Can This Frontier Venue For NatGas Reel In Serious Investment?

After five decades of oil and gas exploration stagnation and mismanagement of natural resources under military rule, Myanmar (formerly Burma) in March elected its first non-military president since the 1962 coup, and if it all plays out right, it could open the floodgates for investment in this strategically vital oil and gas venue. On 15 […]

Japanese call for Yangon train work

The Yangon’s circular train line is seriously damaged, according to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). There was too little gravel and some connections were loose, it said. The JICA said the crossings were in poor condition and some houses were too close to the tracks. Drainage in many stations was poor and control systems, […]