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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.

TotalEnergies exits from Myanmar amid political turmoil

French energy major TotalEnergies has ‘definitively’ withdrawn from Myanmar, citing the deteriorating human rights situation in the country caused by last year’s military coup. In January this year, the French firm announced its decision to exit from the Yadana field and from the associated pipeline firm Moattama Gas Transportation Company (MGTC) in Myanmar, without seeking any financial […]

Russia’s Rosatom and Myanmar sign nuclear energy MoUs

Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) between Rosatom and Myanmar’s Ministry of Science and Technology cover cooperation in training and skills development in the field of nuclear energy and shaping positive public opinion on nuclear energy in Myanmar.

Petronas’ Yetagun gas project exit will benefit junta

Petronas, the existing operator of the Yetagun gas project has handed the project over to Gulf Petroleum Myanmar (GPM), according to campaign group Justice for Myanmar.

Myanmar junta discusses nuclear technology with Russian atomic energy agency

A junta delegation discussed collaboration concerning nuclear technology with a Russian state-owned atomic energy agency while attending the country’s economic forum late last week, according to military-run media.

Myanmar ciitizens invested over Ks.982 billion in Energy sector up to May 2022

Myanmar citizens have invested over Ks.982 billion in Energy sector up to May 2022 and it is 4.31 percent of total national investment according to Directorate of Investment and Company Administration.  

Myanmar energy crisis deepens as power plant investors balk

As Myanmar braces for its crippling power and economic crises to intensify, there are fears the military regime will get tough with investors and push ahead with controversial energy projects. Military authorities in March were forced to impose countrywide power cut schedules, according to leaked documents reported by Burmese media Khit Thit. But acute shortages […]