IN their apparent effort to strengthen cooperation in the energy sector, the Russia-Myanmar Association for Friendship and Cooperation led by its President Mr Anatoly Bulochnikov exchanged views on opportunities and issues with the Union Minister for Electric Power and the Union Minister for Energy yesterday.
The delegation met Union Minister for Electric Power U Nyan Tun in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
During their meeting, they talked about successful results in multi-sector as the fruits of Russia-Myanmar cooperation, and Russian contributions to the development of the electric power sector before exchanging views on the opportunity of cooperation for Russian companies in generating electric power employing hydro, solar, wind and thermal energy sources as well as Russian’s opportunities to cooperate with local companies in electric power sector.
Union Minister for Energy U Ko Ko Lwin also received the delegation of the Russia-Myanmar Association for Friendship and Cooperation in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
During the meeting, both sides exchanged views on the development of the energy sector in Myanmar, technical cooperation ininland and offshore petroleum and gas exploration, boosting cooperation between Myanmar and Russia in the energy sector, the opportunity for Russian companies to distribute fuel in Myanmar, technical support for producing fertilizer using charcoal as a raw material, issues about the sixth Russia International Energy Forum, establishing oil and gas pipelines, Seismic works and opportunities for Russian companies to cooperate in petroleum refining. The meetings were also attended by senior officials from the ministries.