Present by                  Aung Min Han               (Executive Director)Myanmar International Freight Forwarders’ Assoc...
The Republic of the Union Of Myanmar                                                                       Myanmar Lies B...
Basic Economic Facts of MyanmarTotal GDP (2011 estimate)         $ 82.679 billionGDP Per Capita (2011 estimate)    $ 1,324...
Policy & Economic Landscape in Myanmar   Changes in Local :    Policy Reforms   Changes in Region :                2015 ...
Major Export Commodities in 2011-12            Others, US $              342 mil                                 Animal   ...
Top Ten Export Items of Myanmar (2010-2011)No              Items           Value ( US Dollar in                           ...
Major Import Commodities in 2011-12ConsumerGoods, US$ 1251 mil                                   Capital                  ...
Top Ten Import Items of Myanmar                 (2010-2011)No                 Items         Value (US Dollar in Million)1 ...
Process for Import and Export License applicationImport License Process      Receiving Require documents from Consignee ...
REQUIRE DOCUMENTS FOR IMPORT/EXPORT LICENCE APPLICATION   For Import Licence      Proforma Invoice      Sale Contract   ...
Clearance & Forwarding Process• For Import  - Check shipper for import items and apply import license  - Shipper can load ...
Customs / Port Clearance Process• REQUIREMENT DOCUMENTS• IMPORT LICENCE ORIGINAL• BILL OF LADING ORIGINAL• SHIPPING INVOIC...
33 domestic airports in Myanmar Myanma Airways Air Bagan Air Kanbawza Air Mandalay Yangon airways Asia Wings Airline
Air China                                                  China Eastern                    Air India                     ...
INFORMATION OF INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES TO YANGON, MYANMARSR AIR LINES                      DESTINATIONS           AIR CRAF...
12   VIETNAM AIRLINE (VN)     HANOI-RGN-HANOI       FK-70, ATR-72      79, 70, 150   6                              SIN-RG...
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN MYANMARLocation       Region/St   ICAO   IATA   Airport         Coordinates   Custom   IFR   Rwy...
SITTWEPort        Region/State                               KYAUKPYUYangon      Yangon                                   ...
Yangon Port & River EstuaryYANGON                                     •   Latitude    16 H47 N                            ...
Yangon PortThe Port of Yangon which is the river port and premier port ofMyanmar, lies along the Yangon river bank at the ...
Location of Terminals and ICD at Yangon Inner Harbour           HO                        International wharves           ...
Location of ports and terminal  HOB                 Expected Area forAWPT                 Development of                 I...
Ports and Terminals Information                       B.S.W         A.W.P.T                MITT                  M.I.P    ...
Name         Owner        Capacity         Facilities                                      1x5 High reach stacker ICD (I) ...
Implementation of Portsat the Thilawa Port Area                       12 February 2013   26
Yangon Port         o   Total 37 Plots         o   200 m quay length                                 (Each Plot)         o...
Land Plot Allocation forDevelopment of Ports at Thilawa               1. Developed                                     Plo...
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DEEP SEA PORT PROJECTS IN MYANMAR                                           Naaf Rivero Myanmar coast line started from  N...
DEEP SEA PORT PROJECTS IN MYANMARo Therefore, we are planning to develop the following Deep Sea Ports-            KYAUKPYU...
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Kyaukpyu Deep Sea Port ProjectLocation      Made Island., 11.2 km S/E of KyaukphuGeographical Position      19 H 22.6 N, 9...
34Development of Oil and Gas Pipe Lines and Terminal               at Kyaukpyu Region.o In June, 2009, the Memorandum of U...
Deep Sea Commercial Port and Oil and Gas Terminal (Propose Site)                                                  1550 met...
Conceptual Image of Kyaukpyu Oil and Gas Terminal            T1                                 T8    T1 - 6 Nos          ...
Propose Layout Plan of Safety distant betweenCrude Oil Terminal Jetty and Commercial Port at Made Island
2.1 Conceptual Plan                                                                     Railroad–   Line:                 ...
Myanmar - China Crude Oil Pipeline 781kmMyanmar - China Natural Gas Pipeline 870 km
Tanker Port is (480 m) long and can be possible for the (300,000)DWT vessels.It must be finished on 23 Novenber,2012.
Location of Dawei ProjectThe Dawei Project is sitting on strategic location along Tanintharyi coast ofMyanmar. The Project...
Prospect of Sea Borne Trade RouteThe Project will serve as a new commercial gateway providing an alternativesea route to I...
Dawei Project Development  Framework Agreement in respect to Development of Dawei Deep  Sea Port, Industrial Estate and Ro...
Nabule                  Scope of Project                                     1. Dawei Deep Sea Port             Maungmagan...
Conceptual Layout Plan of Industrial Estate                               FF : Township Zone
Description   Accum. Year   2010   2011   2012   2013   2014   2015   2016   2017   2018   2019   Phase I           5   Ph...
Conceptual Image ofDawei Master Development Plan
49The Construction and Operation of A Multi-Modal  Transit Transport Facility on Kaladan River                    Project
Calcutta      West Bengal          Mizoram(Aizawl)              1967 KilometerCalcutta    Sittwe(Thro Kaladan River)      ...
51                                                   The following key components                                         ...
Lawngtlai                                                                                           52                    ...
Layout for Backup Facilities of Sittwe Terminal                                      53                                   ...
Statistical data of Vehicles & Road                                       Myanmar has about 148689 Km of                  ...
Responsibilities                                         Concrete   Bituminous               Metalled               Donkey...
Roads of Public Works                                                                           Earth     Donkey          ...
Road Progress in Myanmar                     Under Ministry of                                                      Ratio ...
Road Lengths under Ministry of Construction                                                         % of BOT     Road Leng...
60Public Private Partnership (PPP)         Build- Operate- Transfer (B.O.T)    Long term investment in roads and bridges w...
Total Road Length    Road Networks before   Current Road Networksover the whole country                                   ...
AsiaHighways
ASIAN Highway      AH14                        Muse – Lasho - Mandalay                             AH3                  ...
Asian Highway Network in Myanmar(a) AH 1    - Myawaddy - Payagyi (Bago) - Meikhtila - Mandalay-              Tamu(1665 km)...
