Brunei aims to go green with oil and gas economy

The sultanate is dependent on its huge oil and gas reserves, but its economic development agency is eager to make the country a centre for renewable energy as well, and is rightly trying to attract more private sector investment.

  • 19 Jul 2010

Vincent Cheong’s declaration that Brunei could become a centre for excellence for renewable resources seems so ironic it’s almost farcical.

Isn’t this the tiny nation best known for its exports of oil and gas, hardly two of the world’s greenest sources of energy?

But the CEO of the ...

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