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refined petroleum, firewood, rural areas, towns, producer

Thermal stations burning refined petroleum supply the majority of Papua New Guinea’s electricity. Although the country is a producer and exporter of crude petroleum, it must import the refined petroleum needed for these stations. People in rural areas and in poorer parts of cities and towns rely principally on firewood to meet their energy needs. Hydroelectric stations also generate electricity.



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