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30
Nov
2018
PFI: “Myanmar Reforms Sparks Major Projects Pipeline”
Myanmar is undertaking a series of reforms, both in terms of laws and policies, that strengthen the country’s attractiveness for energy and infrastructure projects.
31
Oct
2018
Energy and Infrastructure Market: Our Latest Insights (VDB Loi Insights)
      HIGHLIGHT OF THIS MONTH From our Energy and Infrastructure Team Energy and Infrastructure Market: Our Latest Insights Myanmar is undertaking a series of reforms, both in terms of laws and policies, that strengthen the country’s attractiveness for energy and infrastructure projects. Many of these reforms, although they are crucial, are not widely […]
31
Oct
2018
Energy and Infrastructure Market: Our Latest Insights
Myanmar is undertaking a series of reforms, both in terms of laws and policies, that strengthen the country’s attractiveness for energy and infrastructure projects. Many of these reforms, although they are crucial, are not widely known outside of Myanmar. Highlights of this note Major Projects in the Pipeline Reform of the Project Procurement Process: the […]
31
Aug
2018
Ministry issues notice to proceed for Deedoke hydro project
The Ministry of Electricity and Energy has issued a notice to proceed to the developers of the 60-megawatt Deedoke hydropower project in Mandalay Region. Ministry officials signed the notice with the developers – Andritz of Austria, Kansai of Japan and High Tech Construction Trust, which is a subsidiary of Myanmar’s Shwe Taung Group – at […]
30
Apr
2018
How to Acquire Myanmar Port Terminal (VDB Loi Insights This Month)
Although others forms also exist, most port terminals with private interests in Myanmar are “Landlord Ports”. That is to say, the port is leased to the private sector for it to operate the port services, for which it invests capital – generally through a concession.
30
Apr
2018
Acquiring a Port Terminal Project in Myanmar
Although others forms also exist, most port terminals with private interests in Myanmar are “Landlord Ports”. That is to say, the port is leased to the private sector for it to operate the port services, for which it invests capital – generally through a concession. Highlights What are the assets of a Target in the […]
28
Feb
2018
Japanese investors try to catch up in Myanmar energy investments
Despite their high profile presence in Myanmar, there are relatively few Japanese invested energy projects slated as a priority project in Myanmar. For example, the four recently announced LNG/Gas to Power projects which received approval from the Government have no Japanese investors at this stage. This was one of the issues discussed at a recent […]
28
Feb
2018
Four Things to Wonder About Myanmar’s Four LNG/Gas to Power Projects
On 30 January 2018 the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) held a ceremony in NayPyiTaw to sign four so-called “Notices to Proceed”, each one for a planned LNG or Gas to Power project, in total nearly 3,000 MW. Highlights Highlights of this note What is a Notice to Proceed? Why a Notice To Proceed […]
31
Jan
2018
Myanmar Somewhat Unexpectedly Signs 4 Major LNG/Gas-to-Power Projects
The Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) has yesterday approved 4 large gas/LNG to power projects. The MOEE is using a new approval instrument which they call the “Notice to Proceed” (NTP). Highlights of this note Total & Siemens consortium at Kanbauk in Taninthary Region Ayeyarwady Region LNG to Power project TTCL’s LNG to power […]
31
Jan
2018
From “MOA” to “NTP”: How Myanmar is Streamlining the Power Project Approval Process
Highlights of this note What is causing delays? But it is also a question of focus How do we fix this? Was the MOA abolished? MOEE and EPGE both sign the PPA? Draft and negotiate the MOA or the NTP and the PPA at the same time? Standardize the all power documents? Create an Inter-Ministerial […]
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