Energy -- general
|Title:|| ||"Energy Sector" ("Myanmar Times" Special issue on Energy - August, 2012) စြမ္းအင္က႑
|Date of publication:|| ||August 2012|
၊ျမန္မာတိုင္း အထူးထုတ္ အခ်ပ္ပို- ၾသဂုတ္ ၂၀၁၂ .... အျမတ္အစြန္းမ်ားတဲ့
ေအ၀မ္း လုပ္ကြက္နဲ႔ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံ အေပၚ သြယ္၀ိုက္ပတ္သက္မႈမ်ား ေဒ၀ူးက
ဘယ္ေလာက္ရ ... ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံစြမ္းအင္
က႑နဲ႔ စိန္ေခၚမႈမ်ား... ႏိုင္ငံျခားရင္းႏွီးျမႇဳပ္ႏွံမႈေကာင္းေသာ္လည္း
အုပ္ခ်ဳပ္ေရးပုိင္း ပိုမိုပြင့္လင္း...ျမင္သာ လာမယ္လို႕
ကြၽန္ေတာ္ယံုၾကည္ပါတယ္- ဦးမိုးျမင့္... ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံတစ္ဝန္းရွိ
ေရအားလွ်ပ္စစ္စီမံကိန္းမ်ား... ဧရာဝတီျမစ္ဆံုစီမံကိန္း လြန္ဆြဲပြဲ...
စြမ္းအင္နဲ႔ ဆင္းရဲႏြမ္းပါးမႈ... သဘာဝ ေလ၊ ေန စြမ္းအင္ေတြရမယ့္
အေဆာက္အအံုပံုစံဘက္ ဦးတည္လာ... ေရနံေဒၚလာကို က်န္းမာေရး၊ ပညာေရး ေတြမွာ
ပိုသံုးသင့္ဟု တုိက္တြန္း... ဖက္စပ္လုပ္ကိုင္ျခင္းကသာ ေအာင္ျမင္မႈ
ေသာ့ခ်က္ျဖစ္ႏိုင္... စက္သံုးဆီ ပုဂၢလိကက႑ လႊဲေပးၿပီးေနာက္ပိုင္း ...
ျပည္တြင္းမွာ လိုအပ္ေနဆဲပါ... ျပန္လည္ႏုိးထ လာႏုိင္ေလမလား
ဇီဝေလာင္စာ အလားအလာ... ေစာင့္ၾကည့္စရာ ထားဝယ္ေရနက္ဆိပ္ကမ္းစီမံကိန္း...
ကုန္းတြင္း၊ ကမ္းလြန္ ေရနံလုပ္ကြက္ရရွိေရး တရားဝင္ လုပ္ထံုးလုပ္နည္းမ်ား...
|Language:|| ||Burmese/ ျမန္မာဘာသာ|
|Source/publisher:|| ||"Myanmar Times"|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (1.8MB-OBL version; 2.72MB-original)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.myanmar.mmtimes.com/2012/news/583/energy/MTM%20Energy.pdf|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||26 August 2012|
|Title:|| ||Asian Development Bank Interim Country Partnership Strategy: Myanmar, 2012–2014 SECTOR ASSESSMENT (SUMMARY): ENERGY
|Date of publication:|| ||September 2012|
|Description/subject:|| ||1. Sector Performance, Problems, and Opportunities:
2. Government’s Sector Strategy: Overview; Energy Demand and Supply; Coal; Oil and Gas; Renewable energy; Power Sector; Future power development; Transmission and Distribution Systems; Power Demand, Planning and Tariffs; Energy Efficiency; Core sector issues and constraints...
3. ADB Sector Experience: a. Near term-needs - Detailed energy sector assessment; Rehabilitation work in power generation, transmissions and distribution; Strengthening the capacity and capability of the environmental and social
safeguards - b. Medium term-needs: Tariff and Structural reforms; Renewable energy and energy efficiency; Hydropower Development; Rural electrification; Rehabilitation and expansion of natural gas pipeline networks...
