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    • July, 2011
    • Block Map of Myanmar MOGE Aggressive Exploration Programme ♣ To explore & produce oil and gas in onshore areas for self- self- sufficiency ♣ To oversee and cooperate the PSCs in Offshore areas
    • OIL & GAS FIELDS OF MYANMAR (ONSHORE) SR NO. OIL & GAS FIELDS YEAR OF DISCOVERY REMARKS 1 YENANGYAUNG 1887 PRODUCING 2 AYADAW 1893 PRODUCING 3 CHAUK 1902 PRODUCING 4 PAYAGON 1959 SUSPENDEDSHWE 5 MYANAUNG 1964 PRODUCING 6 PYAY 1965 PRODUCING 7 SHWEPYITHA 1967 PRODUCING 8 PYALO 1969 SUSPENDED 9 MANN 1970 PRODUCING 10 LETPANDO 1974 PRODUCED FOR 2 YEARS & SUSPENDED 11 PEPPI 1976 PRODUCING 12 HTAUKSHABIN 1978 PRODUCING 13 HTANTABIN 1980 SUSPENDED 14 KANNI 1985 PRODUCING 15 APYAUK 1991 PRODUCING 16 SHWEGU 1994 SUSPENDED 17 KYAUKKWET / 1995 PRODUCING LETPANDO 18 INDAING 1996 SUSPENDED 19 NYAUNGDON 1999 PRODUCING 20 THARGYITAUNG/SABE 2001 PRODUCING
    • Crude Oil andNatural Gas ReservesProved RecoverablePetroleum Reserves(as at 1-4-2006) 1-Location Crude Natural Oil Gas (MMBBL) (BSCF)Onshore 115.116 309.651Offshore 100.892 15,845.000
    • Concession Blocks 3 TYPES OF BLOCKS  EXPLORATION / PRODUCTION ( EP ) / (PSC)  IMPROVED PETROLEUM RECOVERY ( IOR ) PERFORMANCE COMPENSATION CONTRACT (PCC)  REACTIVATION OF SUSPENDED FIELDS ( RSF ) Type of Block No. of Blocks Remarks PSC & EP 36 (Onshore) Exploration PSC 25 (Offshore) Areas IOR / PCC 7 (Onshore) Improved Oil Recovery RSF 10 (Onshore) Marginal Field Development ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Total 53 Blocks (Onshore) 25 Blocks (Offshore-Shallow Water) 26 Blocks (Offshore-Deep Water) -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    • OTHER OIL COMPANIES ACTIVITIES
    • Current Onshore Activities by Companies Company (Operator) Block/Area MPRL (Myanmar) MOGE- MOGE-2(N) (Mann Field) Goldpetrol (Indonesia) MOGE- MOGE-1 (Yenangyaung Field) IOR- IOR-2 (Chauk Field) SINOPEC (China) PSC- PSC-D (Mahudaung) CNOOC (China) PSC- PSC-C1 (Indaw) PSC- PSC-C2 (Shwebo- (Shwebo- Monywa ESSAR Group (India) PSC- PSC-L (Sittway) Silver Wave (Singapore) (Singapore) PSC- PSC-B2 (Nandaw- Nandaw- Zebyutaung) Zebyutaung) Nobel Oil (Russia) Russia) PSC- PSC-A (Hukaung) Hukaung) PSC- PSC-B1 (Uyu) Uyu) North Petrol (China) PSC- PSC-F (Ngahlaingdwin) (Ngahlaingdwin) SNOG & UPR (Singapore) Singapore) PSC- PSC-R (Mepale) Mepale) NOTE : In onshore area, 12 contracts have been signed with 9 foreign companies. Some onshore blocks are kept reserve for MOGE some will be opened very soon.
