South Asia

south asia Rapid development and plans to extend energy availability raise a number of opportunities and challenges in South Asia, with growth of gas and LNG supply and imports playing a key role increasing energy supply together with growing renewables, and in some countries coal and nuclear power generation. Key issues in South Asia include securing investment in infrastructure, improving legislative and regulatory structures, developing effective markets, and pricing reform.

MJMEnergy has extensive experience in South Asia, particularly in Pakistan, but also in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar, providing advice on gas market restructuring, LNG imports, third party access and network codes, infrastructure development and regulation.

Energy Projects

Below you will find examples of some of the consultancy, training or publishing work that we have carried out in South Asia. If you want to explore how we can help you talk to us.

Consultancy Projects:

The following titles are examples of some of the energy consultancy projects that we have carried out in this region. (Clicking the title will provide more information.)

  • Pakistan Gas Sector Restructuring (World Bank)
  • Pakistan Gas Sector Restructuring (World Bank)

    MJMEnergy and ECA jointly worked on this project on behalf the World Bank to provide recommendations for a suitable gas sector structure to ensure the financial viability of the sector, the introduction of higher cost LNG imports, the development of transmission system expansion and private sector participation.

    In particular, MJMEnergy focussed on gas transmission networks, its costing, configuration and capacity.

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  • Myanmar LNG Import Project
  • Myanmar LNG Import Project

    In order to meet the shortfall between gas supply and demand in Myanmar, the Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE), considered a number of possible options for sites to facilitate LNG imports. MJMEnergy in conjunction with PEC, ECA, Drennan Marine and DCMetocean, led the project team that examined three possible LNG sites in Myanmar.

    In addition the Project Team developed a site prioritisation tool and reviewed the possibility of gas swaps. The work was sponsored by the World Bank on behalf of MOGE.

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  • Pakistan Provision of Advice for the Purchase of RLNG/LNG
  • Pakistan Provision of Advice for the Purchase of RLNG/LNG

    MJMEnergy, working in in conjunction with QED advised SSGC and SNGC in respect of the procurement of RLNG and/or LNG. In particular, the development and management of an international tender process for the selection of RLNG/LNG suppliers and the negotiation of supply agreements.

    MJMEnergy provided technical support (with specific responsibility for gas transmission), review and comments on tender documents, and review of gas transmission connections, metering and technical standards.

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  • Pakistan LNG Import Fast Track Project
  • Pakistan LNG Import Fast Track Project

    The purpose of this project was to provide support to SSGC and the Government of Pakistan (MPNR) in order to facilitate the importation of LNG into Pakistan. This involved writing the original tender, reviewing the bids and supporting the GOP in the technical and commercial negotiations.

    MJMEnergy were technical and commercial advisors, working alongside QED.

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  • Pakistan Network Code Support
  • Pakistan Network Code Support

    MJMEnergy working on behalf of the World Bank and the Government of Pakistan, assisted in the development of the Pakistan Network Code. This included guiding the process of drafting the code text, working with government, regulatory and industry stakeholders to explain and refine the text, through a series of industry workshops, as well as assisting the regulator, OGRA, in the development of licences and other associated regulation.

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Training and Capacity Building:

The following are examples of some of the energy training and capacity building that we have carried out in this region. (Clicking the title will provide more information.)

  • Bangladesh gas transmission capacity building for GTCL
  • Bangladesh gas transmission capacity building for GTCL

    In conjunction with PPA Energy, MJMEnergy provided a technical and commercial training program that worked with senior managers and executives in gas transmission, operation, maintenance and safety. Key areas covered included:

    • Maintaining gas networks (schedules, standards and staffing)
    • Operating gas networks (Daily operations, pipelines, safety etc.)
    • Commercial operations (GTA, Network Codes, contracts and tariffs)

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  • Global LNG
  • Global LNG

    During the course of the day we will study US, European and Asian pricing methodology, and take a look at traditional pricing structures and shifting trends. The expansion of LNG interest and the evolution of LNG pricing worldwide is explained with a look at the future prospects.
    The next public course date is:

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  • LNG Economics and Markets
  • LNG Economics and Markets

    Understanding the costs and value of LNG is crucial to optimising LNG operations and purchasing in changing markets. This three-day course offers helpful insight, useful case studies and practical exercises.

    Day 1: An introduction to the LNG business and economics.

    Day 2: Making and delivering LNG: costs and projects.

    Day 3: Extracting value: regasification, the long-term and short-term markets.

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  • LNG Supply Workshop
  • LNG Supply Workshop

    The LNG supply industry is rapidly developing with new technology, supplies and contractual arrangements. Drawing on MJMEnergy's comprehensive, recently published LNG Supply Handbook, the LNG Supply Outlook Workshop provides an insightful, high-level, summary of LNG supply developments and forecasts from the short-term to 2035.

    This half-day workshop will cover the following, although you may request variations:

    • LNG today
    • Current and future trends in LNG supply
    • LNG demand outlook
    • Key country profiles and forecasts
    • World LNG supply outlook

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  • 21st Century Regulation
  • 21st Century Regulation

    Course Description

    This three-day course has been specifically developed in order to explain both the background and practice of gas market regulation as well as providing suitable tools and intellectual and practical frameworks for parties involved in 21st Century gas regulation.

    Understanding and applying regulation to gas markets is a crucial skill as energy market liberalisation gathers pace around the world.

