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Our annual basic subscription to the Myanmar Energy Monitor includes:

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  • 50 issues of the Weekly Myanmar Energy Brief publication, delivered as PDF and/or hard-copy every Thursday evening,

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Our 6-months basic subscription to the Myanmar Energy Monitor includes:

  • Full access for two users to News and Tenders sections on the Myanmar Energy Monitor
  • 25 issues of the Weekly Myanmar Energy Brief publication, delivered as PDF and/or hard-copy every Thursday evening,

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Our annual premium subscription to the Myanmar Energy Monitor includes:

  • Full access for two users to all sections of the website, including news, company profiles, project profiles, tenders and resources
  • 50 issues of the Weekly Myanmar Energy Brief publication, delivered as PDF and/or hard-copy every Thursday evening

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Our 6-months premium subscription to the Myanmar Energy Monitor includes:

  • Full access for two users to all sections of the website, including news, company profiles, project profiles, tenders and resources
  • 25 issues of the Weekly Myanmar Energy Brief publication, delivered as PDF and/or hard-copy every Thursday evening

Logins for additional users can be purchased at $200 per user.

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Myanmar Downstream Review 2019

SUMMARY

Published in August 2019, the Myanmar Downstream Review is the most comprehensive report on the country's refining and fuel sector, which this year has undergone a significant move towards greater private-sector involvement.

It comprises more than 100 pages of analysis, data, company profiles, project profiles, charts, maps and other features.

The report has been researched by FMR's team in Yangon over the first half of 2019, building on information in our Myanmar Energy Monitor service plus additional original research and analysis on the market.

It spans a range of topics, including fuel storage, import and retail, refining facilities and capacity, a region-by-region breakdown of fuel outlets, profiles of operators, 

SAMPLE PACK

Click here to download the Table of Contents and sample pages

HOW TO BUY

The Myanmar Downstream Review costs $995. Subscribers to the Myanmar Energy Monitor can benefit from discounted rates: please contact us for more details.

To buy online using a card, please click the Add to Cart button above

To purchase by other methods, or for more information, please contact Toneya Chin on toneya.chin@frontiermyanmar.com or DD Seng Htoi Aungon dd.aung@frontiermyanmar.com or +959 97554 7927

MARKET OVERVIEW

  • With a projected 7% average annual growth rate in fuel consumption, Myanmar's retail fuel market and broader downstream energy sector should provide foreign investors with an array of opportunities as the country continues to face sizable deficits between demand and domestic fuel production, midstream infrastructure and retail fuel station stock.
  • As of July 2019, there are over 2,500 licenced retail fuel stations across Myanmar. Retail fuel station stock has increased by roughly 30% since January 2017 and over 800% since 2010, according to our research, with demand driven by increased car ownership, an uptick in logistics demand and further market liberalisation.
  • Mandalay Region continues to be the administrative division with the most retail fuel stations, at around 25% of the nationwide total. This dominance is due to a number of factors, including the region’s relative wealth, central location and abundance of land. Yangon, the country’s wealthiest division, faces a severe shortage of available land for fuel stations and has relatively fewer outlets.
  • The door to foreign investor participation in the fuel market opened in H1 2017, though foreign players were initially slow to move. This changed in March 2019, when Singapore Petroleum Company (SPC), a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), acquired a 35% stake in local conglomerate Shwe Taung's retail fuel business. Since then, Thai energy giant PTT and South Korean downstream company SK Energy finalised similar deals with the retail fuel business units of KBZ Group and Best Oil Company, respectively.
  • A handful of other foreign players - such as Total, Shell and Puma - have assessed possible entries into Myanmar’s retail fuel market, predominantly through deals similar to the three deals inked between March and July 2019. However, further transactions have yet to materialise due in part to investor concerns over land acquisition, partnership structures and constraints faced in due diligence processes.
  • To accommodate a continuing surge in demand, nine large-scale fuel import and storage terminals are either under construction or proposed for Yangon Region alone, while additional fuel import and storage facilities are planned for other divisions such as Ayeyarwady Region and Mandalay Region. FMR estimates all of these projects to come online within the next five years. Moreover, a number of proposed special economic zone projects and deep-sea ports along Myanmar's coastline are slated to comprise significant fuel import and storage facilities
  • Myanmar's nascent refining industry will require significant local and foreign investment in both brownfield and greenfield refinery projects, as production at Myanmar's two operational state-owned refineries only meets about 5% of national demand at present. Multiple Japanese, Chinese and South Korean investors have expressed interest in either upgrading existing state-owned refineries or developing mega refineries, though no project to date has received the green-light from Myanmar authorities.

ABOUT FMR

FMR is Myanmar’s leading business information and advisory company. Established in 2014, our experience spans multiple sectors including energy, finance, real estate, construction, transport, industry, infrastructure, e-commerce and retail.
 
We produce a range of customised and subscription-based research and advisory services, taking a bottom-up approach that uses primary information gathered by our full-time staff in Yangon. Our team includes Myanmar and international consultants with a variety of backgrounds.
 
Thanks to our continuous on-the-ground presence in Myanmar over the past five years, FMR draws on an extensive network of contacts across different industries, plus a unique in-house archive of datasets and information. Our clients include private-sector companies across various sectors, plus advisers, law firms, banks, investors, IFIs, embassies and other organisations.
 
We operate four subscription services: the Myanmar Energy Monitor, the Myanmar Real Estate and Construction Monitor, the Myanmar Transport Infrastructure Monitor, and the Myanmar Financial Services Monitor.
 
For more information please visit our site at www.frontiermyanmar.com
 
CONTACTS
 
Jordan Zele
Country Director
jordan.zele@frontiermyanmar.com
+959 97942 0841
 
DD Seng Htoi Aung
Business Development Executive
dd.aung@frontiermyanmar.com
+959 97554 7927
 
 
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