Asia Pacific upstream: 5 things to look for in 2024

Predictions for the year ahead

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Jasman Adam Leong

Senior Research Analyst, Southeast Asia Upstream

Jasman specialises in analysing upstream activities and trends in Southeast Asia, with a focus on Malaysia.

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Luke Simpson

Research Analyst, Australasia Upstream

Luke focuses on analysis of upstream project economics and greenhouse gas emissions across Australasia.

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Golak Patnaik

Principal Analyst, Asia Pacific Upstream

Golak has more than 20 years of experience in the upstream oil & gas industry.

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What's inside this year's report?

Asia Pacific is gearing up for an eventful year ahead in 2024. The challenge is balancing its ever-growing appetite for gas with the prioritisation of its own resources alongside emissions reduction. 

Powered by Lens Upstream, in this report we examine five key themes that we believe will define 2024, including:

  • Exploration: what are the key wells and license rounds to watch?
  • Project sanctions: can the region bounce back from an FID-light 2023 and see progress at its many much-delayed giant gas projects?
  • Regulatory and fiscal: legal activism in Australia takes the front page, but what changes could 2024 elections across the region bring? 
  • And more. 

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