Yetagun Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Petronas
  • Country: Myanmar (Burma)
  • Location: Gulf of Martaban, Andaman Sea
  • Production start: 2000
  • Partners: Petronas - 40.9102%, Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE) - 20.4541%, PTTEP - 19.31784%, Nippon Oil - 19.3178%
  • Type: Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:
    • Gas 382 MMSCFD
    • Condensate 9,737 BPD


  • Natural gas produced is supplied to Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT) through a pipeline
  • Condensate, produced along with natural gas, is stored in a Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) system
  • The field has one wellhead platform and one production platform
  • Yetagun is Myanmar’s second largest gas field behind Yadana
  • The Yetagun North development is an extension of the field which is adding a further two platforms


  • Keppel: Conversion of Yetagun FSO, a Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) facility
  • Saipem: Installation of platforms and sealines
  • Thai Nippon Steel Sumikin: Capacity enhancement

Yetagun North

  • Larsen & Toubro: Installation of subsea pipeline at a water depth of 108m and supply of an offshore wellhead platform


  • 1992 - Yetagun Gas Field discovered
  • 1999 - Yetagun B installed
  • 2000 - Yetagun FSO completed
  • 2000 - First Gas from Yetagun Field
  • 2002 - Premier sells it share in the field to PTTEP
  • 2013 - Mitsubishi acquires s stake from Nippon Oil
  • 2013 - Yetagun North contracts awarded



  1. Saipem Fixed Offshore Production Facilities Project References
  2. Thai Nippon Steel Sumikin Engineering Construction Platform
  3. FoundOcean Asia Subsea References
  4. Gustomsc FPSO References
  5. Yetagun Project, PTTEP
  6. First Gas from Yetagun Field
  7. PTTEP invested more in Yetagun Project
  8. Keppel Shipyard nears completion of FPSO conversion for SBM
  9. Mitsubishi Corporation Invests in Yetagun Gas Field Project in Myanmar
  10. Larsen & Toubro awarded an EPCIC contract for Yetagun Field by PETRONAS Carigali

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