Asia-Pacific upstream: 5 things to look for in 2019

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Will Asia 's upstream sector finally emerge from the downturn in 2019? Despite some regional pockets of optimism in 2018, there's still a sense that recovery has yet to fully take hold in Asia-Pacific. However, rising demand, new exploration activity and a refresh of government policy should bring renewed confidence in the year ahead Five themes will signpost the recovery in 2019: - Drillers will return to high-impact exploration, with a focus on gas - A year of fewer major project start-ups and new investment decisions - A fast start for M&A activity, particularly in Southeast Asia - China gas consumption will slow, but will still achieve double digits growth - Regional geopolitics will again provide unexpected opportunities and threats for the upstream sector

Table of contents

  • 1. Big exploration slowly returning, with a focus on gas
  • 2. Project hopper in need of replenishment
  • 3. M&A maintaining momentum
  • 4. Meeting China's gas demand
  • 5. What wildcards will regional geopolitics deal in 2019?
  • Top 5 most read Asia-Pacific upstream asset reports in 2018
  • Top 5 most read Asia-Pacific upstream insights & informs in 2018

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  • Key Asia Pacific offshore exploration wells in 2019
  • Asia-Pacific M&A spend 2014-2019
  • How did we do last year?

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