GMScorridors
Trans-Asian Railway Network                        Mandalay-Yangon                        Mandalay-Lashio [ Muse (border s...
Railway Lines of International Importance in Myanmar                                    Existing lines                    ...
(a). Thailand-Myanmar Rail link (Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass)                                     * Conducted by KOICA ...
(b). China-Myanmar Rail link (Rueli - Muse - Lashio - Kyaukphyu)                                 •A Standard gauge railway...
(c). Indian-Myanmar Rail link (Kalay-Tamu)                                                       * Conducted by RITES Ltd....
*In Myanmar, trucks are overloaded with goods, and so axle loads are evenhigher than international axle load.*With the aim...
To honor the ASEAN Standard, Axle load limit is 10 tons.           No of Axle        No of Wheels                    Load ...
•   Reconstruction of Sule Wharfs 1, 2, 3 & 4 to be considered out    in line with international standards, installing car...
Details regarding Sule Wharfs 1,2,3 and 4Total wharfs length (137 meter – 4nos)       =        548mApron Width            ...
1. Developed                                                   Plot                                                   - MI...
Central Business Development and CarFor the improvement of Yangon City Development Plan Short and middle term proposal    ...
CONCESSION BLOCKS   3 TYPES OF BLOCKS    EXPLORATION ( EP ) / (PSC)    IMPROVED PETROLEUM RECOVERY ( IOR      )         ...
Shwe Export Gas Project ( Gas from Blocks A-1 &  A-3 )  1. Pipe gas to China 2. Special Economic Zone  (SEZ gas base) at n...
3. CURRENT OFFSHORE OPERATING COMPANIES   CURRENT E&D ACTIVITIES                 COMPANY                  BLOCK           ...
YADANA GAS PROJECTLOCATION                   :            MOATTAMAOFFSHOREBLOCKS                     :            M-5 / M6...
YETAGUN GAS PROJECT                YN                                                                      Yetagun NELOCAT...
ZAWTIKA EXPORT PIPE GAS PROJECT•   Located 300 km south of Yangon and    240 km west of Tavoy                             ...
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
Logistics in myanmar By  mr.aung min han
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Logistics in myanmar By mr.aung min han

  1. 1. Present by Aung Min Han (Executive Director)Myanmar International Freight Forwarders’ Association amh76@myanmar.com.mm
  2. 2. The Republic of the Union Of Myanmar  Myanmar Lies Between Lat: Lat. 9˙ 32’ and 28˙ 31’N and INDIA KACHIN STATE CHINA Long. 92˙ 10’ and 101˙11’ E SAGAING DIVISION  Total land area 677,000sq kmBANGLADESH CHIN ALA D N N SO Y SHAN STATE  Total length 2,100 km STATE A II MV B I D A Y O MAGWAY DIVISION LAOS ( South to North ) F KAYA STATE B A N BAGO DIVISION THAILAND ( East to West ) 925 km G L MK YANGON A Y AYEYARW DY DIVISIONO IN A DIVISION N S S  Total Land boundaries 5,867 km T T A A T TE  Total length of coastline 2,832 km T  Population 60 million A DN IV IN A N D A MA N IS T IOH NR A Y  Capital Naypyidaw SEA I  Language Myanmar
  3. 3. Basic Economic Facts of MyanmarTotal GDP (2011 estimate) $ 82.679 billionGDP Per Capita (2011 estimate) $ 1,324GDP Composition by sectors agriculture: 38.2% industry: 18.2% services: 43.6% (2011 est.)Major Exports natural gas, wood products, pulses, beans, fish, rice, clothing, jade and gemsMajor Imports fabric, petroleum products, fertilizer, plastics, machinery, transport equipment; cement, construction materials, crude oil; food products, edible oilMajor Trading Partners (Export) Thailand 38.3%, India 20.8%, China 12.9%, Japan 5.2%Major Trading Partners (Import) China 38.9%, Thailand 23.2%, Singapore 12.9%, South Korea 5.8%
  4. 4. Policy & Economic Landscape in Myanmar Changes in Local : Policy Reforms Changes in Region : 2015 Kyaukphyu AEC and SEZ - to be developed AFTA ASEAN Dawei Chairma SEZ- nship being 2014 Thilawa developed SEA SEZ - in GAMES the 2013 process Strategic Potential, GMS Economic Corridors, Deep Sea Ports Special Economic Zones, Special Industrial Zones (Pa-an in Karen State) and Local Industrial Zones
  5. 5. Major Export Commodities in 2011-12 Others, US $ 342 mil Animal Products, US$ Agricultural 91 mil Export, US$ 2374 mil Industrial Goods, US$ Marine 4047 mil Products, US$ 706 mil Base Metal Timber, US$ and Ores, US$ 642 mil 897 mil Source: Ministry of Commerce
  6. 6. Top Ten Export Items of Myanmar (2010-2011)No Items Value ( US Dollar in Million)1 Natural Gas 2522.5302 Jade 2204.9263 Matpe 458.6354 Garment 381.0585 Fish 305.9926 Rubber 302.0107 Teak Log 292.2578 Green Mung Bean 291.3489 Hardwood Log 282.02110 Rice 194.426
  7. 7. Major Import Commodities in 2011-12ConsumerGoods, US$ 1251 mil Capital Goods, US$ 3722 mil Intermediat e Goods, US$ 4081 mil Source: Ministry of Commerce
  8. 8. Top Ten Import Items of Myanmar (2010-2011)No Items Value (US Dollar in Million)1 Petroleum Products 1462.9542 Machinery & Spare Parts 873.7113 Iron & Steel Construction 430.350 materials4 Plastic Raw Materials 202.0625 Palm Oil 198.7626 Vehicles & Spare Parts 197.0837 Pharmaceuticals 188.3228 Ships, Boats 180.3539 Cement 167.80510 Fertilizers 162.563
  9. 9. Process for Import and Export License applicationImport License Process Receiving Require documents from Consignee Requesting Commodity’s price from UMFCCI On line Application at Yangon Trade Licence Apply at YangonRemarks : If the Importers load the cargo before receiving import licence Customs penalty charges for VPA ( Valid of prior Arrival ).Export License Process Apply Export Licence to MOC Factories can export after getting export licence