    • Current Offshore Activities by Companies COMPANIES (Operator) BLOCKS TOTAL M-5, M-6 (Yadana) M- PETRONAS Carigali M-12, M-13, M-14 M- M- (Yetagun) DAEWOO A-1 (Shwe), A-3, AD-7 A- AD- PTTEP M-3, M-7, M-9, M-11 M- M- M- CNOOC A-4, M-10 M- ESSAR A-2 Ngwe Oil & Gas M-8 Twinza Oil YEB MPRL E&P A-6 Rimbunan & UNOG M-1 CNPC AD- AD- AD- AD-1, AD-6, AD-8 Petrovietnam & UNOG M-2 Petronas Carigali MD- MD- MD- MD-4, MD-5, MD-6 KMDC & BOC A-5, A-7, M-15, M-16 A- M- M- In the offshore area, 29 contracts have been signed with 14 foreign companies for 30 offshore blocks. 3 shallow water blocks are available for exploration & development and 19 new deep water blocks are open for new investors. OPEN OFFSHORE BLOCKS  Original Open Blocks : M-4, M-17, M18 M- M-  Newly Open Deep Water Blocks : 19 Blocks
    • Major Offshore Projects in Myanmar Offshore
    • YADANA GAS PROJECT SUMMARYLOCATION : MOATTAMA OFFSHOREBLOCKS : M-5 / M-6 M-SELLERS : TOTAL 31.24 % UNOCAL 28.26 % PTTEP 25.50 % MOGE 15.00 %BUYER : PTT PlcRESERVES : 6.5 TCFEXPORT DCQ : 525 MMCFD / 565 MMCFDDOMESTIC GAS : 125 MMCFDOFFSHORE FACILITIES : WELL HEAD PLATFORM 1 ( 7 WELLS ) WELL HEAD PLATFORM 2 ( 7 WELLS ) WELL HEAD PLATFORM 3 ( 2 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$
    • Yadana Project (Block M-5, M-6) M- M- HORI ZON GRIDS YADANA FIELD Top of the Carbonates Time map ( ms TWT )RESERVES : 6.5 TCF EXPORT DCQ : 525 MMCFDSTARTED GAS EXPORT : 1998 PROJECT LIFE : 30 YEARS
    • Yadana Project (Block M-5, M-6) M- M-After developing Sein Satellite Field in March 2006, 40 mmcfd of gashad been produced for domestic use.
    • YADANA GAS PROJECT• LOCATION : MOATTAMA• OFFSHOTIORE• BLOCKS : M-5/M-6 5/M-• SELLERS TOTAL 31.24% UNOCAL 28.26 % PTTEP 25.50% MOGE 15.00 % RESERVES : 6.5 TCF EXPORT DCQ : 565 MMCFD DOMESTIC GAS : 200 MMCFD OFFSHORE FACILITIES WELL HEAD PLATFORM 1 (7 WELLS) WELL HEAD PLATFORM 2 (7 WELLS) PRODUCTION PLATFORM LIVING QUARTER PLATFORM FLARE PLATFORM MEDIUM COMPRESSION PLATFORM ONSHORE FACILITIES : PIPELINE CENTER MEETING STATION PIPELINES 216 MILES 36” PIPELINE(OFFSHORE) 39 MILES 36” PIPELINE(ONSHORE) 95 MILES 24” PIPELINE(OFFSHORE) TO DAW NYEIN FOR DOMESTIC, IN 2010 START OF GAS EXPORT : 1998 PROJECT COST : 1200 MM$
    • YETAGUN GAS PROJECT SUMMARYLOCATION : TANINTHARYI OFFSHOREBLOCKS : M-12 / M-13 / M-14 M- M-SELLERS : 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$
    • Yetagun Project YN Yetagun NE YETAGUNRESERVES : 4.16 TCF EXPORT DCQ : 400 MMCFD ( ABOUT 30 BL CONDENSATE / MMCF )STARTED GAS EXPORT : 2000 PROJECT LIFE : 30 YEARS YETAGUN NO. 2 YETAGUN EAST NO. 1 Depth (feet) East-West structural cross-section of the Yetagun Field
    • Current Offshore Activities
    • Block A-1 (Shwe) Gas Discovery A- RESERVES (Shwe / Shwe Phyu / Mya) : 4.794 ~ 8.632 TCF• Recent gas discovery in Block A-1 proves the commercial gas accumulation A- in Rakhine offshore area.• In very near future it will become another gas project playing an important role in oil & gas sector of Myanmar.
