Tagged With Myanmar
Volatile world
23 January 2018
Trump ditched Paris, Paris got Macron, Isis lost Mosul
Myanmar rejuvenation time
31 May 2017
International interest in the country's upstream has waned lately. New investment laws about to come into force could help
Tide is turning for Myanmar, Malaysia and Indonesia
11 May 2017
As their economies grow, the three countries need upstream investment to meet rapidly rising demand
Asia still focused on coal despite low-carbon goals
19 October 2015
Asia’s burgeoning green growth not yet enough to topple king coal
China-Myanmar oil pipeline starts flowing
9 February 2015
Test runs have begun on the pipeline which cost $1.5bn to build over five years
Myanmar hands out 20 offshore exploration blocks
14 May 2014
Previously off limits, Myanmar is entering a new era as it opens up the keenly sought after area of Asia
Myanmar offshore bidding round draws attention
4 December 2013
Companies are bidding for rights in the lightly explored area
Myanmar still has far to go on road to democracy
8 February 2013
Despite recent reforms, human rights and transparency issues pose real challenges for Myanmar
Energy companies keen to access Myanmar's reserves
8 February 2013
Only two years ago Myanmar (Burma) was considered a pariah nation, on a par with North Korea. But since international sanctions were lifted following a series of democratic reforms, energy companies are now eager to tap the country's reserves
Suu Kyi calls for Moge snub in licensing round
29 June 2012
Myanmar's hopes of attracting more Western interest in its upcoming licensing round have been dealt a blow after opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi urged nations to bar their companies from forming joint ventures with her country’s state-owned oil and gas company until it improves its business practices
Door creaks open on Myanmar’s gas industry
12 January 2012
Tentative steps towards democracy may herald the end of economic sanctions and an upstream beginning for Myanmar. But Asia’s NOCs still hold the strongest hand
China's energy strategy advances in Myanmar
29 July 2010
MYANMAR's (Burma) planned elections later this year are unlikely to lead to an easing of Western economic sanctions. But its energy sector will continue to expand, driven by Asian investment, writes Ian Lewis
Premier backs out
1 October 2002