PROBLEM TREE [provides a useful overview]|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Asian Development Bank (ADB)|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (96K)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.burmalibrary.org/docs14/mya-interim-energy.pdf|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||28 September 2012|
|Title:|| ||Energy Spotlight - A "Myanmar Times" Special Feature - August 2012
|Date of publication:|| ||20 August 2012|
|Description/subject:|| ||Implications for Myanmar over
the lucrative A-1 concession -
How much for Daewoo?..."The geopolitical
energy sector" - Soe Myint [a retired
director-general of the Department
of Energy Planning under the Ministry
of Energy]..."Positive FDI picture, but hurdles remain" - Juliet Shwe Gaung..."Three main types of insurance policies in energy sector" (General manager of the Myanma Insurance, Dr Mg Maung Thein discusses with The
Myanmar Times reporter Thiha Toe about insurance policies in the energy sector.)..."Concerns remain over Shwe gas benefits" - Juliet Shwe Gaung...“I expect to see rapid change change for the better” - U Moe Myint ["The potential for Myanmar’s energy sector has never been better in light of the government’s efforts to
reform the economy and subsequent lifting of many Western sanctions. Myanmar’s oil man, MPRL E&P
CEO U Moe Myint, discusses with "The Myanmar Times" the potential for investment in the sector and
what it means for the country’s development potential."]...Current development of major hydropower projects: - Map of Burma and boxes covering: Ayeyarwady Maykha/ Malikha
Dams; Tamanthi Dam; Tasang Dam; Yeywa Dam; Lawpita Hydropower Project; Dagwin Dam; Dapeyin Dam; Upper and Lower Paunglaung
Dams; Shweli Dams; Ywat hit Dam; Weigyi Dam; Upper Thanlwin Dam
(Kunlong); Hatgyi Dam..."Myitsone should not
resume, say experts
and locals" - Ei Ei Toe Lwin..."Engineering prospects with energy" - Yhoon Hnin Phyu..."Climate
challenges" - Pinky..."Homeowners pick
green designs for
energy efficiency" - Htar Htar Khin..."More funding necessary for
education and health sectors" - Naw Say Phaw Waa..."Joint ventures could be key to development success" - Victoria Bruce..."Privatisation sees costly improvements" - Myat May Zin..."Companies provide support to
Myanmar-China pipeline area" - Juliet Shwe Gaung..."Lessons learned
from Jatropha?" - Noe Noe Aung..."Social responsibility
core of PTTEP work" [PTTEP answers questions from The Myanmar Times about what the company has
learned from its long term investments in the country, its reputation as a responsible
investor, and its future projects.]..."Getting in the
of Myanmar" - Sandar Lwin..."East and West eyeing off Myanmar oil wealth" - Victoria Bruce...[PAGE WITH TABLES AND LISTS OF ON- AND 0FF-SHORE GAS- AND OIL-FIELDS]: Offshore gas fields. MAP SHOWING OIL AND GAS FIELDS]: List of onshore winners announced in December 2011. Onshore gas fields. Onshore oil fields...Total E&P explains its position and activities: -
Total E&P has been present in Myanmar since 1993. Deciding to stay in a country despite widespread international criticism over human right
abuses, things maybe coming full circle as Aung San Suu Kyi recently stated that she considered Total to be a responsible investor and called for
other companies to emulate their business practice. Total’s General Manager in Myanmar, Namita Shah, presented the company’s position in the
country to The Myanmar Times via written Q&A, explaining its social responsibility, local business practices and future developments...Energy campaigns work....the feature contains a lot of ads from energy companies|
|Source/publisher:|| ||"The Myanmar Times"|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (1.9MB)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||20 August 2012|
|Title:|| ||EU Energy Initiative - Mission Report - Energy Scoping Myanmar
|Date of publication:|| ||May 2012|
|Description/subject:|| ||Table of Contents:-
Part I: SCOPING MISSION REPORT:
