Publications

2022
Chun Sheng Goh. 9/26/2022. “Jumpstarting ‘green’ industry in North Kalimantan.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Borneo Post 20220926
borneopost_20220926.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 9/12/2022. “ Cleaning up horse dung: Innovation beyond technology.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220912.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 8/29/2022. “Decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors with biomass, hydrogen, and algae?” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220829.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 8/15/2022. “ Replacing steel and concrete with wood?” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220815.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh and Guanie Lim. 8/4/2022. “Can Chinese capital and technologies jumpstart economic development in Borneo?” Think China. Publisher's Version think_china_20220804.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 8/1/2022. “Redefining Kalimantan’s power dynamics with hydroelectricity.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220801.pdf
IRENA. 8/2022. Bioenergy for the Transition: Ensuring Sustainability and Overcoming Barriers. IRENA. irena_bioenergy_for_the_transition_2022.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 7/18/2022. “Shaping of Indonesia’s new capital by foreign capital.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220718.pdf
Guanie Lim and Chun Sheng Goh. 7/4/2022. “In Indonesia, Chinese financing for coal-fired power plants grows faster than that for renewables.” Think China. Publisher's Version think_china_20220704.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 7/4/2022. “Powering Nusantara: 'coal' hearts, clogged 'mines'.” The Borneo Post. borneopost_20220704.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 6/20/2022. “Building a future-oriented city in Kalimantan’s old-growth forests.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220620.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 6/12/2022. “Of Harimau-Garuda collaboration.” Daily Express (Sabah). pages_from_daily_express_20220612.pdf daily_express_20220612b.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/29/2022. “Sabah-Kalimantan borderland.” Daily Express (Sabah). Publisher's Version daily_express_20220529.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/25/2022. “Appreciating forests for carbon, health, and sustainability.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220525b.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/12/2022. “Creating a sustainable bio-economy in Borneo.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220512b.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/8/2022. “Demolish academic silos to achieve sustainability.” Malaysia Kini. Publisher's Version mkini_demolish_academic_silos_to_achieve_sustainability.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/6/2022. “Re-imagining Borneo in the digital revolution.” The Borneo Post. Publisher's Version borneopost_20220505b.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 5/1/2022. “The NCA’s important lessons.” Daily Express (Sabah). daily_express_20220501.pdf
Chun Sheng Goh. 4/24/2022. “What next for Sabah, S’wak post-Covid?” Daily Express (Sabah). Publisher's Version daily_express_20220424.pdf
Min Li Yeoh and Chun Sheng Goh. 4/2022. “Hydrotreated vegetable oil production from palm oil mill effluents: Status, opportunities and challenges.” Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. Publisher's VersionAbstract
The production of hydro-treated vegetable oil (HVO) from palm oil mill effluents (POME) can be particularly interesting for Malaysia and Indonesia, the two major palm oil producers. Potentially, about 0.4 and 0.9 billion liters of HVO may be produced from POME in Malaysia and Indonesia, respectively. Large amounts of POME oil were exported to China for biofuel production in recent years, but the supply–demand dynamics remain under-studied. The current policy trends in the EU are not in favor of POME-based HVO. Exports to the EU are shadowed by uncertainty regarding its eligibility for double counting owing to its links with the oil palm industry, despite it being claimed to be a waste-based biofuel. Domestically, Malaysia is still lagging behind in the policy for advanced biofuels. However, the country has shown its ambition in becoming a bio-jet fuel producer in the recently announced 12th Malaysia Plan (RMK-12). Converting POME oil into sustainable aviation fuel with HVO technology may be a promising option given the global commitment including Malaysia to reducing emissions in the aviation sector. © 2022 Society of Chemical Industry and John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
yeoh_and_goh_2022_hvo.pdf

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