(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2013
Whilst in the past, Myanmar's oil and gas industry has suffered from insufficient foreign investment, a number of recent political reforms have fostered foreign investors' interest. Measures include government plans to reduce the income tax rate by 5% and extend the three-year tax holiday to five years, the launch of a series of licensing rounds and the issue of production-sharing contracts. With these reforms, comes a growing consensus that Myanmar is one to watch, particularly as an oil and gas power. Indeed, Myanmar has even been rated by some experts amongst the world's top five oil and gas hotspots.
Nevertheless, Myanmar's technical capacity and expertise remain under-developed. To reach its full potential, Myanmar must experience a technological revolution. This substantial demand for the latest technology and industry solutions will be addressed at the 3rd annual Oil & Gas Summit 2014, the largest Oil & Gas Exhibition in Myanmar. The Summit will be co-hosted alongside the extremely popular Myanmar Power and Electricity Summit 2014 on 27-28 January. The 2-day event will bring together some of the world's leading industry players to discover the latest investment opportunities, industry developments and to network with key industry players.
Delegates will include Energy ministers, senior Oil and Gas company representatives, contractors, local & international power producers, Investors, Generation/Transmission/Distribution companies, Service Companies and Solution-providers. They will have the chance to attend a Multi-Streamed Conference, Networking Evening, and 40 booth interactive exhibition, all in the comfort of the five-star venue in Yangon. A Business Match-Making Service will also be on offer to arrange one-on-one meetings between delegates.
High-Level speakers at the multi-streamed conference, some of whom have over 20 years of experience in Myanmar's energy industry, will be discussing the industry's most topical issues, including:
Extensive analysis on best practice for local content.
How to deliver value in: Social Responsibility, Environmental Issues, Development,
Investment, Capacity and Education
The technologies required in Myanmar’s evolving energy industry and the
latest energy Infrastructure development opportunities
The future outlook for Myanmar’s seismic acquisition
The latest developments and opportunities in the New Myanmar’s power sector
What the legal and regulatory framework means for direct foreign investment
Strategies and best practice for the development and improvement of
Myanmar’s power generation, transmission and distribution networks.
The latest plans for power plant development across Myanmar
The best practice for Joint-Venture Partnerships
The latest hydro-power plant initiatives
U Kyaw Soe, Exploration Geologist, Parami Energy Development Co Ltd; U Kyaw Kyaw Hlaing, Chairman, Smart Group of Companies; U Zaw Min Oo, International Business Executive, China National United Oil Corporation (ChinaOil) Myanmar; U Aung Kui Win, Consultant Chief Geologist, Trident Technologies Ltd / Former Chief Research Officer, Moge; U Zaw Naing Oo, Director, Resource & Environment Myanmar Co. Ltd are just some of the leading industry figures who will be speaking at the Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit 2014.
Youngjin Cheon (Pascal), CTO / Power Systems, GK Power Systems; Moazzem Hossain, Operational Planning & Studies Department Manager, Abu Dhabi Distribution Co; U Aung Myint, General Secretary, Renewable Energy Association Myanmar (REAM); Allen Himes, MD, Indigo Energy; U Win Kyaing, Energy Development Committee Member, Union of Myanmar (Retd.) MEPE; Mr. Htun Naing Aung, Chairman / CEO, Kaung Kyaw Say Engineering Co. Ltd are just a few of the leading experts who will be speaking at the Myanmar Power & Electricity Summit 2014.
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