    • Shwe Project ( Gas from Blocks A-1 & A-3 ) A- A-
    • ZAWTIKA EXPORT PIPE GAS PROJECT• Located 300 km south of Yangon and 240 km Zawtika Development Project west of Tavoy 220-260 Km. 220- 72 Km.• New 230 km offshore & 72 km onshore 28” pipelines to PTT 42” P/L at Ban-I-Tong. Ban- Pipeline Operating Metering Center Station• Planned DCQ at 300 MMscfd• Dom- Dom- 60 MMcfd + Export 240 MMcfd 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 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
    • Block A-1 and A-3 Prospects A- A- Shwe Nilar 1 Shwe Nilar 2Shwe DiscoveryShwe Phyu DiscoveryShwe Nilar ProspectNgwe North ProspectMya Discovery Block A-3 (Mya Discovery) A- Block A-3 A- RESERVES : 1.5 ~ 3.9 TCF
    • Options for Blocks A-1 & A-3 Gas Utilization A- A- Possible Pipeline routes1. Pipe gas to neighboring countries (option 1,2,3 & 4)2. LNG 3 23. Special Economic Zone (SEZ gas base) at nearby 1 landfall 4
    • Prospects & Lead DRILLING PROGRAMME IN BLOCK A-3 A-3, MYANMAR A- BLOCKS  Water Depth Map with Mya Discovery & other Prospects 1000m 500m MYA Well 1 discovery Mya Well 2 (appraisal) Mya Well 3 (appraisal)1500m Prospect KYAUK SEIN Well #1 (exploration) Lead A Prospect THANDAR Provisional well #1 Wells to be drilled in early 2007
    • Shwe Pyi Htay Discovery Block M-9 M-Gas Reserves : 260 BCFTested in Well Shwe Pyi HtayWell 1 Production ~ 25 mmcfd gas
    • Zawtika well Discovery NW 1190 1100 1000 900 800 SE 199 414 646 AMP-1 897 TWT (ms) H10 AMP-2 1168 H20 AMP-3 H30 AMP-4 1462 Zawtika Well 1 AMP-5 1780 Cross section H40 2124 H50 2495 TOTAL ACTUAL H60 DEPTH 2085 M 2896 H70 Proposed TD 3000 mTVD-MSL 3327 3798 0 5 LOW HIGH KILOMETER• Zawtika-1 was drilled to 2085 meter and encountered 7 significant gas reservoirs with estimatedreserves from mud log ranging from 435 to 1058 BCF, mean case 730 BCF.• PTTEPI technically believed that after the discovery of Zawtika-1, potential reserve is estimated43 TCF in block PSC-M9.
    • ZAWTIKA EXPORT PIPE GAS PROJECT• Located 300 km south of Yangon and 240 km west of Tavoy• New 230 km offshore & 72 km onshore 28” pipelines to PTT 42” P/L at Ban-I-Tong. Ban-• Planned DCQ at 300 MMscfd• Dom- Dom- 60 MMcfd + Export 240 MMcfd 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
    • Location map of Prospects in Block M-9 M-The second drilling campaign focused only on M9 to evaluate HC potential inthree areas, M9W, M9C and M9NE with the encouraging drilling plan of 7 wellsby end 2007.Zatila # 1 drilled in western part of Block M-9 discovered and some amount ofcondensate and gas.
    • Location map of Prospects in Block M-15/16/17/18 M-TANINTHAYI OFFSHORE AREA BLOCK M-15/M-16/M-17/M-18 Galon MORE THAN 25 TCF GAS IN NEW PROSPECTS Nagar ESTIMATED BY PCML EXPLORATION DRILLING IN GALON ON 21 SEPTEMBER,2006 Hintha
    • Galon- Galon-1in Block M-16 M-
    • Nagar- Nagar-Ain Block M-16 M-
    • Chinthe- Chinthe-Ain Block M-17 M-
    • Hinthar- Hinthar-Ain Block M-18 M-
    • List Of The Foreign Oil Companies Awarded For PSC and Current StatusSr. Company Name Block No. Date of Contract Remark1. Petronas Carigali M-12,13,14 3- 3-5-1990 Exporting gas to PTT2. Total M-5,M-6 5,M- 9-7-1992 Exporting gas to PTT3. Daewoo A-1/A-3 1/A- 4-8-2000/ 18-2-2004 18- Development AD- AD-7 25- 25-2-2007 Exploration4. Petronas MD- MD-4,5,6 21- 21-1-2010 Exploration Period5. PTTEPI M-7,M-9 7,M- 12-11- 12-11-2003 Development6. CNOOC A4,M- A4,M-10 14-12- 14-12-2004 Exploration7 ESSAR A-2 7-5-2005 Exploration8. PTTEPI M-3/M-11 3/M- 7-8-2004 Exploration 25- 25-7-20059. TWINZA YEB 9-11-2006 11- Exploration10. NGWE M-8 15- 15-9-2006 Exploration11. Rimbunan M-1 9-3-2007 Exploration12. Petro Vietnam M-2 2-10-2008 10- Exploration13. MPRL A-6 18- 18-1-2007 Exploration14. CNPC AD- AD-1/6/8 15- 15-1-2007 Exploration15. Petronas/UNOG Petronas/UNOG MD- MD-4/5/6 2-10-2008 10- Exploration16. KMDC M-15/M-16 15/M- 20- 20-1-2011 Study Period A-5,A-7 5,A-
