Tag archive for ‘MOGE’
By AOW On Monday, March 21st, 2016

New Report: Decentralization of Natural Resource Management Key to Ending the Conflict and ‘Resource Curse’ in Myanmar

Press Release: EMBARGOED FOR MARCH 22, 2016 New Report: Decentralization of Natural Resource Management Key to Ending the Conflict and ‘Resource Curse’ in Myanmar In a report launched today, Arakan Oil Watch More...

View of Total headquarters outside Paris, Wednesday March 11, 2009. French oil giant Total SA said Tuesday March 11, 2009 it plans to cut 555 jobs from its refining and petrochemical operations in France over the next three years as it adapts production to falling oil consumption. Some unions have criticized the job losses because they come at the same time as Total has reported record profits. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)/FRANCE_TOTAL_JOBS_XPAR102/0903111420
By AOW On Friday, December 18th, 2015

Total invests US$800 million in LCB Ruby Project to maintain Yadana natural gas project beyond 2020

The LCB Ruby Project, located beside the Yadana natural gas project site, aims to produce natural gas when the Yadana project expires. The France-based Total Co is implementing three new gas projects, with as much More...

By AOW On Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

Oil giants launch Myanmar exploration

International oil companies are kicking off exploration activities in Myanmar offshore, after completing environmental and social impact assessment surveys. Global oil giants are beginning to launch 2D and 3D seismic More...

By AOW On Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Myanmar Oil Veteran Rebuffs Suu Kyi as Shell, Chevron Weigh Bids

The former head of Myanmar’s state- owned oil company defended it against criticism from Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi as U.S. explorers scout the country’s oil and gas blocks for the first time since 1997. Myanma More...

By AOW On Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

A study of abundance: major onshore and offshore oil and gas fields in Myanmar

As the demand for oil and gas soars, Myanmar has been trying to catch up by exploring new areas and taking a closer look at old fields. The government is also working together with foreign oil companies to increase More...