Thailand’s PTTEP is seeking to a replace a gas pipeline at the Zawtika project offshore Myanmar, according to The Myanmar Times.
The pipeline has deteriorated and is no longer able to supply the domestic gas quota of 2.83 million cubic metres per day.
Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise is liable for the cost of the replacement, but PTTEP will conduct the work, which will take around two years.
Gas was first discovered at Zawtika in 2007 and production started in 2014. It...