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  • 1. Domestic and Trans-National Oil &Gas Pipeline Development By Tun Thwe, General Manger (Pipeline) Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise Ministry of Energy
  • 2. 1. Oil and Gas Development in Myanmar2. Pipeline Network in Myanmar3. MOGE’s Pipeline Construction4. Conclusion
  • 3. Oil and Gas Development in Myanmar Ministry of EnergyEnergy Planning Department MyanmaMyanma Oil and Myanma Petroleum PetrochemicalGas Enterprise Products Enterprise Enterprise
  • 4. Oil and Gas Development in MyanmarOne of the earliest oil producerUsing oil since 10th centuryExported 1st barrels of oil in 1853BOC in 1886 • Yenangyaung Field in 1887 • Chauk Field in 1902POI in 1964 after nationalizationMOGE in 1985
  • 5. Oil and Gas Development in MyanmarMOGE’s Responsibilities To explore and produce O&G in onshore by own resources To supply domestic O&G requirement by own pipeline To supply CNG as fuel substitute for vehicles To Participate & oversee IOC in Myanmar by PSCMOGE’s Current Production Onshore Offshore 8000 bbl crude oil 12000 bbl condensate 100 mmscfd gas 1200 mmscfd gas
  • 6. Pipeline Network in Myanmar• Pipeline Installation Before Nationalization• Pipeline Installation Between 1963-1988• Pipeline Installation After 1988 Pipeline Installation Before Nationalization Whole Oil & Gas Industry under BOC 1st Oil Pipeline 10” x 323miles from Yenangyat to Rangoon Refinery (Yangon) Was Destroyed in World War-II
  • 7. Pipeline Installation between 1963 and 1988 Nominal Year Length Transported Sr. No Description Diameter Built (mile) comodity (inch) 1 Mann-Thanlyin 1979 10 279.50 Oil 2 Chauk-Sale 1969 8 13.30 Gas 3 Ayadaw-Lanywa 1983 10 23.00 Gas 4 Chauk-Lanywa 1980 6 1.00 Gas 5 Pyayay-Thayet 1979 6 7.50 Gas 6 Myanaung-Shwepyitha 1977 10 13.70 Gas 7 Myanaung-Kyankhin 1975 8 13.50 Gas 10 0.64 Gas 8 Myanaung-Kyankhin 1986 8 2.64 Gas 6 6.75 Gas 10 8.64 Gas 9 Kyankhin-Htantabin-Saketha 1985 8 0.64 Gas 10 Pyay-Shwetaung 1981 10 22.00 Gas 11 Shwetaung-Kyawzwar 1984 10 29.00 Gas 12 Payagon-Ywama 1985 10 54.00 Gas 13 Ywama-Shwepyitha(Yangon) 1986 10 2.50 Gas 10 4.50 Gas 14 Shwepyitha-Toegyaunggalay 1986 14 4.00 Gas 14 2.50 Gas 15 Toegyaunggalay-Thanlyin 1986 10 6.50 Gas 6 4.00 Gas 16 South Dagon-Thaketa 1987 10 4.00 Gas 10 56.50 Gas 17 Toegyaunggalay-Sittaung 1988 8 9.50 Gas 6 0.75 Gas Total 570.56
  • 8. Pipeline Installation after 1988 Nominal Length Transported Sr. No Description Year Built Diameter (mile) comodity (inch) 1 Pyay-Saketha 1994 10 9.50 Gas 2 Apyauk-Okkan 1995 10 12.25 Gas 3 Apyauk-Shwepyitha(Yangon) 1992 10 24.00 Gas 4 Shwepyitha-Hlawga 1995 10 2.52 Gas 5 Apyauk-Shwepyitha 1994 14 41.15 Gas 6 Popehlawsu-Ywama 1998 14 9.40 Gas 1994 10 4.75 Gas 7 Popehlawsu-Alon 2002 10 5.17 Gas 10 58.82 Gas 8 Toegyaunggalay-Sittaung 1998 14 5.38 Gas 8 0.75 Gas 10 47.28 Gas 1994 10 0.98 Gas 9 Sittaung-Thahton 8 22.13 Gas 2003 10 22.77 Gas 10 Thahton-Myainggalay 1994 6 16.70 Gas 11 Ywama-Hmawbi brick factory 1994 6 4.00 Gas 12 Kyaukkwet-Ayadaw 1997 10 44.52 Gas 13 Indaing-Payonsu 1997 14 5.22 Gas 10 58.86 Gas 14 Kanni-Lanywa 1997 14 17.03 Gas 8 6.88 Gas 15 Kyawzwa-Kyaukswegyo 1998 4 0.80 Gas 8 30.31 Oil 16 Letpando-Ayadaw 1998 6 16.70 Oil 14 7.95 Gas 17 Letpando-Kyaukkwet 1998 10 0.75 Gas 18 Apyauk-Pyay 1999 14 90.00 Gas