  10. 10. REQUIRE DOCUMENTS FOR IMPORT/EXPORT LICENCE APPLICATION For Import Licence  Proforma Invoice  Sale Contract  Catalogue ( FOR New items )  Usage of Commodity and photo/ sample ( if Required )  Company Registration Certificate  Exporter/ Importer Registration Certificate  UMFCCI membership Certificate  Other Government Approval letter  (such as : FDA Certificate for Food Items, etc…) For Export Licence  Commercial Invoice  Sale Contract  Catalogue ( FOR New items )  Usage of Commodity and photo/ sample ( if Required )  Company Registration Certificate  Exporter/ Importer Registration Certificate  UMFCCI membership Certificate  Other Government Approval letter  (such as : Ministry of Industries, MGMA approval letter , etc…)
  11. 11. Clearance & Forwarding Process• For Import - Check shipper for import items and apply import license - Shipper can load the cargo after receiving import License - Check the import documents ( B/L, INV & PKL ) whether can match with import license. - Customs Clearance can be started after Issuing D/O - Cargo can be delivered after finish by clearance• For Export- Inform to nominated forwarder for cargo booking after confirmation from buyer- Nominated forwarder will issue booking after approved by principle- Shipper arrange custom clearance and cargo loading- Forwarder will issue b/l after vessel departure- Shipper apply GSP and C/O as requested by buyer
  12. 12. Customs / Port Clearance Process• REQUIREMENT DOCUMENTS• IMPORT LICENCE ORIGINAL• BILL OF LADING ORIGINAL• SHIPPING INVOICE & PACKING LIST ORIGINAL• BILL OF EXCHANGE FOR L/C SHIPMENT• INSURANCE FROM PORT OF LOADING• CATALOUGE WITH ALL KIND OF COMMODITY• COUNTRY OF ORIGIN (C/O) OR FORM D• AUTHORIZATION LETTER FORM COMPANY• COMPANY REGISTERATION CERTIFICTE• EXPORTER / IMPORTER REGISTERATION• UMFCCI MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE
  13. 13. 33 domestic airports in Myanmar Myanma Airways Air Bagan Air Kanbawza Air Mandalay Yangon airways Asia Wings Airline
  14. 14. Air China China Eastern Air India AirlLines14 International airlines are operating into Myanmar. MYANMAR AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL BANGKOK AIRWAYS THAI AIR ASIA AIR MANDALAY SILK AIR JET STAR ASIA MALAYSIA AIRWAYS AIR CHINA CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES MANDARIN AIRLINES INDIAN AIRLINES
  15. 15. INFORMATION OF INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES TO YANGON, MYANMARSR AIR LINES DESTINATIONS AIR CRAFT TYPE TOTAL SEATS FLIGHT/WEEK1 AIR CHINA(CA) KUNMINGNG-RGN-KUMIN B-737 125 52 CHINA AIRLINES(CI) TAIPEI-RGN-TAIPEI B-737,ERJ-190 158 , 109 4 GAUNGZHOU-RGN-3 CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINE (CZ) GAUNGZHO A-319, A-320, B-757 156 , 198 2 B-737 ,B-738,B-733,4 CHINA EASTERN AIRLINE (MU) KUNGNMIN-RGN-KUMING CRJ 140, 124, 148 7 KUNMINGN-MDY-KUMING 2 THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL5 (TG) BKK-RGN-BKK A-330-300 305 21 A-330-600 247 B-737 - 400 1496 BANGKOK AIRWAYS (PG) BKK-RGN-BKK A-320, A-319, ATR-72 162, 120, 70 147 THAI AIR ASIA (FD&AK) BKK-RGN-BKK A-320 180 148 SILK AIR (MI) SIN-RGN-SIN A-320, A-319 180, 120 169 JET STAR (3K) SIN-RGN-SIN A-320 180 1410 MALAYSIAN AIRLINE (MH) KLP-RGN-KLP B-737, 734 144 411 AIR ASIA BERHAD KLP-RGN-KLP A-320 180 7
  16. 16. 12 VIETNAM AIRLINE (VN) HANOI-RGN-HANOI FK-70, ATR-72 79, 70, 150 6 SIN-RGN-SIN A-320, 321 180 313 AIR INDIA (AI) KOLKATA-RGN-KOLKATA A-319 127 2 GAYA-RGN-GAYA14 MAI (8M) RGN-BKK-RGN A.320 , A.321 162,228 14 RGN-SIN-RGN 11 RGN-KLP-RGN 5 RGN-SIEMREAP-PHNOM PENH-RGN 2 RGN-KWANGYO-RGN 315 KOREAN AIR(KE) INCHEON-RGN-INCHEON B-737 13-09-2012 4 A-340,16 QATAR AIRWAY(QR) DOHA-RGN-DOHA 330,320,321,319, 03-10-2012 3 B-777 28-10-201217 EVA AIR(BR) TAIPE-RGN-TAIPE MD-90 09-10-2012 318 ALL NIPPON AIRLINE(NH) NARITA-RGN-NARITA B-737 15-10-2012 319 SINGAPORE AIRLINE (SQ) SIN-RGN-SIN B-777 28-10-2012 720 HONG KONG DRAGON AIR LINE HKG-RGN-HKG A-320,330,321 09-01-2013 3 FRANKFURT-RGN-21 CONDOR AIRLINE(DE) FRANKFURT B-76W 06-11-2012 1
  17. 17. INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN MYANMARLocation Region/St ICAO IATA Airport Coordinates Custom IFR Rwyserved ate Name Runway LengthMandalay Tada-U VYMD MDL Mandalay 21°42′07″N Paved Yes 6500 ft Mandalay International 095°58′40″E Region AirportYangon Yangon VYYY RGN Yangon 16°54′26″N Paved Yes 8100 ft(Rangoon) Region International 096°07′59″E AirportNaypyidaw Mandalay VYEL NPD Naypyidaw 19°37′24″N N/A N/A N/A(Naypyitaw) Region Airport (Ela 096°12′03″E Airport)Hantharwaddy Bago(Peg N/A N/A Hantharwaddy N/A N/A N/A N/A u) Region Int’l Airport
  18. 18. SITTWEPort Region/State KYAUKPYUYangon Yangon THANDWESittwe YANGONKyaukphu Rakhine PATHEIN MAWLAMYINEThandwePathein Ayeyarwady DAWEIMawlamyine Mon MYEIKDaweiMyeik TanintharyiKawthoung KAWTHOUNG
  19. 19. Yangon Port & River EstuaryYANGON • Latitude 16 H47 N Longitude 96 H15 E • Yangon Port to Thilawa Port - 16 Km • Yangon Port to Elephant Point - 32 Km THILAWA PORT AREA • Elephant Point to Pilot Station - 32 Km • All vessels calling to the Yangon Port, pilotage is compulsory if they are over 200 GRT. • Tidal Range (The average tidal range ) - about 19.3 feet (5.85 m) at spring tide - about 8.4 feet (2.55 m) at neap tide ELEPHANT pt. • Current Velocity - 4 to 6 knots • Wave - do not hinder marine operations - seldom rough with less than (2 m) 12 February 2013 wave-height 19
  20. 20. Yangon PortThe Port of Yangon which is the river port and premier port ofMyanmar, lies along the Yangon river bank at the Yangon cityside.
