owned business is aware that oil and gas is loosing traction. Since 2013 Petronas has been investing in renewable energy and currently controls over 1 GW of solar arrays. Further investment in renewable technologies is expected in the coming decades.

The Boom of Green Investments in Asia and the Reasons for the Investors’ Interest

As the next renewable energy powerhouse, Asia is a primary point of interest for many...

The Risk of Oil and Gas investments – A Story of Declining Returns

In the three years after the ratification of the Paris Agreement, the five largest oil...

Green Financing in Asia – Still More Room For Growth

Green financing was first developed by governments as an initiative to reduce national level environmental...

Malaysian Banks and Their Slow Transition to Renewable Energy Finance

The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030) is to reduce global air pollution levels through...

Malaysia’s CIMB Announces Coal Financing Phase-out by 2040

CIMB becomes the first emerging markets bank to announce a progressive coal exit policy. Malaysia’s...

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