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2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review

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Australasian exploration in 2012 fell to its second lowest level in the last ten years although the success rate of 42% was the highest since 2009. There were 108 conventional exploration and appraisal (E&A) wells drilled down 17% from 2011. Just over half a billion barrels of oil equivalent was discovered an 80% fall from the peak volume discovered in 2009. There was a 40% reduction in offshore drilling.

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This report includes 15 images and tables including:

Images

  • Conventional E&A wells by type
  • Conventional E&A wells by shore status
  • Conventional E&A wells by operator
  • 2013 wells to watch
  • Exploration licences awarded by country
  • Exploration licences awarded by basin
  • 2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review: Image 9
  • CSG E&A wells by year
  • Tight reservoir E&A wells by year

Tables

  • 2012 exploration licence awards - Australia
  • 2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review: Table 2
  • 2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review: Table 3
  • 2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review: Table 4
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  • 2012 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review: Table 6

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