After the crash – what’s changed in Asia Pacific upstream?

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15 June 2020

After the crash – what’s changed in Asia Pacific upstream?

Report summary

The impact of the oil price crash on Asia Pacific has been immediate. Despite the region's growing focus on gas, lower oil prices have smashed through all countries and resource themes. Operators have acted swiftly to re-work plans, and so have we. By remodelling our underlying asset models to reflect severe cuts to near-term investment and production, we \assess the impact on upstream sector across Asia Pacific via our Lens Upstream dataset: - How has the deferral of key pre-FID LNG projects in Australia and lower Asian NOC spending impacted upstream investment? - 2020 production is down over 500 kboe/d, but how does the impact develop through the rest of the decade? - How does a revised long-term Brent price assumption impact portfolio valuations across the region? - NOCs will bear the brunt of lower upstream cash flows, but will governments prioritise near-term oil and gas revenues over industry stimulus in the wake of the coronavirus?

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  • Executive summary
  • What's changed in Asia Pacific?

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