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Martaban

Gulf of. an inlet of the Bay of Bengal in Myanmar
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1 billion to develop new gas deposits in the Gulf of Martaban.
Since the above was written we learn that the Cholera has extended to Martaban where the mortality has been comparatively equal to what has taken place here.
signed a production sharing contract for block M-1 in the Mottama offshore area in the Gulf of Martaban, the New Light of Myanmar reported.
Myanmar possess two major natural gas fields, one in the Bay of Bengal with an estimated reserve of up to 396 billion cubic meters and the other in the Gulf of Martaban with a reserve of 275 billion cubic meters.
Lun Thi and Thai Energy Minister Prommin Lertsuridej on Saturday, officials of the two countries signed production-sharing contracts for exploitation of oil and natural gas at blocks M-3 and M-4 in the Gulf of Martaban by the state-run Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise and PTTEP, the New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported Sunday.
Moulmein, across the Gulf of Martaban, has been called the most beautiful town in Myanmar.
As everybody has noticed, there is no part of Burma from which the "dawn comes up like thunder out of China `crost the bay"--certainly not Moulmein, which is on the east coast of the Martaban Gulf.
The Joseph's study of the Ayeyarwady comprised several journeys lasting between one and three months, photographing the seasonal changes in the river and the lifestyles of the people whose lives are centred on the river, from the confluence of the Mali Hka and the N'mai Hka, 45 kilometres north of Myitkyina, southwards as the river bisects the country to the Gulf of Martaban where the massive nine-pronged delta sludges into the sea.
Unocal and Total's discovery of natural gas off the Gulf of Martaban promises to provide a new revenue stream for the generals.
The $10m deal is for 11 firm wells with options for further wells and operations are due to begin at Zawtika Field in Martaban Gulf by June.
They formed trading colonies along the coast of the Gulf of Martaban all the way to Borneo in today's Indonesia.
Officials from state-owned Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise and representatives of the consortium signed production-sharing contracts Tuesday for the exploitation in block C-1 (Indaw-Yenan region) and C-2 (Shwebo-Monywa region) in central Myanmar and in block M-2 in the Gulf of Martaban, the New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported.