Newsletter 11, Myanmar oil and gas exploration, delayed but not forgotten
My new article on the oil and gas situation in Myanmar (Burma), full article at https://expronews.com/myanmar-oil-and-gas-exploration-delayed-but-not-forgotten/
In 2015, Duncan Witts described Myanmar as “one of the World’s current hotspots for oil and gas exploration…”. Forward to 2022, exploration and foreign investment have significantly declined due to operating difficulties, politics, and security concerns, showing for the umpteenth time that the economy of energy rests on the pillars of politics, policy and price.
For centuries, Myanmar (Figure 1) has been a marginal oil producer at a fraction of its considerable potential. Yet, geologists estimate that the country has significant potential for proving additional reserves of oil and gas. In addition, there is a range of enhanced oil recovery opportunities, e.g. thermal and water floods, plus gas storage in depleted oil fields…https://expronews.com/myanmar-oil-and-gas-exploration-delayed-but-not-forgotten/
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Thanks for sharing the link -