Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise
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Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) is a national oil and gas company of Myanmar. It was established in 1963.
MOGE is a partner in the Yadana natural gas pipeline, operated by Total S.A., a French energy group. Other partners in the project include; Chevron Corporation, a United States-based company; PTT, a Thai state-owned oil and gas company. MOGE has a 15% interest in the project; and while the other partners have - Total 31.2% - Chevron 28.3% - PTT 25.5%.
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- Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (Ministry of Energy website)
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