Myanmar Ministry of Energy and Centre for Management Technology (CMT) to Co-host MOGP (Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power) Summit on 28 - 29 March 2012 in Yangon

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Dramatic changes afoot in Myanmar have whet the appetite of foreign investors who are eyeing a slice of the frontier market's rich and large economic potential. Notwithstanding the long road still ahead, Myanmar’s political changes in recent months have been breathtaking. The lightning-fast pace of reforms has so far included renewed ties with the US, luring investors with 8-year tax break, plus imminent lifting of EU and US sanctions. Myanmar’s strategic location at a crossroads in Asia and its resources have now increasingly made the country an interest to both Western nations and its neighbouring Asian countries.

MOGP Summit ( Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power )

In light of positive political developments, Myanmar's Ministry of Energy and Centre for Management Technology (CMT) are proud to co organize MOGP (Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power) Summit on 28-29 March 2012!

In light of current positive developments, Myanmar's Ministry of Energy and Centre for Management Technology (CMT) are proud to co organize an official and aptly timed MOGP (Myanmar Oil Gas & Power) Summit on 28-29 March, 2012. Held in Yangon and themed “Gearing Up for the Emerging Oil & Gas Opportunities," the conference reflects on operational issues like processes involved in securing upstream oil & gas exploration ventures; key challenges, drivers and new opportunities in Myanmar’s oil and gas industry.

The main highlight at the conference is the official opening address by His Excellency U Than Htay, Minister of Energy, Myanmar. Together with an impressive array of experts some of the vital topics to be discussed include:

  •     Latest terms & conditions plus role of MOGE in the PSCs by U Htin Aung, DG - Energy Planning, Ministry of Energy, Myanmar. His presentation title is Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in Myanmar’s Upstream Oil & Gas
  •     Myanmar Oil & Gas Enterprise (MOGE) official sessions on: Petroleum Geology Outlook of Myanmar & Opportunities for E&P by U Tin Maung Yee; Natural Gas Exploration & Demand Scenario in Myanmar by U Zaw Aung; Domestic and Trans-national Oil/Gas Pipeline Development by U Tun Thwe
  •     Total E&P Myanmar Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development Activities by Namita Shah, General Manager, TOTAL E&P Myanmar
  •     Legal, Taxation & Other Approval Processes for Investment Ventures in Myanmar Upstream by James Finch, Legal Counsel, DFDL Mekong Group.
  •     Energy 2020: Environment and Resources by John Vautrain, an independent Energy Industry Consultant.
  •     Opportunities for Growing LPG in Myanmar, with details on necessary preconditions to ensure a safe & reliable market development plus anticipated areas of growth by James Rockall, CEO & Managing Director, World LP Gas Association
  •     Domestics Market Potential for Petroleum Products & LPG by Daw Hla Hla Kyi, Director Planning from Myanmar Petroleum Products Enterprise (MPPE) and U Tin Zaw Kyi, Divisional Marketing Officer, Myanmar Petrochemical Enterprise (MPE)
  •     Managing Country Risk in Energy & Infrastructure Projects by Andrew Gilholm, Head of Asia Analysis, Control Risks
  •     Updates on Infrastructure Development Projects of Regional Significance including Dawei Deep Sea Project, Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone Project & Kaladan Multi-Modal Transit Transport Project by Dr . Somchet Thinaphong, Managing Director, Dawei Development Company Limited
  •     Myanmar’s Electricity Outlook with Reference to Demand Scenario, Fuel Mix Outlook and Export programmes by a Senior Official from Ministry of Electric Power (MEP)

To access full agenda of MOGP Summit (Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power) visit the event’s website. For details on registrations please contact Ms. Huiyan at (65) 6346 9113

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