Returning in 2015- Dates to be Announced Soon
Left to Right- U Tin Myint Aung, Executive Geologist, MOGE; U Than Tun, Director (Offshore),MOGE; Aung Myat Soe, Chief Legal Officer, MOGE – during official press conference
Left to Right – Travis Maurer, First VP, SMBC; Aung Myat Soe, Chief Legal Officer, MOGE ; Xavier Preel, General Manager, Total E&P; Mariano Vela, President, Unocal Myanmar Offshore Company., Ltd ; Graeme Smith, VP, Exploration Asia & Australia
The 2nd Myanmar Upstream Summit & Exhibition saw over 180 delegates and 32 speakers from across the Myanmar oil & gas value chain in attendance.
The Summit provided updates on oil & gas production sharing contracts yet to be finalised, exclusive geological data, updates on the fiscal regime and provide a platform for debate and discussion relating the sustainable development of hydrocarbon resources in Myanmar.
The CWC Group would like to thank the Ministry of Energy (MOE) and the Myanmar Oil & Gas Enterprise (MOGE) for their continued support and endorsement of this Summit.
We would also like to thank our sponsors Total, Chevron, Shell, BG Group, Statoil and Ophir.
“The CWC Myanmar Summit had a great mix of Government and Operators participating, was extremely informative and provided great networking opportunities. Even as an experienced person from MOGE I have gained some valuable knowledge from this Summit.”
U Than Tun, Director Offshore, MOGE
Attendees hearing from U Myo Myint Oo, Managing Director, MOGE
Cultural performance during the Total & Chevron gala dinner
Total, Chevron, Shell, BG Group, Statoil, Ophir, Woodside, Parami Energy Group of Companies, SMART Group of Companies, Siren E&P, ROC Oil, SMBC, Wood Mackenzie, Tokyo Gas, ConocoPhillips, CSA Ocean Sciences, Nobel Oil, GDF SUEZ Energy Asia Pacific, Dolphin, Geophysical Pte Ltd, Black & Veatch (Thailand) Ltd to name a few…
The Summit is the ideal platform to meet with the newly confirmed operators who will be handing out production sharing contracts for the development of oil and gas projects and operations in Myanmar moving forward.
With the vast majority of new and existing operators confirmed as speaking on the programme already, many of whom also making up the sponsor line-up, there is no better place to network with the decision makers shaping the future of the Myanmar oil and gas sector, particularly with regards to the development of projects in production sharing.
“By far the best grouping to date of Myanmar resource holders, operators and international investors
to take place in the country.”
Dan Rodgers, Partner, King & Spalding Law