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hydroelectric plants, natural gas, kilowatt-hours, pipeline, coal

In 1999 Thailand produced 89.4 billion kilowatt-hours (kwh) of electricity, up from about 3 billion kwh in 1968. Of this, 91 percent was produced by generating plants powered by oil, gas, and coal. The country imported 1 billion kwh of electricity from hydroelectric plants in neighboring Laos. Thailand also imports natural gas along a pipeline from Myanmar.



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