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Myanmar - dawning of a new era?


Myanmar - dawning of a new era?

Report summary

New investment in Myanmar's oil and gas sector has been prohibited by US- and EU-imposed sanctions since 1997. These sanctions were eased in early-2012 and the country is now being courted by the industry's major players, eager to gain access to its potentially lucrative deepwater acreage. The opportunity to build a position in one of the region's last underexplored areas is initially available through an onshore licensing round that opened in January 2013.

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  • Executive summary
  • 2013 licensing rounds
    • Offshore round will be competitive
  • Gas infrastructure provides export opportunities
    • Southern Myanmar
    • Northern Myanmar
  • Attractive prices
  • Key projects and players
    • Liquids output declining, but gas production increasing
  • Corporate landscape
  • Dawn of a new era?

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • 2013 licensing rounds
    • Blocks on offer in onshore licensing round
  • Gas infrastructure provides export opportunities
    • Central and South Thailand gas balance
    • Guizhou province gas supply/demand balance
  • Attractive prices
    • Gas prices for new projects
  • Key projects and players
    • Liquids and gas production (1991-2030)
  • Corporate landscape
    • Remaining reserves by participant and development status (by net working interest, as at 1/1/2013)
    • Top 15 acreage holders by net working interest
  • Dawn of a new era?
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