Round Table with Key Officials from Myanmar’s Union Ministry of Electricity and Energy
08 Sep 2017, EIC London, SE1 7TP
Open to: All companies
Since 2011 Myanmar has welcomed international oil companies to explore its offshore basins with notable players such as Chevron, Shell, Statoil, Total and Eni taking interests in the offshore blocks.
As interest in the market continues to grow the EIC welcomes key officials from Myanmar’s Union Ministry of Electricity and Energy, during their delegation to the UK. Our round table on Friday 8 September at the EIC London, will give you the opportunity to find out more about the size and shape of the energy market, understand what current production is already underway and become aware of significant projects and future opportunities for the supply chain.
9:30 Registration with tea/coffee served
Market overview, latest projects and opportunities: Htet Lin - Trade and Investment Manager & Energy Lead
Department of International Trade Myanmar
Zaw Aung - Director General, Onshore Oil and Gas Department
Ministry of Electricity and Energy
Kyaw Nyan Tun - Director, Offshore Oil & Gas Department
Ministry of Electricity & Energy
Round table discussion11:30 Event close
In 2011 the introduction of new political reforms opened up the previously closed oil and gas market in Myanmar. By welcoming international oil and gas companies and promoting international investment the country has seen a boost in exploration, resulting in significant production at the Yadana, Yetagun and Shwe fields with further developments still on the horizon.
The expected CAPEX in the upstream sector alone is estimated to reach several billions of dollars by bringing into production recent discoveries made by Woodside and PTTEP. These discoveries alongside the continued development of the Shwe field by Daewoo International, look set to provide supply chain opportunities in the short, medium and long term.Cost
Member - £29.00
Non-member - £49.00
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