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If the international community uses sanctions to target the Myanmar military’s access to natural gas
revenues, the military could potentially retaliate by cutting off natural gas supplies. Currently,
Myanmar (Burma) exports most of its natural gas to Thailand and China, while using a portion of this
gas to supply power to Myanmar military-owned companies and domestic energy production,
including for the city of Yangon. While a disruption or cessation of Myanmar gas exports is unlikely,
even if sanctions halt the revenues from the gas projects, this analysis examines how such a
disruption might affect Thailand’s energy security