3rd MOGP - Myanmar Oil Gas & Power Week
23-26 Sep, 2013 - Yangon
Sedona Hotel Yangon
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3rd MOGP Week - Two Premier Events Under One Roof!

Incorporating 2 Ground-breaking industry conferences with individual interactive sessions,
plus separately bookable workshops for
comprehensive networking
and knowledge sharing experience.

 

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3rd MOGP WEEK AGENDA AT A GLANCE

 

3rd MOGP WEEK23 Sept 2013, Monday24 Sept 2013, Tuesday25 Sept2013, Wednesday26 Sept 2013, Thursday

DAY 1 MPS Summit
(9:00 to 17:50)

 

Networking Cocktail

(18:00)

DAY 2 MPS

Summit

(9:00 to 16:40)

Optional & Separately Bookable

 

Post-Summit Workshop

(09:00 to 15:00)

 
 

Optional & Separately Bookable

 

Pre-Summit Workshop

(9:00 to 16:00)

DAY 1 MOG

Summit

(9:00 to 17:00)

 

Networking

Cocktail

(17:30)

DAY 2 MOGSummit

(9:00 to 14:00)

 

  • MOEP on Regulatory Policy for the Power Generation & Transmission

  • Framework for Power Development Plan (PPA, BOT, etc), Environmental Policy & etc

  • Rehabilitation Roadmap, Demand Mapping & Fuel-Mix Requirement (Gas, Hydropower, Renewable etc) 

  • Regional Success Stories & Best Practice

  • Renewable Energy's Feasibility & Sustainability of Implementation

  • Existing Delivery Infrastructure, Transmission Grid & Plans for New Build & Upgrading

  • Project Financing & Funding Options for Emerging Economies

  • Foreign Investment Law & Processes for Ventures in Power Sector

  • Investment & Taxation Processes Related to Power Plant Project

  • Latest on the Offshore Oil & Gas Tendering Round, Fiscal Regime & Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs) Terms for Onshore & Offshore Blocks

  • Updates on the Investment Law & Changes on Taxation

  • Best Practices in EITI & Environmental Issues

  • Investment & Operational Challenges from Current Operators

  • Plans Ahead for New Refining Capacity & Existing Refineries

  • Downstream Development on Gas Utilization & Petrochemicals

  • Demand versus Imports Requirement for Petroleum Products (LPG, Gasoline, Diesel, Lubricants, etc)

  • Infrastructure Roadmap for Energy Delivery (i.e. Pipelines & Storage Terminals)

  • Securing Project Financing Facility for E&P Investment in Myanmar Upstream

Testimonials from last year's event delegates
  • This was an excellent opportunity for us to meet Myanmar Representatives and learn about the electricity system here - The Lantau Group
  • The event was very interesting and gave a good overview of the current status and development plans for the Myanmar Power Generation & Transmission market, where it especially emphasized the very early stage in which this market is - Fichtner
  • Excellent opportunity to interface with many energy market stakeholder - SIEMENS
  • It was an eye opener - Rolls Royce
  • Interesting introduction to the Myanmar Electricity sector, it's plan and requirement for the future - Utiligence
  • Conference sessions were informative and offered good opportunity for networking - The Tata Power
  • This summit is of great interest & useful to understand Myanmar power requirement & resources available - United Tech. Corp.
  • Well attended; interested participants with some local expertise -WLGore & Assocs Inc
  • Informative - Mizuho Corporate Bank
  • It is a good forum discussion Myanmar oil, gas and power industry - Krohne Oil & Gas
  • An excellent conference that attracted senior management and enabled a great exchange of information - Upstream
  • It was a very informative and useful conference - PT IstechResources Asia
  • An informative event - Petronas
  • Constructive networking experience - GL Noble Denton
  • Very good opportunity to learn the host national company attitude -Idemitsu
  • Provide an overview of the oil & gas market, very valuable - Stolt-Nelsen
More Updates Coming Up Shortly. Be Sure To Visit Again Soon.
     
INDUSTRY NEWS ... Who you will network with Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor

WE Holdings venturing into oil and gas sector in Myanmar

 

Tuas Power looks to Myanmar, Indonesia

 

Taiwan 's CPC joins Sinopec in Myanmar venture

 

Oil refinery to be constructed in central Myanmar

 

Oil and gas open for tender

 

MOECO to invest in Myanmar oil and gas

 

Solar power may offer alternative solutions to rural Myanmar

 

 

 

VISA INFO FOR FOREIGNERS:

 

Get Myanmar Visa in Singapore

Get Myanmar Visa in Bangkok

 

Though Visa-on-arrival (VOA) now available for 48 countries listed here, CMT recommends pre-arrival application at country of departure.