1 Background of the Scoping ...
2 Country Overview ...
3 Energy Access Policy & Institutional Framework …
3.1 Overview & Observations ....
3.2 Conclusions & Recommendations on Energy Access Policy ...
4.1 Electricity Sector Overview ;
4.2 Rural Electricity Access ;
4.2.1 Electricity Situation in the Field ;
4.2.2 Rural Electricity Access Options;
4.2.3 Conclusions & Recommendations on Rural Electricity Access;
4.3 Notes on Urban, Commercial & Industrial Electricity Supply ....
5 Biomass Energy:
5.1 Biomass Energy Governance;
5.2 Wood Fuel Situation;
5.3 Improved Cook Stoves (ICS);
5.4 Other Forms of Biomass Energy ;
5.5 Conclusions & Recommendations on Biomass Energy ...
6 Scoping Mission Schedule & Contact Details.....
Part II: OPTION PAPERS:
Option Paper: Technical & Policy Advisory of Rural Energy Development Committee '
Option Paper: Support in Rural Energy Planning & Coordination;
Option Paper: Piloting Village Mini-Grid Approaches for Systematic Learning;
Option Paper: Sustainable Market Development for Household-level PV Systems ;
Option Paper: Preparatory Assessment of Woodfuel Demand & Supply Side;
Option Paper: Biomass Cooking Energy Programme for Rural Areas|
|Author/creator:|| ||Mirka Bodenbender, Dr. Christoph Messinger, Roman Ritter|
|Source/publisher:|| ||EU Energy Initiative - Partnership Dialogue Facility (EUEI PDF)|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (2.7-OBL version; 3.74-original)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.euei-pdf.org/sites/default/files/files/field_pblctn_file/EUEI_PDF_Myanmar_Energy%20Scopi...|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||01 December 2012|
|Title:|| ||Developments in Myanmar Energy Sector
|Date of publication:|| ||22 November 2008|
|Description/subject:|| ||Greater Mekong Subregion...Second Meeting of the Subregional Energy Forum (SEF-2)Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 22 November 2008.....Contents:
* Emerging Challenges in Energy Sector
* Developments in Energy Sector
* Cooperation with GMS NeighbouringCountries
* Country Response to Climate Change|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Energy Planning Department, Ministry of Energy, Union of Myanmar|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (3.53MB)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||06 January 2009|
|Title:|| ||Energy - A Special Myanmar Times Feature, July 2008
|Date of publication:|| ||21 July 2008|
|Description/subject:|| ||The LED lights are on for Yangon's Ko Pyone Cho
...Energy companies respond to Nargis victims...
Revenue from gas sales expected to double
Oil and gas ranks second largest FDI at $3.24 billion
Myanmar's major gas projects
Policy, government, market and tax top investment factors
Hydro leads way in power generation
More deepwater blocks for energy companies
Rice husk gasifiers to foster rural development
Fuel prices spur bio-ethanol growth in Myanmar market
Used-car trading motors along despite fuel prices
Service companies see greener pastures|
|Source/publisher:|| ||"The Myanmar Times"|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||30 July 2008|
|Title:|| ||Ministries of Electrical Power: Current and Planned Projects as of 2007
|Date of publication:|| ||September 2007|
|Description/subject:|| ||This resource covers the visuals from a power point presentation by Myanmar delegates to an ASEAN energy seminar in September 2007. Organograms, otherwise unavailable, show the responsibilities of the two Myanmar ministries of electric power since they were separated in mid-2006. Charts provide lists of existing, planned and projected power stations and sub-power stations. They are accompanied by maps showing the current and projected transmission grids. The Myanmar presentation at the seminar can be usefully compared with similar presentations by other delegates from other ASEAN nations presently available on the website of Thailand's Joint Graduate School of Energy and the Environment... Includes lists of hydropower projects in operation, under construction and in the planning stage.|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Joint Graduate School of Energy and the Environment of Thailand|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (670KB)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.jgsee.kmutt.ac.th/seminar_programme/seminar.html|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||27 January 2008|
|Title:|| ||Energy Myanmar ("The Myanmar Times" Special Feature, August 2007)
|Date of publication:|| ||August 2007|
|Description/subject:|| ||Daewoo’s massive gas strike puts Rakhine region in spotlight -- “The discovery of gas deposits in the A-1 block was one of factor that attracted international oil companies to this region; in the past gas deposits like this would not have interested oil companies,” said U Chan Mya, general manager of Smart technical services company...Nation set for huge increase in oil and gas investment
“Daewoo and PTTEP both have to build platforms and pipelines to transport the gas from the A-1, A-3 and M-9 blocks. This kind of infrastructure investment will certainly boost FDI for the next two or three years at least,” ...The coloured history of the Burmah Oil Company
Asian explorers head for deep water
Why do we need oil and natural gas?
A study of abundance: major onshore and offshore oil and gas fields in Myanmar
Increased gas exports to underpin eco growth
Harnessing energy from the clouds
Energy sector’s nuclear renaissance’
Overview of major oil field service companies
Government speeds up CNG filling in Yangon
World looks green as local industry battles for life
Reality of US$100 oil not far off
Fuelling the future with Jatropha Curcas
Giving back through socioeconomic programs
Energy outlook grim: study
Negotiations for sale of Daewoo gas continuing
China seeks way around Malacca Dilemma’.|
|Source/publisher:|| ||"The Myanmar Times"|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||08 September 2007|
|Title:|| ||DEADLY ENERGY (Mya Yadana Report)
|Date of publication:|| ||September 1993|
|Description/subject:|| ||This report by Green November 32 in 1993 was the first ever NGO perspective report written on the Yadana gas pipeline and on the border dams as they were first discussed by Thai and Burmese governments around that time. It was actually one of the first detailed reports on any of the post 1988 environmental issues by any Burmese- or border- based organisation, and is of particular interest in the light of the current opposition to the Irrawaddy dam projects...
