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Myanmar Regime Signs Wind Energy Deal With Chinese Companies

Myanmar’s junta-controlled Ministry of Electric Power (MOEP) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) on March 1 to develop Myanmar’s first wind power projects with two Chinese companies and a local company.

Myanmar’s natural gas income in jeopardy as foreign firms exit

The Myanmar government is facing a potential crisis of dwindling revenue, as overseas energy companies pull out of natural gas operations in the country one after another, squeezing the ruling military’s primary source of foreign income.

Myanmar Junta Waives Tax on Electricity Investment to Keep Lights On

In a bid to attract foreign funds for the country’s electricity sector, which has been crippled since the coup, the junta has waived tax on investment in the sector.

Hydropower plant in Luang Prabang Laos to be completed in 2030

A 1,460 MW hydropower plant constructed on the Mekong River in Luang Prabang province, Laos, is expected to be completed and able to generate electricity in 2030.

Myanmar Junta Trumpets Continuing Flow of Natural Gas Revenues

Myanmar’s military junta earned more than $800 million from natural gas exports in the four months from April to July, the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar reported yesterday. The newspaper cited figures from the junta’s Ministry of Commerce claiming that the country exported 77.89 million kiloliters of natural gas during the above period, mostly […]

Myanmar makes $800m from April-July gas exports

Military-ruled Myanmar earned US$800 million from natural gas exports mainly to China and Thailand between April and July, the junta said in the state newspaper on Thursday.

Myanmar Junta Set To Import Russian Gas & Oil In Order To Address Supply Concerns

In an attempt to address the supply concerns and rising prices, Myanmar’s military-run government has decided to import gasoline and fuel oil from Russia. This comes amid the growing energy crisis across and world owing to the European sanctions on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. According to reports, the Myanmar administration has also formed […]

Myanmar’s Supply Chains Break Down Amid Fuel Shortages

Amid serious fuel shortages and price hikes across Myanmar, businesses say they will soon halt operations unless availability improves.

Aneka and Samaiden to tap Indonesia’s energy market

KUALA LUMPUR: Aneka Jaringan Holdings Bhd and Samaiden Group Bhd have entered into a joint-venture (JV) agreement to tap into Indonesia’s energy market. Samaiden said the JV would create new revenue streams for both companies via engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and power plants in Indonesia.

Myanmar Pipeline Leak Disrupts Gas Delivery to Thailand

Onshore natural gas delivery from Myanmar to Thailand has been suspended after a leak in the pipeline was discovered in Dawei on the Myanmar side on Monday. Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP), which jointly drills and delivers gas under the project, confirmed the leakage and temporary suspension in a statement.