  21. 21. Location of Terminals and ICD at Yangon Inner Harbour HO International wharves B o Yangon Port - 17 wharves o Thilawa Port - 6 wharves AWP Total - 23 wharves T ICD - 3 Depots MIP SPW NANTHIDA BS ICD 1 & W 2 Monkey Point 21
  22. 22. Location of ports and terminal HOB Expected Area forAWPT Development of International Port/Terminals Existing Port/Terminals ICD I & II
  23. 23. Ports and Terminals Information B.S.W A.W.P.T MITT M.I.P BOAUNGYAW ASIA WORLD PORT MYANMAR INTERNATIONAL MYANMAR INDUSTRIALPORT NAME STREET WHARVES TERMINAL TERMINAL THILAWA PORT MYANMAR MYANMAR BOAUNGYAW ASIA WORLD INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIALTERMINAL NAME STREET PORTTERMINAL WHARVES TERMINAL THILAWA PORTCHANNEL DEPTH 10m 10m 10 m 10mCHANNEL DISTANCE 32 km 47 miles 32 miles 44 milesTIME FROM PSTN TO 04:00hrs 04:30hrs 03:30hrs 4:0hrsBERTHMAXIMUM DRAFT AT 9 mtrs 9 mtrs 9 mtrs 8 mtrsBERTHNO OF CONTAINER 3 Berths 3 Berths 5 Berths 2 BerthsBERTHSNO OF GANTRYS 6 gantrys 4 gantrys 2 gantrys 2 gantrysTERMINAL WORKING 24 hrs 24 hrs 24 hrs 24 hrsHOURS
  24. 24. Name Owner Capacity Facilities 1x5 High reach stacker ICD (I) MPA 5000 Teu 2x7 high reach stacker 2x7 ton forklift 1x3 ton forklift 1x7 High reach stackerICD (II) MIP 5000 Teu 2x10 high reach stacker 1x3 ton forklift 2xRTG 42 tons MFSL 3000 Teu 2x6 ton forkliftTHAKAYT (Government) A Crane 2x25 M/T MIP MIP 8120 Teu Carne 2x30 M/T Forklift 2 Units 40 M/T Forklift 2 Units 10 M/T HICD LANN PYI 4000 TEU Crane 25 M/T
  25. 25. Implementation of Portsat the Thilawa Port Area 12 February 2013 26
  26. 26. Yangon Port o Total 37 Plots o 200 m quay length (Each Plot) o 750 m landward
  27. 27. Land Plot Allocation forDevelopment of Ports at Thilawa 1. Developed Plot Area - MIPL (Plot No. 4) - 1 - MITT (Plot No.5 to 9) - 5 12 - MEC Ship Breaking Yard 3 (Plot No 34 to 37) - 4 4MIPL 5 67 Total - 10 89 MITT 10 2. Under Construction (GC Terminal) 11 12 - MSPL (Plot No. 10 and 11) - 2 13 MSPL 14 - UMEHL (Plot No. 12 and 13) - 2 UMEHL 15 16 Total - 4 17 18 3. Under Construction (Tanker Berth) 19 20 21 - Plot No. (1) (2) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) 22 (19) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (33) 23 24 Total - 14 25 4. Reserved - Plot No. (3) (20) (21) (22) (23) (29) (30) (31) (32) Total - 9 34 Developed Under Construction (Tanker) 35 Ship Breaking 36 Under Construction (GC) Reserved Yard 37
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  29. 29. DEEP SEA PORT PROJECTS IN MYANMAR Naaf Rivero Myanmar coast line started from Naaf River to Bayint Naung Point is demarcated into (3) sections as follows:- KYAUKPYU • Rakhine Coast - 713 Km • Delta Coast - 437 Km • Thanintharyi Coast - 1078 Km • Total - 2228 Kmo All existing ports of Myanmar including Yangon Port are river ports and not deep enough for larger KALEGAUK conventional and container vessels.o To cope with the growth of the maritime trade volume after DAWEI adoption of the market oriented economy of the country and the regional demand of larger vessels for seaborne traffic, the government laid BOKPYIN down the plan to develop Deep Sea Commercial Ports at suitable sites along the coast of Myanmar. Bayint Naung Point
  30. 30. DEEP SEA PORT PROJECTS IN MYANMARo Therefore, we are planning to develop the following Deep Sea Ports- KYAUKPYU • Kyaukpyu Deep Sea Port at Rakhine State in the West Coast and • Dawei Deep Sea Port at Tanintharyi Region in the South Coast. DAWEI
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  32. 32. Kyaukpyu Deep Sea Port ProjectLocation Made Island., 11.2 km S/E of KyaukphuGeographical Position 19 H 22.6 N, 93 H 40.8 EApproach channel LAD 24 m, Tidal Range 2~2.7mHabour Area LAD 20 m, Sea Room 1000 m ~ 1600 m SittweProsperityo Most appropriate approach to cope western corridor.o Save sailing distance about 5000 Km compare with existing sea route through Malacca Strait to China East Coast. Made Is. Kyaukpyuo Main Outlet of ocean route for land locked regions trade.o Short linkage to sea outlet for land locked provinces of China and Lao.o Opportunity for transporting of Container, General Cargoes, Crude Oil and Gas.o Shortest trade route from India to China and Lao. 33 12 February 2013
  33. 33. 34Development of Oil and Gas Pipe Lines and Terminal at Kyaukpyu Region.o In June, 2009, the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) relating to the Development, Operation and Management of the Myanmar Crude Oil Pipe Line Project was signed between the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and China National Petroleum Corporation of China.o The total investment amount of the project is estimated over US$ 2.0 billions. The construction works of the oil and gas terminal shall be completed by December, 2012.o Construction of the Work-boat Wharf at the project area was completed in May 2011.
