Myanmar Oil & Gas,

24-26 Sep, 2013 - Yangon, MYANMAR

Sedona Hotel Yangon

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Official Host

MInistry of Energy

Ministry of Energy





Keynote Opening by:

U Myint Zaw, Deputy Minister
Ministry of Energy, Myanmar




  • 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


Confirmed Speakers from

  • Officials from Ministry of Energy
  • Officials from Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
  • Officials from Myanmar Petroleum Products Enterprise (MPPE)
  • Officials from Myanmar Petrochemical Enterprise (MPE)
  • UN Resident Coordinator's Office
  • Myanmar Development Resource Institute (MDRI)
  • The Lantau Group
  • Mayer Brown JSM
  • SMART Group of Companies
  • Trident Technologies
  • North-Petrochem Corporation (Myanmar)
  • Marsh
  • Surbiton Geological Services


You can also refer to


3rd MOGP Week


site for more details on program.

Why Attend CMT Invest Myanmar Series?


1. Proven Track Record
CMT has organized 16 summits in Yangon since March 2012 in key sectors attracting over 3000 delegates from over 50 countries. These include:

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power
- 1st, 2nd & 3rd New Myanmar Investment
- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Mining
- 14th Asia CemenTrade
- 2nd Commercial Farm Asia
- 1st Myanmar Telecoms Reform Update
- 1st Myanmar Real Estate
- 1st Myanmar POWER Summit
- 3rd RubberPlant Summit
- 9th SugarWorld ASIA
- Myanmar Consumer Summit
- Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit


2. Meet Key Officials & Decision-makers
CMT works closely with various ministries. The Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Electric Power & Ministry of Transport act as official host and supporter of many of our summits


3. Connect with genuine local or foreign partners
Network with the right persons or companies. We attract the best possible candidates you can pick as business associate or partner.


4. Covers All Strategic Sectors
CMT covers all the key sectors - Energy, Mining, Agriculture, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Finance, Power, Telecoms and many more.


5. 1 to 1 Meetings with Government Officials
CMT facilitates dedicated private consultation sessions with government officials at our events.


CMT Invest Myanmar series provide not mere "information" but "insights on growth strategies


INDUSTRY NEWS ... Who you will network with Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor

Myanmar-China gas pipeline starts to deliver gas to China


More natural gas deposit found in Myanmar offshore block


Indian companies to invest US$2.6b in Myanmar


Puma Energy selected to construct Thilawa Harbour and oil tanks


MOECO to invest in Myanmar oil and gas


Taiwan 's CPC joins Sinopec in Myanmar venture


Oil and gas open for tender


WE Holdings venturing into oil and gas sector in Myanmar




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
Tel +65 6346 9130



To book

Exhibition Space for MOG

+65 6346 9113





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


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News Feed

Will Myanmar’s Oil and Gas benefit the Nation?

Posted on : 19 Sep, 2013


Myanmar will soon be pumping approximately $45 million worth of oil and gas a day to China by a pipeline through the Bay of Bengal. This will help China to completely bypass the Malacca Straits and Singapore. It will also mostly bypass Myanmar.


Myanmar as a country is rich in natural resources. The trick, however, is using the resources in way so as to switch from being a seller to being a consumer.


Several multinational companies are trying to drill for gas and oil off Myanmar and for this they will have to negotiate with the nation as a customer rather than a partner. Myanmar’s existing customers, on the other hand, namely, China and Thailand, are already re-working on their old purchase agreements.


Pailin Chuchottaworn, CEO of Thai Oil Company, in an article in EIN News clarified the reason behind this, “The problem is not the gas, it’s the overall capacity”.


A report, prepared for the forum by Accenture and the Asian Development Bank, states that a new offshore gas field near Myanmar's maritime border with Bangladesh will boost the country’s oil and gas output by 75 percent. The gas will be sent to China and will annually earn Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) (a state state-owned entity) another $1.8 billion.


Drilling oil and gas itself does not contribute in creating local jobs. Therefore, Myanmar would need to find a way to make sure the local populations benefit from the investment.


The upcoming Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit in Yangon on September 24-26 will provide updates on Myanmar’s oil/ gas fiscal regime & developments from the current onshore & offshore blocks bidding.


For inquiries, please contact Ms. Huiyan at or Tel. +65 6346 9113.

Myanmar’s oil & gas sector sees 145 joint ventures as of June

Posted on : 04 Jul, 2013


Since its economic reform, the new Asian frontier Myanmar has both enjoyed and offered huge volumes of investment opportunities. The nation’s new foreign investment law has also encouraged international leaders from various industries to venture into Myanmar’s promising and prospective market.


A resource-filled country, Myanmar’s oil and gas potentials are known to industry players worldwide. Owing to the lack of technical know-how and expertise, the exploratory and technological development fields have become a huge basis for joint ventures between local and foreign companies.


As of June 12, the number of joint ventures between local and international energy players has hit 145, with more to come when the offshore blocks are put out to tender.


As one of Myanmar’s major sources of income, the oil & gas sector will continue to play an important role in the nation’s development plan. In order to boost the industry, the Ministry of Energy has also reported a focus of efforts in the exploration of onshore and offshore oil & gas fields.


An official host of the upcoming Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit in Yangon, September 24-26, the Ministry of Energy will be sharing insights on Myanmar’s oil & gas sector. More information on the Myanmar Oil & Gas Summit is available on the Event Page here.


For inquiries, please contact Ms. Huiyan at or Tel. +65 6346 9113.