6,900 km gas pipelines to connect Bangladesh, Myanmar, India

GARTALA: The government has ambitious plan to lay 6,900 km of gas pipelines linking Bangladesh, Myanmar, most north-eastern states, and West Bengal, ONGC Executive director S.C. Soni said here. “As part of Hydrocarbon Vision 2030 for North-eastern region, 6,900 km pipelines would be laid connecting Sitwe (Myanmar), Chittagong (Bangladesh), most north-eastern states, Siliguri and Durgapur,” […]

MPE opens more tenders

Myanma Petrochemical Enterprise (MPE) has invited local and foreign companies to submit proposals for a further slate of joint ventures, according to an announcement on May 25. The first tender invites private companies to build a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) terminal and supply chain for the LPG business. Interested investors should submit letters of expression […]

CNG refuelling station to open on Yangon’s outskirts

Vehicles forbidden to enter Yangon will now be able to refuel on the outskirts, the energy ministry has decided. In a May 22 statement, the ministry announced plans to open a filling station about 35 kilometres (21 miles) north of the city at Htaukkyant for vehicles fuelled by natural gas. More than 1 million cubic […]

Twenty-two companies interested in Nyaungdone LPG joint venture

Some 22 domestic and foreign companies have shown interest in forming a joint venture for Nyaungdone Liquefied Petroleum Gas plant, according to the Ministry of Energy. The plant, to locate near Yoegyi village, Nyaungdone Township, Ayeyarwady Region, is expected to produce 30 tons of LPG per day. Last April, the ministry invited companies to submit […]