  34. 34. Deep Sea Commercial Port and Oil and Gas Terminal (Propose Site) 1550 meter (Deep Sea Port Project) 800 meter (Petro-China , Made’ Island Oil Terminal )o Total length of water front is 2350 meters and total backup area covered 4390 acres.o Least available depth is 30 meterso 800 meters at Southern part of Island is allocated for Oil and Gas Terminalo 1550 meters at Northern part of Island is allocated for Commercial Deep Sea Port
  35. 35. Conceptual Image of Kyaukpyu Oil and Gas Terminal T1 T8 T1 - 6 Nos T6 T2 - 10 Nos T2 T3 T4 T5 T7 T3 - 3 Nos T4 - 1 No T9 T5 - 1 NoThe T6 - 2 Nos construction of the Oil and Gas Terminal is expected tobe completed on December 2012. Oil and Gas T7 - 2 Nos Terminal can T8 - 10 Nosaccommodate oil tankers of 300,000 tons DWT with a draft T9 - 6 Nosof 26 meter, LOA 300 meter and 60 meter width.
  36. 36. Propose Layout Plan of Safety distant betweenCrude Oil Terminal Jetty and Commercial Port at Made Island
  37. 37. 2.1 Conceptual Plan Railroad– Line: Single track with consideration of expansion to double– Bridge and tunnel ratio: 40%– Maximum speed: 160km/h– Type of traction: Diesel– Total length: 997 kilometer– Total investment: 10 billion USD ( about 10 million USD/ kilometer) 38
  38. 38. Myanmar - China Crude Oil Pipeline 781kmMyanmar - China Natural Gas Pipeline 870 km
  39. 39. Tanker Port is (480 m) long and can be possible for the (300,000)DWT vessels.It must be finished on 23 Novenber,2012.
  40. 40. Location of Dawei ProjectThe Dawei Project is sitting on strategic location along Tanintharyi coast ofMyanmar. The Project will provide a competitive advantage as a communicationlink with direct access from GMS countries and China to the Andaman Sea andIndia Ocean for the transportation of good and commodities.
  41. 41. Prospect of Sea Borne Trade RouteThe Project will serve as a new commercial gateway providing an alternativesea route to India, China, Middle East, Europe and Africa. That can lessen thedependence on the congested Strait of Malacca and reduce transportation andlogistics costs as well.
  42. 42. Dawei Project Development Framework Agreement in respect to Development of Dawei Deep Sea Port, Industrial Estate and Road & Rail Link to Thailand has been signed between Myanma Port Authority and Italian-Thai Development Public Co., Ltd on 2nd November, 2010. The Dawei Project shall be developed on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis. The term of the Framework Agreement shall be valid for a period of (60) years commencing from the execution of said Agreement.
  43. 43. Nabule Scope of Project 1. Dawei Deep Sea Port Maungmagan 2. Ship Yard Dawei 3. Industrial Estate 4. Petro-Chemical Complex 5. Oil Refinery Plant Dawei River 6. Steel Mill 7. Fertilizer Plant 8. Power Plant 9. Road and Rail Link to ThailandLocation of Project alongTanintharyi Coast 10. Oil and Gas Pipeline
  44. 44. Conceptual Layout Plan of Industrial Estate FF : Township Zone
  45. 45. Description Accum. Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Phase I 5 Phase II 8 Phase III 10 Township & Commercial complex US$ 4.0 billion US$ 0.7 billion US$ 3.9 billion Total estimated investment for the Dawei project is about US$ 8.6 billionsThe deep sea port and infrastructure work of the industrial estate willbe divided into three phases that will be constructed and completedover a period of (10) years with overlapping construction phases. 47 12 February 2013
  46. 46. Conceptual Image ofDawei Master Development Plan
  47. 47. 49The Construction and Operation of A Multi-Modal Transit Transport Facility on Kaladan River Project
  48. 48. Calcutta West Bengal Mizoram(Aizawl) 1967 KilometerCalcutta Sittwe(Thro Kaladan River) Mizoram( Aizawl) 1294 KilometerSaving Distance by using through Kaladan river route- 673 Kilometer (418 miles) 50
  49. 49. 51 The following key components included in the project:- 118 km (1) The land required for the project will be provided gratis by Myanmar jrefrm (2) Construction of port / inland water 62 km transport (IWT) terminal and related infrastructure facilities at Sittwe port Sitpyitpyin Kaletwa (3) Development of Kaladan waterway 68 km from Sittwe to Paletwa (157 km) (4) Construction of an IWT / highway Paletwa trans-shipment terminal and related 63 km facilities at Paletwa. Kyauktaw (5) Construction of a highway from Paletwa to Myanmar-India border 94 km (248 Km) (6) Maintenance and management of the539 Km to Calcuttl Sittwe above facility components
