Energy & Infrastructure


Historically Myanmar had a lowest energy consumption per capita in Asia, in last 5 years there is an high demand & have attracted huge foreign investment in this sector.


The lack of (soft and hard) infrastructure is significantly impeding Myanmar’s development, and reducing Myanmar’s attractiveness for foreign investment. In Myanmar, citizens do not have adequate access to basic infrastructures and services, such as electricity, transportation, and communication. The national transport network (road and railway) of Myanmar is outdated.


The Myanmar energy sector require an investment of 30 to 40 billion US$ in coming 15 to 20 years, undoubtedly energy sector will play a key role in the success story of Myanmar.

Historically Myanmar had a lowest energy consumption per capita in Asia, in last 5 years there is an high demand & have attracted huge foreign investment in this sector. The Myanmar energy sector require an investment of 30 to40 billion US$ in coming 15 to 20 years, undoubtedly energy sector will play a key role in the success story of Myanmar.

India is third largest energy consumption country in the world after US and China, India is second coal consumer in the year 2015 and rank 3rd in oil consumption, India has mastered in generating energy through coal and also one of the largest producer of coal in the world, hence we have adequate talent, skill, technology and experience available to compliment and support any neighboring country in this sector.

Myanmar spanning a vital geographical area and sharing boarders with India, China, Thailand, Bangladesh and Laos. Myanmar is poised to see its transport and logistic sectors to post double digit growth in coming years, surging air passenger and trade volumes and urbanization, thus the government needs to provide adequate connectivity by road, rail & water. Myanmar has set its sights on attracting 140 billion $ through foreign investments & majority investments are focused towards developing infrastructure.

India historically holds the largest rail connectivity in the world. India is also the third largest road connectivity in the world India’s road network which is stretched around 5 million kilometers, undoubtedly India holds a huge experience and expertise in this sector.