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2013 Australasian upstream exploration and licensing review

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Australasian exploration in 2013 dropped to its lowest level in the last ten years. There were 97 conventional exploration and appraisal wells (E&A) drilled 37% fewer than 2012. Drilling success rates remained high at 25% due to the number of near field and onshore successes but discovered volumes totalled only 350 million barrels of oil equivalent the poorest result since the nineties.

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  • Australian 2013 E&A wells by type
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  • Conventional E&A wells by type
  • Conventional E&A wells by shore status
  • CSG E&A wells by year
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