  50. 50. Lawngtlai 52 Estimated cost for construction of Saiha NH Nalkawn -54 the Project Bungtlang Tuipang Tuithumhnar Upgradation of (Mizoram State) US $ 68.24 Project Road Border Line Sittwe port and million (Chin State) Kaladan waterway: Kaletwa (Setpyitpyin) Construction of a US $ 49.14 road from million Kaladan River Paletwa Setpyitpyin (Kaletwa) Kyauktaw Mahamuni Pagoda to India-Myanmar border: To M rauk -U Sittwe Total US $ 117.38 millionSchematic Diagram Showing Proposed Trade Route from Sittwe Port (Myanmar) to NH-54 (India)
  51. 51. Layout for Backup Facilities of Sittwe Terminal 53 Sittwe Location for future port extension Warehouses Approach Bridge 104 m x 9.5 mDimension of wharf for (6000) DWT Length 219 m xwidth 15.2 m Dimension of wharf for IWT vessel length 52 m x width 15.2 m Approach bridge 135 m x 7.3 m Dimension of existing wharf for 4000 DWT vessel length 73 m x 14.6 m
  52. 52. Statistical data of Vehicles & Road Myanmar has about 148689 Km of Road Registered road networks. The length of various Year Length Vehicles categories of road are as under: (KM)2001 445167 69732 •Union Highways2002 461692 73843 19503 km2003 476350 78266 •Township network road 19580 km2004 960341 90713 •Major city road and other roads 27507 km2005 978522 92859 •Village and boundary area roads2006 991566 104058 82100 km2007 1024372 1117372008 1997358 125355 Among these roads , under the Ministry of Construction is about 39083 km.2009 2067839 1279422010 2298677 1300502011 2331663 1423952012 148689
  53. 53. Responsibilities Concrete Bituminous Metalled Donkey Gravel Earth Road TotalNo. Department Road Road Road Road(Km) Road (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) Ministry of Construction, Public Works1 Highway 611.7 11733.0 2440.8 2700.3 1973.5 44.1 19503.22 Regional & State Roads 49.7 5451.8 3299.6 2941.4 6497.1 1340.0 19579.5 Sub-total 661.3 17184.8 5740.3 5641.7 8470.6 1384.0 39082.7 Ministry of Progress of Border Area and National Races3 Urban Road 6.6 4880.7 2215.5 660.8 3509.0 - 11272.64 Village & Border Road 120.1 4073.0 17041.5 4976.7 55888.5 - 82099.9 Sub-total 126.7 8953.8 19257.0 5637.5 59397.5 - 93372.5 Yangon City Development 3928.05 1239.7 1747.5 12.9 454.9 472.9 - Committee Mandalay City Development6 10.8 573.4 119.7 - 309.8 - 1013.8 Committee Naypyitaw City Development7 246.1 129.3 43.0 734.9 1130.8 - 2284.1 Committee8 Army Corps of Engineer 393.4 61.8 605.3 166.4 6822.7 - 8049.59 Ministry of Electrical Power (No.1) 48.3 88.5 542.1 - 280.2 - 959.2 148689. Total 2726.3 28739.1 26320.4 12635.4 76884.6 1384.0 9
  54. 54. Roads of Public Works Earth Donkey Concrete Bituminous Gravel Metal Total Road RoadSr. State / Division Road Road Road Road(Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km) (Km)1 Kachin State 18.910 564.075 660.233 1062.167 660.837 774.296 3740.5182 Kayah State 0.101 337.560 70.811 186.483 209.718 - 804.6723 Kayin State - 627.041 213.439 208.008 762.829 - 1811.3174 Chin State - 497.287 470.733 7.242 936.035 65.782 1977.0795 Sagaing Region - 1888.364 612.959 706.904 965.606 149.065 4322.899 Tanintharyi6 - 858.585 433.115 1.609 70.409 - 1363.718 Region7 Bago Region 263.530 1284.659 160.934 234.964 223.699 - 2167.7868 Magwe Region - 2080.278 270.973 504.529 465.302 - 3321.083 Manadalay9 296.924 1813.127 203.180 152.888 48.280 - 2514.399 Region10 Mon State - 604.309 8.047 89.117 32.187 - 733.66011 Rakhine State - 738.287 547.177 229.533 230.136 - 1745.13212 Yangon Region 61.155 648.465 126.736 73.125 70.811 - 980.29213 Shan State 2.213 3958.987 1807.092 1657.223 3350.453 276.807 11052.773 Ayeyarwady14 17.502 1057.641 335.146 559.750 577.151 - 2547.189 Region Total 660.334 16958.664 5920.575 5673.541 8603.452 1265.95 39082.516
  55. 55. Road Progress in Myanmar Under Ministry of Ratio of The Whole Country Construction Paved Year Total Road Total Road Paved Road Paved Road Length Length to Total 2004 29497 km 14126 km 90713 km 22153 km 24.42% 2005 29825 km 14356 km 92859 km 22830 km 24.58% 2006 30433 km 14956 km 104058 km 23955 km 23.02% 2007 30711 km 15213 km 111737 km 24670 km 22.08% 2008 30902 km 15387 km 125355 km 25553 km 20.38% 2009 32070 km 15583 km 127942 km 26333 km 20.58% 2010 34178 km 16550 km 136749 km 28569 km 20.89% 2011 37784 km 17260 km 142395 km 30879 km 21.68% 2012 39081 km 17846 km 148689 km 31464 km 21.16%Notes:(1) The Whole Country data is including NCDC,YCDC,MCDC,Ministry of Construction, Ministry ofprogress of Border aeras &National races and Development Affairs, Ministry of Electrical Power (1)/(2) and Army Corps of Engineer-Ministry of Defense.(2) Union Highways and main roads including ASEAN Highways are under the control of Ministry ofConstruction.
