Myanmar Offshore Oil & Gas Environmental Impact Assessment Conference on 11th Mar 2014

With the impending announcement of the winners for the 30 offshore oil & gas blocks, we are pleased to announce that CSA Ocean Science, Inc (USA) will be holding a presentation on:

Myanmar Offshore Environmental Impact Assessment.

The presentation will be delivered by Dr. David A. Gettleson (Director/Senior Scientist, CSA Ocean Sciences, U.S.A), and will include the representative projects to be discussed:

Project specific environmental and social impact assessment

  • Studies/assessments of oil & gas operations: issues and regulations
  • Project specific baseline and monitoring studies of oil & gas operations
  • Projects that mitigate impacts of oil & gas operations

The presentation will be held at the Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) in Yangon, between 1 pm and 3 pm on Tuesday11 March 2013.

If you would like to attend, kindly confirm your attendance by providing your details via reply mail by the 07 March 2013.

  1. Name of Guest/Title
  2. Number of Guest Attending
  3. Organisation’s Name

This event is organized by Consult-Myanmar Co Ltd on behalf of our client CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc. If you have any questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact  our staff Mr Don Choo at  email don (at) or by office line (+95-1-122-1268).

You can download Dr Gettleson’s presentation here

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