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Energy in Macau

NKOIL filling station in Macau
Water treatment plant in Macau

Energy in Macau is related to all of the type of energy and its related infrastructure used in Macau, China. Energy-related affairs is administered under the Secretariat for Transport and Public Works of the Government of Macau.

Natural gas

Macau import its natural gas supply from Hengqin Island in Zhuhai, Guangdong. The pipeline has a capacity of 520 million m3 of natural gas per year. The sole gas importer in Macau is Sinosky Energy (Holdings) Co. Ltd. (Chinese: 中天能源控股有限公司).[1]


Petroleum and other petrochemical products in Macau is handled by Nam Kwong Petroleum & Chemical Co., Ltd. (NKOIL; Chinese: 南光石油化工有限公司) from its trading, storage, transportation, wholesale and retail, including the installation and maintenance of gas and fuel supply system.[2][3]

Water supply

Water supply in Macau is handled by Macao Water.

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