Floods seen cutting Malaysian biodiesel production 20% in December

In Malaysia, floods are impacting oil palms to such a degree that palm oil production is expected to slump by up to 20% in December from 1.75 million metric tons produced in November. The floods are expected to disrupt production in January as well. Yet despite the cuts, the country’s plantation and commodities minister expects production to rise overall in 2015 to 20 million tons.

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