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KBZ Group, PTT partner to develop oil terminal

The Kanbawza Group (KBZ) and Thai state-owned PTT Public Company (PTT) will enter into a joint-venture agreement through their subsidiaries for oil-terminal development and retail business expansion, the companies’ said in a press release. KBZ’s Brighter Energy Co and Brighter Energy Retail Co will partner with PTT’s subsidiary PTT Oil and Retail Business Public Co […]

Awra Trading Co to supply LPG as petrol alternative in Yangon

Awra Trading Co Ltd will start supplying liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as an alternative to petrol in Yangon, said chair U Kyaw Myo Naing. On December 16, the local company launched its LPG Auto Gas Filling Station & LPG Conversion Kit Installation Center in Shwe Pauk Kan Industrial Zone, Yangon. “We are expanding and now […]

Myanmar energy firm plans $35m investment

DRIVEN by its vision to become an innovative leader in Myanmar’s growing energy sector, locally-owned Parami Energy Group of Companies plans to invest US$35 million (Bt1.15 billion) in its LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) business over the next three years, according to Group CEO Ken Tun, aka Pyae Wa Tun. He told a media roundtable on […]

Parami Energy to invest US$25m for LPG distribution

Parami Energy will accelerate the distribution of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) next year, CEO U Pyi Wa Tun said yesterday. He said in a press conference that starting from December 12, 150,000 Parami LPG cylinders will be distributed in the market and before April 2019, 50pc of the LPG cylinders will be distributed in Yangon […]

EGATi seeks Myanmar power plants

Egat International Co (EGATi), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Electricty Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) is in talks with local operators to construct small gas-fired power plants in Myanmar. The company is seeking at least 10 potential sites for the construction of power plants with a capacity of 5-10 megawatts. EGATi estimates the investment […]

Infrastructure, safety standards needed for LPG industry to take off

The government is now more than half way through its term and time is running out for it to make good on its promise to double Myanmar’s supply of electricity within the next two years. But the government is not without backup plans to help it achieve its goals, one of which is replacing the […]

Myanmar cooks up LPG expansion plan

A PUSH to get more households to cook with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) forms a key plank of a plan by the Myanmar government to ramp up the use of the fuel and devote more of the country’s electricity supply to targeted sectors. Zaw Aung, director general of the Oil and Gas Planning Department, said […]

Government strengthens aim of distributing LPG to a million households by 2020

The Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) is aiming to supply liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to one million households by 2020, U Win Khine, Minister of the MOEE said at a meeting with companies involved in the import, storage, distribution and marketing of LPG last week. LPG can replace the use of electricity as a […]

Parami Energy Readies Imported LPG for Sale as Demand Rises

The government is aiming to replace the use of electricity with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) as a fuel for household cooking. If widely used, LPG can reduce the use of firewood as well as electricity when cooking, which will help to conserve power as well as the environment. Last year, the Ministry of Electricity and […]

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,” […]