Yangon, Myanmar28-30 October 2014

Programme: Day 1 

Day One                                                                                              4th March 2013

08:00 Welcome Networking Coffee       hosted by                                                                                                    

09:00 – OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

H.E. U Than Htay, Minister of Energy, MOE

OIL AND GAS IN MYANMAR: OPPORTUNITIES, THE FUTURE AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Uncovering the Government’s strategy and vision for the Oil and Gas industry to provide an exclusive update on the industry
  • Announcing the latest developments concerning the latest round of bidding for exploration blocks
  • Determining the outlook & the future for Myanmar’s Oil and Gas sector to ensure for sustainable long-term development and growth
  • Deciphering what foreign investors need to know about making investments in Myanmar
  • Understanding the regulatory and legal frameworks

Moderator: U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)      

U Tin Zaw Myint, Deputy Director- Energy Planning Department, MOE

               

10:00 – PLACING MYANMAR ON THE GLOBAL MAP: SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE, SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENCE DRIVING UPSTREAM OPERATIONS  

  • Overview of the impact of economic sanctions being lifted, ideas for development and the role Myanmar will play in the Asian and Global Oil & Gas markets
  • Indicators of political commitments at the highest levels of government
  •  Brief review of increasing international trends for socially responsible, sustainable and resilient investments and the expanding parameters

Moderator: Willy Olsen, Associate Director, The CWC Group & Senior Advisor, INTSOK

U Aung Kyaw Htoo, Assistant Director- Energy Planning Department, MOE

U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 

10:45 – Networking Coffee Break hosted by   

 

11:15 – UNCOVERING MYANMAR’S TRUE OIL & GAS POTENTIAL: EXPLORING THE EXTENT OF THE RESERVES

  • Uncovering the true offshore potential to assess opportunities for your business
  • Reviewing onshore prospects to assess opportunities for exploration and production
  • Discussing the latest Bidding Round and announcing what’s in store for the blocks
  • Promoting local training and development programmes to increase indigenous opportunities and sustainable development in the region
  • Showcasing experiences of developing offshore gas in a timely fashion: Drawing on examples from Egypt and Tanzania

Moderator: U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 

U Nyan Tun, Development Geologist II, MOGE

Malcom Brown, Executive Vice President, BG Group

U Soe Myint, Former DG Energy Planning Division, MOE

12:15 – UNCOVERING THE OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR MYANMAR’S OIL AND GAS SECTOR  

  • Assessing the potential opportunities and challenges and uncovering how to successfully operate in country
  • Identifying how to overcome transparency and capacity issues by drawing on experiences from South-East Asia
  • Establishing the road to improving logistics and trade links across the region from successful logistics developments in similar territories
  • Discussing best practices to achieve successful integration into global supply chains 
  • Opportunities and challenges for oil and gas trade between India and Myanmar

Moderator: U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 

U Zaw Aung, Director Planning, MOGE

Proshanto Banerjee, Former Chairman and Managing Director, GAIL (India) Ltd.

13:00 – Networking Lunch

14:30 – CASE STUDY SESSION

LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS: PROJECT UPDATES

  • Developing the local economy through international partnerships
  • Providing an exclusive first hand update on existing projects and partnerships in the region to assist you with potential challenges that could be faced
  • Showcasing the current status of the Zawtika, Yadana, Shwe and Yetagun projects and their future potential
  • Understanding the benefits to Myanmar in terms of job creation, training and adding sustainable value
  • Highlighting the importance of partnerships and projects for local companies and internationals alike and detailing the benefits of successful joint-ventures for successful operations in the future
  • Creating a lasting legacy for the successful development of the Country

Moderator: Willy Olsen, Associate Director, The CWC Group & Senior Advisor, INTSOK

U Than Tun, Deputy Director Offshore, MOGE

Ken Tun, CEO, Parami Group of Companies

Liao Na, Vice President, C1 Energy

Dr Pierre Eliet, General Manager, Roc Oil

 15:30 – Networking Coffee Break

INTERACTIVE AFTERNOON DISCUSSIONS

16:00 – ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS- MEET NEW CLIENTS THROUGH PARTICIPATING IN INTERACTIVE DISCUSSIONS

This unique session will provide an opportunity for all attendees to unwind, enjoy a beverage and discuss and share their key challenges with peers, and experts. Attendees have the opportunity to attend 3 of the 5 roundtable sessions which will be running concurrently in 30 minute episodes

• Roundtable 1- Ensuring sustainable development and local content
  Moderator: U Kyaw Tint Swe, Vice-Chairman, Myanmar National Human Rights Commission

• Roundtable 2- How to operate successfully in Myanmar
   Moderator: U Win Khaing, President, Myanmar Engineering Society

• Roundtable 3- Offshore Technology focus

• Roundtable 4- Successfully incorporating Myanmar into the global supply chain
   Moderator: U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 

• Roundtable 5- FDI Law Compliance
   Moderator: Ruchdi Maalouf, Director, Energy Consulting Pte Ltd

17.30     End of Summit Day One

18:00     Ministry of Energy (MOE) Networking Drinks Reception

 

The Ministry of Energy (MOE) is delighted to welcome delegates to join them for the prestigious evening drinks reception, held in a relaxed 5* business environment.

This is a fantastic opportunity to network with key contacts already made and establish new relationships with peers, colleagues and attendees.

 

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