A subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) is looking for new sources of gas in Myanmar to supply the pipeline connecting the two countries, according to China Daily.
Gas is currently delivered from Daewoo International’s fields under a 30-year deal that started in mid-2013.
CNPC is also considering building an LNG terminal at the Made Island oil port in the state of Rakhine, the starting point of the Myanmar-China gas pipeline.
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