Myanmar Energy Articles & Analysis

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Myanmar has one of the most diverse, high-potential energy sectors in the ASEAN region. Home to vast natural gas and hydropower reserves, and with hydrocarbons production dating as far back as the 10th century, the country is well positioned to remain a significant regional energy supplier, even as stakeholders continue to grapple with...

 

How will the participation of foreign companies and investors affect the distribution and sale of petroleum products in the domestic market?

 

What is the best strategy to electrify Myanmar’s rural and most remote areas?

 

Myanmar’s electrification rate is among the lowest in South-east Asia, despite the country holding abundant hydropower resources that should easily enable it to reach energy self-sufficiency. With electricity consumption rising sharply in recent years, and forecast to triple by 2030, the government of Myanmar is moving to deploy dozens of new...

 

Myanmar’s downstream oil and gas sector is slated for expansion in the coming years, as declining production at its big four offshore gas fields, limited domestic refining capacity, and rising fuel imports and electricity consumption create new investment opportunities for the private sector. One of the largest recent downstream developments...

 

In what ways can the country more effectively provide electricity to its rural population?