    Day One:

    The purpose of this first day is to provide you with a solid academic theoretical and historical basis to energy market regulation, drawing on the experience of European and North American energy markets in particular.

    Day Two:

    The purpose of this second day, building on regulatory economic theory, is to provide a series of practical examples of how regulation is undertaken in the real world. This will be achieved firstly with a series of sessions on specific regulatory issues followed by a number of case studies.

    Day Three:

    The purpose of this third day is to build on both economic theory and practical application in order to provide you with useful tools and approaches that you can apply to your own particular regulatory environment, whether you are a regulator, the regulated, or a participant in a regulated market.

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  • Ofgem Gas Technical Basics/Advanced
  • Ofgem Gas Technical Basics/Advanced

    We designed a Gas Basic and Gas Advanced course for Ofgem to provide a greater understanding of the operation of the gas supply system for their non-engineers as well as perspectives on commercial gas issues.

    An extensive handbook to go with each course and a precourse online questionnaire to help staff know which level they required was also provided.

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  • Gas Storage Course
  • Gas Storage Course

    We will explain the need to store gas and look at the different types of storage facilities available. You will gain an understanding of how to buy storage capacity, trade gas using storage, and the whole economics of gas storage. You will look at how to build storage, examine a case study and explore the future of storage.

    The course covers:

    • Why store gas?
    • Types of gas storage facilities
    • How storage is sold
    • Storage economics
    • Building gas storage
    • A case study of a current storage project
    • The future of gas storage

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  • Framework Agreement with IGEM for the Provision of Technical Training
  • The IGEM Academy

    Over the last few years MJMEnergy has worked closely with IGEM to prepare and deliver technical training for engineers, both in the UK and overseas. Typical examples have included the following:

    • Introduction to the UK gas industry and its market.
    • Asset integrity management.
    • TGas market safety, legislation and regulation.
    • Engineering ethics – doing the right thing.
    • Safety, risk & reliability management.
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  • Training Games, Exercises and Simulations
  • Training Games, Exercises and Simulations

    Designed to introduce you to real-life circumstances in which you can make successful choices based on learnt skills, our games and exercises cover a wide variety of areas. For more advanced experiences we have developed exercises that set the scene with realistic management and technical information enabling players to engage with the subject in a serious yet safe environment.

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  • Energy Markets Course
  • Energy Markets Course

    This three day course provides a thorough understanding of the dynamics of the gas and power industry. The main focus being: physical gas and electricity systems, commercial energy markets and energy trading.

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  • Global Oil Market
  • Global Oil Market

    You will learn about the charactaristics of oil, how the terms upstream, midstream and downstream relate to this industry, what makes the price of oil and how it is traded.

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Energy Publishing:

The following titles are examples of energy reports that we have written, published or sell and are included to complement this section. Feel free to click on the titles for more information.

  • LNG in Transportation
  • LNG in Transportation

    LNG in Transportation

    This report explores the role of LNG in marine, road and rail transport and is divided into three parts:
    1) Technology and drivers for LNG as a transport fuel.
    2) Growth projections for LNG as a transport fuel.
    3) Data on LNG as a transport fuel.

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  • LNG Supply Handbook
  • LNG Supply Handbook

    LNG Supply Handbook

    This report containing 28 in-depth country profiles framed within a detailed analysis of the global LNG market and its developing trends and drivers will provide strategists, decision makers, policy makers and analysts - amongst others - with the perfect resource to ensure you are well-informed.

    The 28 existing and potential exporting countries examined are:
    Algeria | Angola | Australia | Brazil | Brunei | Cameroon | Canada | Colombia | Egypt | Equatorial Guinea | Indonesia | Iran | Israel | Libya | Malaysia | Mozambique | Nigeria | Norway | Oman | Papua New Guinea | Peru | Qatar | Russia | Tanzania | Trinidad & Tobago | United Arab Emirates | United States of America | Yemen.

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  • LNG Supply Handbook Country Chapters
  • LNG Supply Handbook Country Chapters

    This report provides the background chapters as well as the profile for the country you have selected. Framed within a detailed analysis of the global LNG market and its developing trends and drivers it will provide strategists, decision makers, policy makers and analysts - amongst others - with the perfect resource to ensure you are well-informed.

    Country profile of country of your choice from one of the following:

    Algeria | Angola | Australia | Brazil | Brunei | Cameroon | Canada | Colombia | Egypt | Equatorial Guinea | Indonesia | Iran | Israel | Libya | Malaysia | Mozambique | Nigeria | Norway | Oman | Papua New Guinea | Peru | Qatar | Russia | Tanzania | Trinidad & Tobago | United Arab Emirates | United States of America | Yemen.

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  • The Oil Trading Manual
  • The Oil Trading Manual

    Edited by MJMEnergy associate David Long, the Oil Trading Manual (OTM) provided a unique and comprehensive reference source to the structure and conduct of the international oil markets including:

    • Physical characteristics and refining
    • Oil pricing arrangements
    • Physical oil markets
    • Forward and futures contracts
    • Options and swaps
    • Operations and logistics
    • Accounting and taxation
    • Controlling financial risk
    • Legal and regulatory control

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Key staff and associates:

  • Mike Madden
  • Chris Le Fevre
  • David Long
  • Nick White
  • Duncan Jack
  • Jeremy Bending