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Woodside advises that the Thalin-1A exploration well in Block AD-7 in the Rakhine Basin has intersected a gross gas column of approximately 64m. Approximately 62m of net gas pay is interpreted within the primary target interval.

Block AD-7 is located in the Bay of Bengal, approximately 100km offshore of the west coast of Myanmar. Water depth at the Thalin-1A well location is 836m.

The well reached a total depth of 3034m, referenced from the rig rotary table. Following drilling, wireline logging was conducted and confirmed the presence of a gas column through pressure measurements and gas sampling.

The gas discovery at Thalin-1A follows an earlier gas discovery by Woodside at the Shwe Yee Htun-1 well in Block A-6, announced on 4 January 2016.

Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said the two discoveries at opposite ends of the Rakhine Basin was a great result for the company.

“These results are very encouraging for future exploration and appraisal activity, given the significant footprint we have in Myanmar,” he said.

Mr Coleman said Thalin-1A had successfully proved a working petroleum system and a new play type different to that encountered at Shwe Yee Htun-1.

“These discoveries provide evidence of the high quality of offshore Myanmar as an exploration focus area,” he said.

Thalin-1A is located in the northern part of the Rakhine Basin approximately 60km west of the Daewoooperated producing Shwe Field, which has onshore gas plant and pipeline gas export facilities.
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Woodside Makes Second Gas Discovery In Myanmar

With a 40% interest in AD-7, Woodside Energy (Myanmar) Pte Ltd, is the operator with respect to deepwater drilling. Daewoo International Corporation, with a 60% interest, is operator for all other operations. The AD-7 Block’s area was recently expanded north to the Myanmar maritime boundary.

The AD-7 Joint Venture has approved the acquisition of an additional 1200km2 of 3D seismic data over this area. The seismic survey is scheduled to commence in March 2016 and will facilitate further evaluation and expansion of the prospect portfolio....................Read more
 

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Myanmar economy is still facing problems as it depends on the agriculture sectors. It's main industries also has wood, natural gas, garments, and gems.
 

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Bangkok, December 30, 2020 – PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) will move forward the Integrated Domestic Gas to Power Project in Myanmar after receiving an exclusive development right from the Myanmar government. This integrated energy project aims to provide energy security to Myanmar as well as to lead the company to explore the new business as targeted.

Mr. Phongsthorn Thavisin, Chief Executive Officer of PTTEP, said the company today signed Notice to Proceed for the development of Integrated Gas to Power Project with U Than Zaw, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE). This project will promote the utilization of domestic gas supplied from PTTEP’s gas fields in the Gulf of Moattama, starting from Zawtika and Myanmar M3 projects, to generate affordable electricity for Myanmar.

“Today marks our first step in extending our business along the gas value chain in Myanmar, following the “Execute & Expand” strategy which will drive the company towards sustainable growth. This project will also support the Myanmar’s Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP) and its Energy Master Plan, which aims for all households to have access to electricity by 2030,” said PTTEP CEO.

PTTEP’s Integrated Domestic Gas to Power Project is a combined energy projects from upstream to power generation. The investment worth approximately USD 2 billion include upstream development projects, a 600-MW combined cycle power plant located in Kyaiklat in Ayeyarwady Region, and new offshore and onshore gas pipeline route from Kanbauk – Daw Nyein – Kyaiklat for approximately 370 kilometers, and Transmission line from Kyaiklat to Hlaingtharyar. PTTEP targets to make a Final Investment Decision (FID) in early 2022.

The electricity generation from this project is expected to account for approximately 10% of Myanmar’s existing installed power plant capacity. The generated power will be sold to the Electric Power Generation Enterprise (“EPGE”), a state-owned enterprise under MOEE, over a 20-year term with 5-year extension from the Commercial Operation Date (COD).
 

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TTCL Signs a 25-Year PPA for the 388MW Ahlone LNG to Power Project in Myanmar

TTCL Public Company Limited ( TTCL ) announced that on January 19th, 2021, TTCL Power Myanmar Company Limited (TPMC), a subsidiary of TTCL, has signed the 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE), under the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE), the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar for Ahlone LNG to Power Project, a total installed capacity of 388 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant (2 units of Gas Turbine 128.5 MW each and 1. unit of Steam Turbine Generator 131 MW) with the project value of approx. USD685 million equivalent to approx. THB20,550 million, in order to meet urgent power demands.

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