The Malay Basin is a major sedimentary depocentre located off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
Recent exploration has focused on mature shelf areas where geology is well understood. Low-risk, infrastructure-led drilling programmes are prevalent, underpinning high success rates. Average discovery sizes are typically < 10 mmboe.
Nearly all discovered gas is sold into the domestic market, where PETRONAS controls a monopoly on the purchase of gas, keeping prices low. Despite this, future oil and gas discoveries can leverage existing infrastructure for low cost development solutions (including ERD and sub-sea tieback) to create value.
This Exploration Basin report provides a detailed analysis of exploration performance and future potential, including location maps and details on costs, licensing and fiscal terms. We model prospect and play economics and forecast yet-to-find volume.
This report is accompanied by excel downloads which detail costs, volumes and value.
This report includes 2 file(s)
- Malaysia Malay exploration basin PDF - 558.79 KB 21 Pages, 14 Tables, 17 Figures
- Malaysia Malay Exploration Basin.zip ZIP - 3.83 MB