YANGON, Myanmar, January 15, 2013 — King & Spalding partners Dan Rogers and Merrick White will conduct a workshop on how to develop domestic and export gas projects at the Myanmar Upstream Summit 2013 in Yangon, Myanmar, on March 6. The event is sponsored by CWC Group and Parami Energy with the support of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
In their workshop, Rogers and White will address how to:
- Evaluate the structuring of domestic and cross-border gas pipeline projects and assessing the inter-governmental issues that arise through cross-border projects
- Uncover potential issues with domestic and export gas sales agreements
- Assess pipeline construction contracts, network codes and potential inter-connection/system entry agreements and issues
- Reveal the strategy to ensure a financeable project
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Singapore-based Rogers and White are partners in King & Spalding’s global transactions practice. Rogers focuses on energy-related infrastructure development and finance, commodities marketing and trading, and transportation projects and transactions, including oil and gas, liquefied natural gas, compressed natural gas, petrochemicals, power, water, renewable energy and shipping projects. White specializes in global oil, gas, liquefied natural gas, refining and petrochemical project development. In addition to his legal qualifications, he is also a chartered chemical engineer.
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