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APAC Energy Buzz: Are Japan’s upstream players heading for the exit?

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02 February 2021

APAC Energy Buzz: Are Japan’s upstream players heading for the exit?

Report summary

Japan’s trading houses are re-thinking their long-term E&P strategies. Shrinking domestic oil and gas demand and an accelerating energy transition are shifting investment focus to a range of new growth areas - covering everything from fintech to pork bellies – and challenging traditional upstream businesses for future capital. With rising competition from these new sectors, can upstream still bring home the bacon?

Table of contents

  • Global upstream’s quiet investors
  • Winds of change blowing across Japan’s upstream sector
  • Not all trading houses are equal
  • Can Japan’s trading houses successfully divest?
  • Implications for the wider Japanese E&P sector

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  • Japan’s shrinking demand for oil and gas

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