  56. 56. Road Lengths under Ministry of Construction % of BOT Road Length B.O.T Rate B.O.T Rate B.O.T Road on operating Road % on Road % on Total Road RoadNo. State or Region Total Road under B.O.T B.O.T Road Total Road (km) Length Length scheme Length Length (km) (%) (km) (%) (%)1 Kachin State 3740.5 486.4 13.0 0.0 0.0 0.02 Kayah State 804.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.03 Kayin State 1811.3 259.5 14.3 29.2 11.2 1.64 Chin State 1977.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.05 Sagaing Region 4322.9 521.8 12.1 118.1 22.6 2.76 Tanintharyi Region 1363.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.07 Bago Region 2167.8 744.2 34.3 349.2 46.9 16.18 Magwe Region 3321.1 592.0 17.8 0.0 0.0 0.09 Mandalay Region 2514.4 1165.4 46.3 624.9 53.6 24.910 Mon State 733.7 259.3 35.3 179.8 69.4 24.511 Rakhine State 1745.1 180.6 10.4 0.0 0.0 0.012 Yangon Region 980.3 428.9 43.8 125.8 29.3 12.813 Shan State 11052.8 1021.9 9.2 694.4 68.0 6.314 Ayeyarwaddy Region 2547.2 235.8 9.3 201.4 85.4 7.9 Total (Mile) 39082.5 5896.0 15.1 2322.8 39.4 5.9
  57. 57. 60Public Private Partnership (PPP) Build- Operate- Transfer (B.O.T) Long term investment in roads and bridges with Build-Operate- Transfer (B.O.T) system for 40 years with extension 5 years 3 times. Introduced to Public Works in 1996 Number of B.O.T roads run by (29) Local Companies – (61) numbers B.O.T road length – 3663 miles (5896 km) (15 % of roads managed by PW) Source: PW (as of May 2012)
  58. 58. Total Road Length Road Networks before Current Road Networksover the whole country 1988• Before the year 1988 • 13635 miles ( 22725 km)• As of June 2012 • 92391 miles (148689 km)• Road Length Increasement • 78756 miles (125964 km)
  59. 59. AsiaHighways
  60. 60. ASIAN Highway AH14  Muse – Lasho - Mandalay AH3  Tachilek – Kyaing Tong – MonglaAH1 Myawaddy – Thahone –Phyagyi – Taungoo – AH2 Mandalay – Monywa – Tachilek – Kyaing Tong –Kalaymyo – Tamu Taunggyi – Meiktila - Mandalay
  61. 61. Asian Highway Network in Myanmar(a) AH 1 - Myawaddy - Payagyi (Bago) - Meikhtila - Mandalay- Tamu(1665 km)(b) AH 2 - Tachileik - KyaingTong - Meikhtila (807 km)(c) AH 3 - Mongla - KyaingTong (93 km)(d) AH 14 - Muse - Lashio - Mandalay (453 km).
  62. 62. GMScorridors
  63. 63. Trans-Asian Railway Network Mandalay-Yangon Mandalay-Lashio [ Muse (border station and break of gauge)-Rueli(China)] Kalay-[ Tamu (border station and break of gauge)-Jiribam (India)] Bago-Thanpyuzayat [Three Pagoda Pass- Namtok (Thailand)] Thanpyuzayat-Ye Yangon (maritime connection) Thanphyuzayat Namtok
  64. 64. Railway Lines of International Importance in Myanmar Existing lines Mandalay-Yangon = 617 km Mandalay-Lashio = 313 km Mandalay-Kalay = 539 km Bago-Thanbyuzayat = 270 km Missing lines Kalay-Tamu = 127.4 km** Lashio-Rueli = 141.8 km** Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass = 110 km** ** The route lengths of missing lines are referred from feasibility reports
  65. 65. (a). Thailand-Myanmar Rail link (Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass) * Conducted by KOICA 2005-2007 * The scope of the study # Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass (110 km) (Myanmar) # Three Pagoda Pass-NamTok ( 153 km) (Thailand) * The construction cost for Myanmar side 246.171 mil USD. * Total Traffic Demand Forecast In the case of medium demand scenario; 2017 2027 2037 Freight ton 0.7 mil 3.1 mil 5.7 mil Passenger 0.06mil 0.2 mil 0.5 mil * Economic Evaluation In the case of the medium demand scenario B/C ratio = 0.74 EIRR= 8.1% < discount rate 12% The project is not viable economically. Financial Evaluation For the medium scenario, FIRR = 0.4%
  66. 66. (b). China-Myanmar Rail link (Rueli - Muse - Lashio - Kyaukphyu) •A Standard gauge railway line Lashio-Muse-Rueli (126.13 km) •Total length of railway line (813.015 km)
  67. 67. (c). Indian-Myanmar Rail link (Kalay-Tamu) * Conducted by RITES Ltd. 2004-2005 * The scope of the study ¤ New rail link (i) Jiribam-Moreh (219 kms) India (ii) Tamu-Kalay (127.4 kms) Myanmar ¤ Rehabilitation of existing line Kalay-Mandalay (513 kms) Myanmar * The construction cost of the project # Tamu-Kalay  97.68 mil USD. (new line) # Kalay-Mandalay  162 mil USD. (Rehabilitation) * Freight Demand Forecast 2.48 mil tons in 2027-28 * The Financial Analysis Jiribam-Moreh (-) 1.7% Tamu-Kalay (-) 1.2% Combined (-) 1.3% Under optimistic scenario, FIRR could improve to (-) 0.6%* Comparison of transport between Yangon & New Delhi Without Project With Project Transit time 22 days 9 days per TEU cost 2000 USD 800 USD
  68. 68. *In Myanmar, trucks are overloaded with goods, and so axle loads are evenhigher than international axle load.*With the aim of Maintaining roads and bridge,Public Works under the Ministry of Constructionformed seven Road and Bridge Security and Rules EnforcementBoards.
  69. 69. To honor the ASEAN Standard, Axle load limit is 10 tons. No of Axle No of Wheels Load limit 1 6 22 55 2 5 18 46 3 4 14 34 4 4 12 25 5 3 10 21 6 2 6 16Although the Ministry Of Construction is striving for ensuring durability ofroads and bridge, some truck owners are misleading the people into thinkingof higher commodity prices due to the product.In this regard, if an owner wants to carry 36 tons of loads instead of 21 tonsof loads , what he just needs is use a truck with 5 axle.
  70. 70. • Reconstruction of Sule Wharfs 1, 2, 3 & 4 to be considered out in line with international standards, installing cargo handling equipments and constructing port, wharfs related building , structures.
