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Daewoo Considers Natural Gas Plant in Burma - 2004-08-23


A Burmese newspaper says South Korea's Daewoo conglomerate is waiting to see if additional natural gas reserves are found off Burma before deciding whether to invest in a $3 billion liquefied natural gas plant.

The Myanmar Times quoted the director of Daewoo's Myanmar Exploration and Production (Yang Su-Yeong) as saying if at least 230-billion cubic meters of new gas reserves are found, the company will build the plant.

Daewoo holds a 60 percent stake in Burma's A-1 block off western Rakhine state.

Information for this report is provided by Reuters.

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