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Block Map of Myanmar

MOGE Aggressive
Exploration Programme

♣ To explore & produce oil and


gas in onshore areas for 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 SUSPENDED
SHWE 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 and
Natural Gas Reserves

Proved Recoverable
Petroleum Reserves
(as at 1-4-2008)

Location Crude Natural


Oil Gas
(MMBBL) (TSCF)

Onshore 112.325 0.46

Offshore 100.892 17.00


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 30 (Onshore) Exploration
PSC 26 (Offshore) Areas

IOR / PCC 7 (Onshore) Improved


Oil Recovery

RSF 10 (Onshore) Marginal Field


Development
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Total 47 Blocks (Onshore)
26 Blocks (Offshore-Shallow Water)
18 Blocks (Offshore-Deep Water)
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OTHER OIL COMPANIES
ACTIVITIES
Current Onshore Activities by Companies
Company (Operator) Block/Area

MPRL (Myanmar) MOGE-2(N) (Mann Field)


Goldpetrol (Indonesia) MOGE-1 (Yenangyaung
Field)
IOR-2 (Chauk Field)
FEL (Hongkong) MOGE-2(S) (Htaukshabin
Field)
Chinnery Assets Ltd(China) IOR-4 (Pyay Field)
CNOOC (China) PSC-M (Kyaukphyu)
PSC-C1 (Indaw)
PSC-C2 (Shwebo-
Monywa)
SINOPEC (China) PSC-D (Mahudaung)
ESSAR Group (India) PSC-L (Sittway)
SILVERWAVE ENERGY B-2 (Zebyutaung-
SILVERWAVE SPUTNIK Nandaw)

NOTE : In onshore area, 11 contracts have


been signed with 8 foreign companies. The
other onshore blocks are kept reserve for
MOGE.
Current Offshore Activities by Companies
COMPANIES (Operator) BLOCKS

TOTAL M-5, M-6 (Yadana)


PETRONAS Carigali M-12, M-13, M-14
(Yetagun)
DAEWOO A-1 (Shwe), A-3, AD-7
PTTEP M-3, M-4, M-7, M-9, M-11
CNOOC A-4, M-10
ESSAR A-2
ZERUBEZHNEFT M-8
DANFORD EQUITIES YEB
MPRL E&P A-6
SILVERWAVE ENERGY A-7
UNOG M-1
CNPC AD-1, AD-6, AD-8
ONGC AD-2, AD-3, AD-9

In the offshore area, 27 contracts have been signed


with 13 foreign companies.
6 shallow water blocks are available for exploration
& development and 11 new deep water blocks are
open for new investors.
Major Offshore Projects
in
Myanmar Offshore
YADANA GAS PROJECT SUMMARY
LOCATION : MOATTAMA OFFSHORE
BLOCKS : M-5 / M-6
SELLERS : TOTAL 31.24 %
UNOCAL 28.26 %
PTTEP 25.50 %
MOGE 15.00 %
BUYER : PTT Plc
RESERVES : 6.5 TCF
EXPORT DCQ : 525 MMCFD / 565 MMCFD
DOMESTIC GAS : 125 MMCFD
OFFSHORE 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 PLATFORM
ONSHORE FACILITIES : PIPELINE CENTER
METERING STATION
PIPELINES : 216 MILES 36” PIPELINE ( OFFSHORE )
39 MILES 36” PIPELINE ( ONSHORE )
START OF GAS EXPORT : 1998
PROJECT COST : 1200 MM$
YETAGUN GAS PROJECT SUMMARY
LOCATION : TANINTHARYI OFFSHORE
BLOCKS : M-12 / M-13 / M-14
SELLERS : PETRONAS 40.75 %
NIPPON 19.40 %
PTTEP 19.40 %
MOGE 20.45 %
BUYER : PTT Plc
RESERVES : 4.16 TCF
EXPORT DCQ : 200 / 260 / 400 MMCFD
( ABOUT 30 BL CONDENSATE / MMCF )
OFFSHORE FACILITIES : DRILLING PLATFORM ( 6 WELLS +4
ADDITIONAL)
PRODUCTION PLATFORM
FSO
ONSHORE FACILITIES : PIPELINE CENTER
METERING STATION
PIPELINES : 126 MILES 24” PIPELINE ( OFFSHORE )
42 MILES 24” PIPELINE ( ONSHORE )
START OF GAS EXPORT : 2000
PROJECT COST : ABOUT 700 MM$
Current Offshore Activities
Block A-1 and A-3 Prospects

Shwe Nilar 1

Shwe Nilar 2

Shwe Discovery

Shwe Phyu Discovery

Shwe Nilar Prospect

Ngwe North Prospect

Mya Discovery
Block A-3 (Mya Discovery)
Block A-3
RESERVES : 1.5 ~ 3.9 TCF
Options for Blocks A-1 & A-3 Gas Utilization
Possible Pipeline routes
1. Pipe gas to neighboring
countries
(option 1,2,3 & 4)
2. LNG 3
2
3. Special Economic Zone
(SEZ gas base) at nearby 1

landfall
4
Prospects & Lead
DRILLING PROGRAMME IN BLOCK BLOCKS
A-3 A-3, MYANMAR
‰ 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


Location map of Prospects in Block M-9

The second drilling campaign focused only on M9 to evaluate HC potential in


three areas, M9W, M9C and M9NE with the encouraging drilling plan of 7 wells
by end 2007.
Zatila # 1 drilled in western part of Block M-9 discovered and some amount of
condensate and gas.
MOGE OTHER ACTIVITIES
NATURAL GAS MARKET

¾ About 1660 miles of gas pipeline


were constructed in onshore by
MOGE pipeline team.

¾ 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.
™ As at May 2008 :
- 44 CNG Refueling Stations in Myanmar-
- 39 in Yangon City
- 2 in Mandalay City
(39)
- 2 in Yenangyaung Field
- 1 in Chauk Field
- 20,761 NGVs (Converted from both
petrol / diesel cars
™ Future : CNG Refueling Stations will be installed
along the existing domestic pipeline corridor.
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CNG / NGV STATIONS
IN YANGON

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Regional Cooperation
™ Myanmar in Regional Co-operation Programme
Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline (TAGP)
MYANMA
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Myanmar contribute to certain extent the energy supply requirements


of ASEAN, BIMSTEC, GMS and ACMECS in terms of natural gas.
Investment Opportunities
in Petroleum Exploration Sector
in Myanmar
Newly Demarcated Deep
Water Blocks

- Rakhine Offshore Area


10 Blocks ( AD-1 to AD-10 )

- Moattama/Tanintharyi
Offshore Area
8 Blocks ( MD-1 to MD-8 )

- Yetagun East Block (YEB)

OPEN OFFSHORE BLOCKS

- Shallow Water Open Blocks : A-5, M-2,


M-15, M-16,
M-17, M-18
- Newly Open Deep Water Blocks : 18 Blocks
Deep Water Blocks
Rakhine 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 Depth
No. 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


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.