  71. 71. Details regarding Sule Wharfs 1,2,3 and 4Total wharfs length (137 meter – 4nos) = 548mApron Width = 12.2 mLand Area = 15.496 areaTransit Shed = 4 buildingDraft = 9mVessel tonnage = 15000 DWTYear operations commenced = year
  72. 72. 1. Developed Plot - MIPL (Plot No. 4) - 1 12 3 - MITT (Plot No.5 to 9) - 5 4 - MEC Ship Breaking YardMIPL 5 67 (Plot No 34 to 37) - 4 89 MITT 10 Total - 10 11 12 2. Under Construction (GC Terminal) 13 MSPL 14 - MSPL (Plot No. 10 and 11) - 2 UMEHL 15 16 17 - UMEHL (Plot No. 12 and 13) - 2 18 19 Total - 4 20 21 3. Under Construction (Tanker Berth) 22 23 - Plot No. (1) (2) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (24) (25) (26) 24 25 (27) (28) (33) Total - 14 4. Reserved - Plot No. (3) (20) (21) (22) (23) (29) (30) (31) (32) Total - 9 34 35 Developed Under Construction (Tanker) Ship Breaking 36 Yard 37 Under Construction (GC) Reserved
  73. 73. Central Business Development and CarFor the improvement of Yangon City Development Plan Short and middle term proposal Parking Existing Central Business Works Development Organization of Yangon City New Proposed Center (Kabaraye (Yayku)) Existiing Sub-Center (Hlaetan, 1 = Thanlyin bridge Maynigone, Tarmway,Thinkangyun, Sanpya, e mile, Bayintnaung, Pazuntaung, North Okkalar….) 2 = DALA bridge New Proposed Sub-Center (Mindama sub-center, East Dagon, Hlaingtharyar, 4 Shwepyithar, Mingalardon waryarlat …….) New Proposed Highway Car Parking 3 = Kyimyindaing (Eastern Dagon, Thaketa) New Proposed Car Parking in City Bridge (Thakhinmya gardem, Around Yangon Station) Existing Highway Car Parking 4 = Htantabin Bridge To Implement Maintenance Zone 5 5 = Bayintnaung Bridge Maintenance of pool and green Land 3 1 2 Environment Maintenance Zone around Area of Shwedagon and Sulae Pagoda -Limitation of Area of Building Construction and Height - Hluttaw Maintenance Zone Modified Zone to promote Tourism -Boutique Hotels, Restaurants and Shops - Hluttaw Maintenance zone
  74. 74. CONCESSION BLOCKS 3 TYPES OF BLOCKS  EXPLORATION ( EP ) / (PSC)  IMPROVED PETROLEUM RECOVERY ( IOR ) PERFORMANCE COMPENSATION CONTRACT (PCC)  REACTIVATION OF SUSPENDED FIELDS ( RSF ) Type of Block No. of Blocks Remarks PSC & EP 30 (Onshore) Exploration PSC 25 (Offshore) Areas IOR 7 (Onshore) Improved Oil Recovery RSF 10 (Onshore) Marginal Field
  75. 75. Shwe Export Gas Project ( Gas from Blocks A-1 & A-3 ) 1. Pipe gas to China 2. Special Economic Zone (SEZ gas base) at nearby landfall
  76. 76. 3. CURRENT OFFSHORE OPERATING COMPANIES CURRENT E&D ACTIVITIES COMPANY BLOCK FIELD / AREA Daewoo A-1 / A-3 Shwe Project AD-7 Deep Water TOTAL E&P Myanmar M-5, M-6 Yadana Project Petronas Carigali M-12, M-13, M-14 Yetagun Project PTTEP M-9 Zawtika Project M-3, M-4, M-9, M-11 CNOOC A-4 M-10 ESSAR A-2 Ngwe Oil & Gas Ltd M-8 MPRL E&P Ltd. A-6 Silver Wave Energy A-7 CNPC AD-1, AD-6, AD-8 Deep Water Rimbunan/ UNOG M-1 ONGC Videsh Ltd AD-2, AD-3, AD-9 Deep Water Twinza Oil YEB PetroVietnem/ EDIN M-2 Note : 14 oil companies are working in 28 offshore blocks.
  77. 77. YADANA GAS PROJECTLOCATION : MOATTAMAOFFSHOREBLOCKS : M-5 / M6SELLERS : TOTAL 31.24 % UNOCAL 28.26 % PTTEP 25.50 % MOGE 15.00 %BUYER : PTT PlcRESERVES : 6.5 TCFEXPORT DCQ : 525 MMCFDDOMESTIC GAS : 125 MMCFDOFFSHORE FACILITIES : WELL HEAD PLATFORM 1 ( 7 WELLS ) WELL HEAD PLATFORM 2 ( 7 WELLS ) PRODUCTION PLATFORM LIVING QUARTER PLATFORM FLARE PLATFORMONSHORE FACILITIES :PIPELINE CENTER METERING STATIONPIPELINES : 216 MILES 36” PIPELINE ( OFFSHORE ) 39 MILES 36” PIPELINE ( ONSHORE )START OF GAS EXPORT : 1998PROJECT COST : 1200 MM$
  78. 78. YETAGUN GAS PROJECT YN Yetagun NELOCATION : TANINTHARYI OFFSHOREBLOCKS : M-12 / M-13 / M-14 YETAGUNSELLERS : PETRONAS 40.75 % NIPPON 19.40 % PTTEP 19.40 % MOGE 20.45 %BUYER : PTT PlcRESERVES : 4.16 TCFEXPORT DCQ : 200 / 260 / 400 MMCFD ( ABOUT 30 BL CONDENSATE / MMCF )OFFSHORE FACILITIES : DRILLING PLATFORM ( 6 WELLS +4 ADDITIONAL) PRODUCTION PLATFORM FSOONSHORE FACILITIES : PIPELINE CENTER METERING STATIONPIPELINES : 126 MILES 24” PIPELINE ( OFFSHORE ) 42 MILES 24” PIPELINE ( ONSHORE )START OF GAS EXPORT : 2000PROJECT COST : ABOUT 700 MM$
  79. 79. ZAWTIKA EXPORT PIPE GAS PROJECT• Located 300 km south of Yangon and 240 km west of Tavoy Zawtika Development Project• New 220-260 km offshore & 72 km onshore pipelines to PTT 42” P/L at 220-260 Km. 220- 72 Km. Ban-I-Tong. Pipeline• Planned DCQ at 300 MMscfd Operating Metering Station Center• Water Depth avg. 150 m Block : M-9 Gas Reserve : 1.44 tcf (Drilled Reserve) DCQ : 250 mmscfd (export)/ 60 mmscfd (domestic) Sellers : PTTEP / MOGE Buyer : PTT 1st Gas : 2015 Location map of Prospects in Block M-9 M- GTK -1 KKN-1 UGGA-1 KKN-2 ZTL-1 KKN-3 ZTK-8 ZTK-5 ZTK-1 ZTK-4 SPH-1 ZTK-3 ZTK-7 ZTK-6 ZTK-2
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