2013 in review - a year of landmarks in the Caspian

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10 January 2014

2013 in review - a year of landmarks in the Caspian

Report summary

An eventful 2013 has set the stage for a crucial period for the upstream sector in the Caspian.  First production was achieved from the Kashagan (Kazakhstan) and Galkynysh (Turkmenistan) mega-projects, whilst the Final Investment Decision (FID) was taken for Shah Deniz Phase Two (Azerbaijan).  These fields will underpin future oil and gas production and export growth from the three countries.  However, uncertainties persist, with Kashagan currently shut-in after a gas leak in October.

Table of contents

    • China consolidates its regional position
    • Europe’s Southern Corridor moves closer to reality
    • Kazakhstan
    • Azerbaijan
    • Turkmenistan
    • Short-term delays to CPC expansion
    • The Kazakhstan-China oil pipeline comes of age
    • Kazakhstan’s gasification programme takes a major step
    • Limited progress on TAPI
  • Licensing
    • Positive news for the Caspian rig fleet
  • Smaller-scale M&A activity on the rise
  • A mixed year for the Kazakhstan business environment
  • A year that set the scene
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Appendix C

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Licence Awards in 2013
  • Completed and pending asset deals in 2013
  • 2013 in review - a year of landmarks in the Caspian: Table 3
  • Caspian region liquids production, 2010-2018 ('000 b/d)
  • YoY production change (%) in key regional fields, 2011-2013

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