Myanmar Energy

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With an estimated 19,000 cu metres of water available per person per annum, Myanmar might be called a regional water superpower. Its capacity for water storage is nine times that available in China, five times that in Vietnam, and 16 times the amount in both Bangladesh and India. The total catchment area of its 10 main rivers covers some 737,...


To what extent have service companies been affected by the decline in oil prices?


What measures still need to be taken to promote investment in mining, and how can the decentralisation process play a role in this?


In a effort to usher in a new wave of investment into natural resource development, the previous ruling party passed the 2015 Mining Law during the final stretch of U Thein Sein’s presidential term. The initial injection of foreign capital was stunted by a sluggish permit process and a glut in commodities, but reforms continue to improve the...


The immense wealth that lies beneath Myanmar’s soil continues to entice prospectors from around the globe, and recent structural reforms are expected to bolster the sector and attract much needed capital. Until recently, Myanmar’s long history of civil instability and unfavourable production agreements had dissuaded investors from financing...


How would you characterise the evaluation of extractive industries in recent times?

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