 

For VOA application, visit site below:

 

Myanmar Visa

NOTE: CMT accepts no liability for services rendered and/or its outcome

 

At 2nd Myanmar Power Summit:

 

Local & International Power Producers, Renewable Energy Developers / Producers, Coal Producers / Exporters, Power Delivery / Transmission Companies, Financial Institutions & Project Financiers, Thermal Power Equipment & Technologies Providers, Clean Coal Technologies Providers, Renewable Energy (Hydro, Solar, Wind)Technologies Providers, Power Technology & Equipment Service Providers, EPCs & Developers, Energy / Power & Legal Consultants

 

 

At Myanmar Oil & Gas:


CEOs, Presidents, GMs, Business Development Directors, E&P Directors, New Ventures Directors, Executives & Traders from Leading Oil & Gas Companies, Government Officials, Energy Consultants, Additives and Catalyst Companies, Project Financiers, Storage & Terminal Companies, EPC Companies, Legal Counselors

 

 

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players & investors in the industry.

 

For info on

Customized Sponsorship Packages

Email:nisha@cmtsp.com.sg
Tel +65 6346 9130

 

To book

Exhibition Space for MPS

Email: grace@cmtsp.com.sg
Tel:
+65 6346 9147

 

To book

Exhibition Space for MOG

Email: huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg
Tel:
+65 6346 9113

 

 

 

 

Exploration in Myanmar a vital move for regional oil & gas firms
Posted on : 27 May, 2013

 

One of Taiwan’s two major fuel providers, CPC Corp, joins China’s oil giant, Sinopec, with a 30% stake in gas reserves project in Myanmar. This collaboration will contribute to increased stability in Taiwan’s energy sources and supplies as well as control in prices.

 

Myanmar’s immense potential in oil & gas is drawing increasing participation from regional industry players. A leading natural gas exporter in Asia, Myanmar boasts gas reserves at an approximated 10 trillion cubic feet, and oil reserves stand at 50 million barrels. However, the lack of technical know-how and expertise is an obstacle for the local companies.

 

Through foreign investments and explorations in oil & gas blocks bids, Myanmar aims to bring foreign companies’ technology, expertise and knowledge to the local companies and at the same time, leveraging on the foreign counterparts’ financial capabilities.

 

Major foreign entities, especially the Indian players, have since expressed high level of interest in exploring Myanmar’s oil & gas potentials as the nation continues to rise as a vital chess piece in the region’s oil & gas race, especially against the Chinese domination. Of the 59 prospective bidders in the upcoming 30 offshore blocks bid (11 shallow and 19 deep-sea oil & gas blocks) in June, seven are from India, including state-run ONGC Videsh Ltd and Oil India Ltd.

 

Some of the global giants that are competing in June’s offshore blocks bid are Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron Corp, ConocoPhillips and Exxon Mobil Corp.

 

From September 23-27, Myanmar’s Ministry of Electric Power and Ministry of Energy will host the 3rd MOGP Week in collaboration with CMT, outlining the nation’s oil & gas and power masterplans as well as upcoming opportunities.

 

For program details, event information or enquiries, please contact:

Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg / Tel. +65 6346 9147

Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg / Tel. +65 6346 9113

 

 

Read more:

Myanmar to boost local firms’ involvement in oil, gas

Myanmar leads natural gas export in Asia

OVL, OIL may buy India energy ticket to Myanmar

Taiwan bids for oil, gas security in Myanmar deal



NEDA to provide 1 billion baht soft loan to Myanmar for power upgrade
Posted on : 25 Apr, 2013

 

In a bid to upgrade Myanmar’s power supply to meet spiking electricity demand, NEDA, a Bangkok-based organization that supports infrastructure development in neighboring countries through initiatives, grants and loans, will be providing a 1 billion baht soft loan to the Yangon Electricity Supply Board.

 

The region to be upgraded includes Yangon’s North Okkalapa and North Dagon townships. Spanning over 70 square kilometers, this area is now packed with people and factories following an inflow of investments and business activities. With a high energy loss of more than 30%, the backdated power transmission system is impeding progress and has to go under review.

 

 

Myanmar’s power distribution at a glance

Myanmar’s power distribution at a glance

 

 

The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has since been commissioned to conduct studies on the transmission lines in the two townships. PEA will be provided with 12.3 million baht for this study and is estimated to be completed within six months. The 1 billion baht soft loan will follow after the study is completed.

 

Myanmar government officials will share more on its national power grid plans during the 3rd MOGP Week in Yangon on September 23-27, 2013.

 

For more information on the event, please contact: Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg / Tel. +65 6346 9147 or Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg / Tel. +65 6346 9113



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