"Officials of the Thai government and the SLORC military regime have for some years now been planning a series of huge energy joint ventures to be undertaken in some of the most fought over territory in Burma. The energy projects, if they are endorsed by the Thai Government - and implemented with the participation of Japanese and Western corporations - will have extremely serious, possibly even terminal repercussions for the Burmese pro-democracy movement which is based in these same areas of the Burma -Thai border. Indeed, this seems to be what a number of the proponents of the development projects intend to achieve, particularly the generals in Rangoon. The SLORC, as well as politicians, military men and businessmen in Thailand and abroad would garner great benefit from the destruction of the Burmese opposition groups along the border, and the opening of the way to even more unrestrained natural resource exploitation than is currently taking place.
There are ten planned energy development joint ventures, comprising two offshore natural gasfield developments and eight hydro-electric dams. These are: •The Martaban Gasfield developments led by Total CFP of France •The Yetagun Gasfield exploratory program led by Texaco of the US •The Upper Salween Dam, •The Lower Salween Dam •The Nam Kok Project •The Nam Moei 3 Project •The Nam Moei 2 Project •The Klong Kra Project •The Nam Moei 1 Project, and •The Nam Mae Sai Project...
The energy projects will lead to environmental and social havoc on a scale comparable to the largest development projects in the world. Indeed, the Upper Salween Dam will be among the largest in the world. Altogether the projects will directly result in the flooding and deforesting of thousands of square kilometers of the forests bordering Burma and Thailand. The projects will displace many thousands of indigenous peoples, some of them already refugees from the forty-five years of bloody civil war in Burma. Many have already been affected by military operations of the SLORC and Thai armies, operations which can easily be seen in the context of clearing the way for the development of the 820-1,000 kilometre gas pipeline or the construction of the eight dams...
The energy projects will put billions of dollars into the control of an ultra-nationalist military regime that is one of the world's worst human rights violators and that is rapidly building up a large and extraordinarily aggressive army which poses a significant threat to the stability of the region. The massive input of funds from the Western and Japanese multinational oil and energy development companies, combined with the cheap sale and presents of Chinese weaponry, and the profits from the heroin traffic that the SLORC is alleged to control, has funded this huge expansion of the SLORC armed forces...
The energy joint ventures will, if signed, mark the second and higher level of engagement in the much criticised ASEAN policy of "constructive engagement" towards the SLORC regime, which through the activities of the logging, oil and fishing companies have already caused untold damage to Burma's environment. The multinational corporations, the Keidanrens
and the Thai state oil and electricity institutes PTT and EGAT are therefore amongst the most powerful influences supporting the SLORC in its brutal and undemocratic suppression of the peoples of Burma."|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Green November 32|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (1.3MB)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||24 September 2011|
|Title:|| ||Burma - Issues and options in the energy sector
|Date of publication:|| ||30 June 1985|
|Description/subject:|| ||Sector Report.
Burma' s energy resources are large and varied. While the Government has done a commendable job of developing these
resources largely on its own, their development has nevertheless been comparatively slow. While this may have constrained
economic growth to date, it also provides a ready basis for an acceleration in future economic growth and increased exports.
This report analyzes the technical, financial and institutional requirements for realizing that potential through the turn of the
century in the context of two scenarios - a Planned Growth scenario which reflects the official growth targets, and an Economic
Growth scenario under which public finance and balance of payments constraints result in somewhat slower economic growth.
Under either scenario a major investment program and infusion of current technology will be needed. The report recommends
considerable technical assistance and studies to help effect this transfer of technology. To help finance these requirements, it
will be necessary to improve the financial footing of the public corporations in the sector; this would entail price increases for
many energy products. There is also a need to strengthen energy planning and inter-ministerial coordination on energy matters.
Keywords: Hydroelectric power; Petroleum; Natural gas; Coal; Fuelwood; Biomass energy; Petroleum exports; Technical assistance;
Technology transfer; Deforestation; Offshore gas fields; Energy planning|
|Source/publisher:|| ||World Bank|
|Format/size:|| ||Page, Text (432K), PDF (8531K)|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www-wds.worldbank.org/servlet/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/1999/09/17/000009265_3970723102606/Re...
|Date of entry/update:|| ||03 June 2003|