  • 9. 19 Pyay-Titut 1999 14 37.00 Gas 10 28.08 Gas20 Nyaungdon-Hlaingthaya 2000 8 4.32 Gas21 Titut-Sakha 2000 14 212.76 Gas22 Sakha-Paleik 2000 10 59.67 Gas23 Paleik-Kyaukse CS-1 2000 10 22.40 Gas Kyaukse CS-1 to 2 10 1.83 Gas24 2002 Kyaukse CS-2 to Cement Mill 10 0.30 Gas 6 0.48 Gas25 PLC(TOTAL)-GRS(MOGE) 2001 14 1.67 Gas 20 180.22 Gas26 Kanbauk-Myainggalay 2001 14 0.68 Gas27 Myainggalay cement mill (new) 2001 10 2.26 Gas28 Myainggalay cement mill (old) 2001 14 2.97 Gas29 Thargyitaung-Kamma 2001 10 6.16 Oil30 Thargyitaung-Kamma 2001 10 4.57 Gas31 Nyaungdon-LPG Plant 2001 10 3.22 Gas32 Ayadaw-LPG Plant 2001 10 1.40 Gas33 Myainggalay-Thahton 2002 14 14.2 Gas 10 1.86 Gas34 Nyaungdon-Myogyaung 2002 10 27.18 Gas35 Nyaungdon-Myogyaung-2 2003 10 28.4 Gas36 Sabe-Ayadaw 2003 10 7.345 Gas Total Length 1215.55
  • 10. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines YADANA & YETAGUN
  • 11. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines  Yadana Project  Export Pipeline  Offshore – 36” x 216 miles  Onshore – 36” x 39 miles  DTQ - 525 mmscfd Corrosion Protection System - Complete  Operator – Moattama Transportation Company  Domestic Supply Pipeline  Offshore – 24” x 178 Miles  Onshore – 24” x 93 Miles  Operator – MOGE
  • 12. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines  Yetagun Project  Offshore – 24” x 128 Miles  Onshore – 24” x 42 Miles  DTQ - 460 mmscfd  Operator – Taninthari Pipeline Company  Corrosion Protection System  SCADA System
  • 13. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines SHWE
  • 14. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines  Shwe Project  Offshore Gas Pipeline – 32” x 69 Miles  Onshore Gas Pipeline – 40” x 499 Miles (Only in Myanmar)  DTQ (Initial) – 500 mmscfd  DTQ (2nd Stage) – 1200 mmscfd  The Project is under construction  Operator – South East Asia Pipeline Company  Oil Pipeline  Length – 485.3 Miles (Only in Myanmar Section)  To transport purchased oil from the Middle East and Africa to China and partly in Myanmar Domestic uses.  The project is under construction  South East Asia Pipeline Comapany
  • 15. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas PipelinesZAWTIKA
  • 16. Offshore and Transnational Oil and Gas Pipelines  Zawtika Project  Offshore Pipeline – 28” x 143 Miles  Onshore Pipeline – 28” x 44 Miles  DTQ (Export) – 240 mmscfd  DTQ (Domestic) – 60 mmscfd  Operator – Andaman Transportation Limited  The Project is under construction
  • 17. Current Onshore Pipeline Projects• Replacing Myainggalay – Yangon 20” x 30 Miles• Replacing Kanbauk – Myainggalay 20” 35 Miles• To Install Yenangyaung – Magway 30” x 35 Miles New Line• To Connect Zawtika ZOC – Kanbauk GRS 12” x 3 Miles• To Connect 12” x 5 Mile from Yenangyaung Off- take to Pyay-Sakha 24 in pipeline• To Install 8” x 11 Miles from Belin to Kyaukse• To Install Innywa – Pyay 20” x 65 Miles
  • 18. Current MOGE Pipeline Status Export Pipelines • Well Designed • Maintenance Management System • Corrosion Prevention System • SCADA System • Codes and Standard Domestic Pipelines • Aged • Weak in Design • Poor in Maintenance Management System • Lack of Corrosion Prevention System in Most Lines • No SCADA System Except 24” Yadana-Yangon Line • Weak in Codes and Standards • Weak in Social and Environmental Impact
  • 19. Interests• To Develop Own Pipeline Operation and Maintenance Manual• To Develop Regulations or Internal Policies for Safety of Assets, the Public and Natural Environ• To Upgrade Engineers and Employees• To Establish Autonomous Regulation with Strong Technical Capacity• To Develop Quality Management System• How To Upgrade Current Pipeline in Low Cost
  • 20. THANK YOU! FOR YOUR ATTENTION