China Cutbacks Put Burma Oil Terminal, Pipeline in Doubt

The future of China’s multi-billion dollar investment in an oil terminal and transshipment pipeline in Burma may be in doubt, after a major processing refinery project in China was delayed. The controversial refinery in the Yunnan Province capital of Kunming, which sparked angry street protests last year over pollution worries, will not now be built […]

Cheap Coal Tipped to Fuel Energy-Starved Myanmar

Burma’s future electricity needs are more likely to be fueled by coal than the oil and gas believed to be sitting beneath the seabed in offshore territorial waters, energy experts predict. Coal is rapidly becoming the fuel of choice for companies investing in new power-generating plants across the 10 Asean member states because of cost […]

MOGE Begins Long Process to Pick Myanmar’s Oil & Gas Investors

Subscribe to our Tender Alert. We send out email alert on Tender and EOI as it happens. Negotiations have finally begun to select foreign investors to explore for oil and gas in the seas off Burma’s coast, but it could be another eight months before any licenses are awarded. The Myanmar Oil & Gas Enterprise […]