    • MOGE OTHER ACTIVITIES
    • NATURAL GAS MARKET About 2000 miles of gas pipeline were constructed in onshore by MOGE pipeline team. Pipeline size varies from 6" to 20". Onshore Gas Pipeline Offshore Gas Pipeline
    • CNG / NGV PROGRAMME IN MYANMAR  Initiated in Myanmar since 1986.  1986 – August 2004 : - 5 CNG Refueling Stations - - 2 in Yangon City - 2 in Yenangyaung Field - 1 in Chauk Field - 587 NGVs (Converted from petrol buses)  CNG / NGV Programme was reactivated in August 2004 and Widely used in 2005.  As at June 2011 : - 45 CNG Refueling Stations in Myanmar- - 40 in Yangon City - 2 in Mandalay City - 2 in Yenangyaung Field - 1 in Chauk Field - About 27472 NGVs (Converted from both petrol / diesel vehicles)  Future : CNG Refueling Stations will be installed along the existing domestic pipeline corridor. 9
    • CNG / NGV PROGRAMME IN MYANMAR (Continued)  In Yangon City (up to June 2011): - Refueling Stations in Operation: 40 * 1 in Mother Station (Ywama) * 6 in Daughter Stations * 33 and Alone Stations  The NGV Conversion is continuing. 1 0
    • Regional Cooperation
    •  Myanmar in Regional Co-operation Programme Co-Trans-Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline (TAGP) MYANMA RMyanmar contribute to certain extent the energy supply requirementsof ASEAN, BIMSTEC, GMS and ACMECS in terms of natural gas.
    • Investment Opportunitiesin Petroleum Exploration Sector in Myanmar
    • Newly Demarcated DeepWater Blocks- Rakhine Offshore Area 14 Blocks ( AD-2 to AD-5, AD-9 to AD-18 ) AD- AD- AD- AD-- Moattama/Tanintharyi Offshore Area 2 Blocks ( MD-7, MD-8 ) MD- MD-OPEN OFFSHORE BLOCKS- Shallow Water Open Blocks : M-4, M-17, M18 M- M-- Newly Open Deep Water Blocks : 19 Blocks
    • Deep Water BlocksRakhine Offshore (Arakan Deep) – 10 Blocks. Sr. Block Area / Water Depth No. Name Sq. Miles ft (m) 1. AD - 1 1,042 1,500 -> 6,000 (457m - > 1,829m) 2. AD - 2 3,127 > 6,000 (> 1829m) 3. AD - 3 3,822 > 6,000 (> 1829m) 4. AD - 4 4,077 > 6,000 (> 1829m) 5. AD - 5 4,077 > 6,000 (> 1829m) 6. AD – 6 373 17 – 295 (5.18m - 89.91m) 7. AD – 7 650 295 - 4590 (89.91m – 1395.98m) 8. AD - 8 2,000 3280 - 6560 (979.56m – 1995.13m) 9. AD - 9 3,011 3280 -> 6,560 (979.56m -> 1995.13m) 10. AD - 10 3,500 > 6,560 (> 1995.13m)
    • Deep Water Blocks (Cont.)Moattama & Tanintharyi Offshore (Moattama Deep) – 8 Blocks.Sr. Block Name Area / Water DepthNo. Sq. Miles ft (m) 1. MD - 1 3,262 > 6,000 (> 1829m) 2. MD - 2 3,988 1,500 -> 6,000 (457m - > 1,829m) 3. MD - 3 5,135 600 -> 6,000 (183m - > 1,829m) 4. MD - 4 2,278 3,000 -> 8,000 (914m - > 2,439m) 5. MD - 5 2,452 6,000 -> 9,000 (1,829m - > 2,744 m) 6. MD - 6 2,683 6,000 -> 10,000 (1,829m - > 3,049m) 7. MD - 7 3,011 3,000 -> 10,000 (914m - > 3,049m) 8. MD - 8 2,510 2,500 -> 9,000 (762m - > 2,744m)
    • Any interested parties are cordially invited to invest in Myanmar offshore exploration.• Brief data over-view of the blocks could over- be done with MOGE technical team at free of charge.• Interested blocks should be applied to Ministry of Energy or Energy Planning Department for direct negotiation at any time.