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Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE)

 

Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) is the 100% State Owned Enterprise

and is responsible for Upstream Petroleum Sub-sector.

 

 

 

It has four basic responsibilities :

I.

To explore and produce oil and gas by using its own resources.

II.

To supply domestic natural gas by constructing its own pipelines.

III.

To supply the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as a substitute fuel for vehicles.

IV.

To participate in and oversee the  production sharing agreements in cooperation with foreign oil companies.

 

Background History

Before 1963, Myanmar oil industry was operated by foreign oil companies only. Among them Burmah Oil Company (BOC) was the strongest. After BOC was nationalised on January 1, 1963, national oil company was established and since then, oil industry has been under state supervision. Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE), which is current after being changed in 1989, is the successor of People Oil Industry (POI) and Myanma Oil Corporation (MOC).

 

Organizational Setup

Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise is headed by Managing Director and under the supervision of Managing Director, 9 departments and 11 administrative oil and gas fields are formed.

9 departments are:

Organization Chart

11 administrative oil and gas fields are:

  1. Kyaukkwet-Letpando oil and gas field
  2. Thagyitaung-Sabe oil and gas field
  3. Chauk-Lanywa oil and gas field
  4. Yenangyaung oil and gas field
  5. Mann oil and gas field
  6. Htangaing Region oil and gas field
  7. Htaukshabin-Kanni oil and gas field
  8. Pyay oil and gas field
  9. Myanaung-Shwepyitha oil and gas field
  10. Apyauk gas field
  11. Nyaungdon oil and gas field


Current Datasheet

 

1. Employees Over 10,000
2. Daily Average Production (Onshore) about 7500 barrels of Oil.
about 65 Millions cubic feet of gas.
3. Drilling rigs Deep rigs - 4 Nos
Medium rigs - 7 Nos
Shallow rigs - 16 Nos
4. Natural gas pipeline length Miles
5. CNG stations 45 No
6. CNG vehicles 27472 No
7. Domestic natural gas supply Daily average of 250 million cubic feet

 

Blocks

There are altogether 101 blocks for business cooperation with foreign oil companies: 53 onshore and 48 offshore.

 



 

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