Myanmar considers LNG to meet growing energy demand

Energy demand in Myanmar is rising fast. The country is abundantly rich in natural energy resources, but the investment of capital and technology will not be able to unlock these resources in time to fulfill the growing need for power. In the meantime, the Ministry of Energy is considering its options for imported fuel to […]

Slipform Systems Austria presents Slip Form Method of Construction

Slipform Systems Austria is pleased to invite you to a presentation on   Slip Form Method of Construction   To be delivered by Mr Jurgen Kindermann CEO, Slipform Systems Austria Company Date Thurs 19th March 2015 Time 2 pm to 5 pm Venue Sedona Hotel, Mindon Room RSVP By 16th March 2015 by sending […]

Why all the electricity blackouts?

Why are electricity blackouts occurring so often in these days in Yangon? Many people are asking this question, particularly as some in the city lost power again for as much as six hours on the night of May 8. Government officials have pledged a 24-hour electricity supply to Myanmar’s main commercial city, but a glance […]

Old power cables in Yangon to be replaced next year – YESB

YANGON—The Yangon Electrical Supply Board is planning to replace old power cables currently used in the city with new ones in the 2014-15 fiscal year, the YESB’s deputy chief engineer, Ye Myint Htay, said yesterday. “Most cables installed in Yangon are more than 30 years old and need replacement. We expect to replace them soon,” […]

Plans in motion to make Wi-Fi available nationwide

The Myanmar Telecommunications Enterprise is working to make wireless Internet available to the whole country. Ye Naing Moe, chief engineer of the Information Technology Department, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, said that the Enterprise will enlist the help of technology companies from around the world in providing a nationwide Wi-Fi connection. Ye Naing Moe […]