March 28~29, 2012- Yangon, Myanmar
OutlineIntroductionGas Production History of MyannmarDemand & SupplyGas Pipeline GridGas PricingDemand ForecastNatural Gas...
Introduction Shares of Energy Sources in World Primary Energy Demand ...
Gas Production History of Myanmar Daily Average Production (million cubic feet per day) Budget Year ...
Gas Production History of Myanmar
Gas Production History of Myanmar Out of 1.31 billion cuft per day produced, 1041 mmcfd is exported to Thailand and the re...
Demand & Supply
Demand & Supply
Demand & Supply
Gas Infrastructure
Demand Forecast 30 Years Gas Demand Forecast (2000...
Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR ONSHORE GAS RESERVES/ RESOURCES ...
Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR OFFSHORE GAS RESERVES/ RESOURCES ...
Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR OFFSHORE GAS RESERVES/RESOURCES (Continued) ...
Supply and Demand Scenario 1 (Base Case)
Supply and Demand Scenario 2 (Normal Case)
Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
Conclusion • Natural gas demand is expected to remain high. • With high-case scenario, the supply eventually meets the...
"More Gas, and More Wealth"
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Natural gas exploration & demand scenario u zaw aung

Natural gas exploration & demand scenario
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  • 1. March 28~29, 2012- Yangon, Myanmar
  • 2. OutlineIntroductionGas Production History of MyannmarDemand & SupplyGas Pipeline GridGas PricingDemand ForecastNatural Gas Resources in MyanmarSupply and Demand Scenario 1 (Base Case)Supply and Demand Scenario 2 (Normal Case)Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)Conclusion
  • 3. Introduction Shares of Energy Sources in World Primary Energy Demand World Energy Outlook 2011 OIL COAL GAS BIOMASS NUCLEAR HYDRO
  • 4. Gas Production History of Myanmar Daily Average Production (million cubic feet per day) Budget Year Onshore Production Offshore Production Total 2001-2002 119 682 800 2002-2003 122 854 976 2003-2004 137 879 1016 2004-2005 143 1025 1168 2005-2006 135 1064 1199 2006-2007 122 1140 1261 2007-2008 96 1207 1303 2008-2009 108 1003 1111 2009-2010 79 1125 1204 2010-2011 61 1173 1234 2011-2012 65 1246 1311
  • 5. Gas Production History of Myanmar
  • 6. Gas Production History of Myanmar Out of 1.31 billion cuft per day produced, 1041 mmcfd is exported to Thailand and the remaining 270 mmcfd is used in various domestic sectors.
  • 7. Demand & Supply
  • 8. Demand & Supply
  • 9. Demand & Supply
  • 10. Gas Infrastructure
  • 11. Demand Forecast 30 Years Gas Demand Forecast (2000-2001 to 2030-31) 1600 1500 High Case 1400 1300 Normal Case 1200 Current Trend 1100 Daily MMSCF 1000 900 800 Base Case 700 600 500 550 400 300 200 2000-01 2005-06 2010-11 2015-16 2020-21 2025-26 2030-31 Year
  • 12. Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR ONSHORE GAS RESERVES/ RESOURCES Gas (IGIP) (TCF) Cumulative Sr. No. Basin Probable+ Production Proved Total (TCF) Possible 1 CHINDWIN BASIN 0.011 1.394 1.405 - 2 CENTRAL MYANMAR 0.839 1.851 2.689 0.589 3 PYAY EMBAYMENT 0.484 1.954 2.438 0.303 4 AYEYARWADY DELTA BASIN 1.049 0.377 1.426 0.597 5 BAGO YOMA BASIN 0.029 1.418 1.447 0.002 TOTAL 2.411 6.994 9.405 1.492
  • 13. Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR OFFSHORE GAS RESERVES/ RESOURCES Gas (IGIP) (TCF) Oil Sr. Field Company Block Probable (IOIP) Remark No. Prospect Proved + Total (MMBL) Possible 1 Total M-5 Yadana 6.690 - 6.690 Certified by DMN M-5 Badamya 0.515 0.222 0.737 Certified by DMN M-5 Sein 0.252 0.007 0.259 Certified by DMN M-5 Others 2.732 2.732 Potential M-6 0.450 0.450 4.542 By MOGE Sub-total 7.907 2.961 10.868 4.542 2 Petronas M-12 Yetagun 4.023 0.478 4.501 84.560 Certified by DMN M-13 YTG(North) 0.143 0.146 0.289 Certified by DMN M-14 Aungzeya 0.179 - 0.179 1.790 By Premier Oil M- Others - 0.620 0.620 Potential 12/13/14 Sub-total 4.345 1.244 5.589 86.350 3 Daewoo A-1 Shwe 2.069 3.351 5.42 Certified by GCA A-1 Shwe Phyu 0.277 0.895 1.172 Certified by GCA A-3 Mya 1.023 1.470 2.493 Certified by GCA A-3 Others - 4.930 4.930 Potential Sub-total 3.369 10.646 14.015 To page 2 13
  • 14. Natural Gas Resources in Myanmar MYANMAR OFFSHORE GAS RESERVES/RESOURCES (Continued) Gas (IGIP) (TCF) Cumulative Sr. Field Company Block Probable Production Remark No. Prospect Proved + Total (TCF) Possible 4 PTTEP M-3 3CA (North) 0.870 - 0.870 10 By MOGE M-3 (East) - 4.250 4.250 Potential (PTTEPI) M-4 - 3.280 3.280 Potential (PTTEPI) M-7 0.173 4.640 4.813 Potential (PTTEPI) M-9 3.068 16.581 19.649 Potential (PTTEPI) M-11 - 9.000 9.000 Potential (PTTEPI) Sub-total 4.111 37.751 41.862 10 5 M-8 - 4.039 4.039 Potential (NGWE) CNOOC M-10 0.245 0.104 0.349 - Potential (CNOOC) Sub-total 0.245 4.143 4.388 - Total+Petronas+Daewoo+PTTEP+CNOOC 19.732 56.745 76.722 100.892 Note: This resource estimation was based on the available data from 17 known shallow water blocks. No resource estimation has been done on the rest 8 shallow water blocks and 18 deep water blocks.
  • 15. Supply and Demand Scenario 1 (Base Case)
  • 16. Supply and Demand Scenario 2 (Normal Case)
  • 17. Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
  • 18. Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
  • 19. Supply and Demand Scenario 3 (High Case)
  • 20. Conclusion • Natural gas demand is expected to remain high. • With high-case scenario, the supply eventually meets the demand at around 2017. • Exploration focus on natural gas has become a must. • Recent development in floating LNG plant concept is an encouragement for offshore natural gas development including deepwater prospects. • Todays awareness for domestic requirement is escalating at an unprecedented great speed. • "More Gas, More Industries, More Economic Development, and More Wealth."
  • 21. "More Gas, and More Wealth"

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