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17 October 2019

Asia-Pacific upstream in brief

Report summary

The latest stories and trends in the Asia-Pacific upstream sector combined with our expert opinion and analysis. We add commentary on events as they break to keep you informed in real-time, and discuss themes in greater detail in our podcast. Snapshot of recent stories: - Successful appraisal of Duyung PSC's Mako gas field - Santos acquires ConocoPhillips’ north Australia portfolio for US$1.39 billion - ExxonMobil begins Asia Pacific disposal programme - PetroChina reports big oil and gas additions - Dorado blocks attract Santos and BP - ExxonMobil marketing its assets in the Gippsland Basin - IPA 2019: key takeaways - Australia and TImor-Leste sign border deal - Strike Energy discovers gas in the Perth Basin - Eni-led consortium awarded West Ganal PSC - ONGC unveils its 2040 strategic vision - Medco acquires North Sokang PSC

Table of contents

    • Successful appraisal at Duyung PSC
    • Santos acquires ConocoPhillips' north Australian portfolio for US$1.39 billion
    • ExxonMobil fires starting pistol on Asia Pacific divestment programme
    • PetroChina reports big oil and gas additions
    • Dorado blocks attract Santos and BP
    • ExxonMobil marketing its assets in the Gippsland Basin
    • IPA 2019: key takeaways
    • Strike Energy discovers gas in the Perth Basin
    • Eni-led consortium awarded West Ganal PSC
    • ONGC unveils its 2040 strategic vision
    • Medco Energi acquires North Sokang PSC
    • Chevron's Gorgon project begins injecting CO 2
    • PTTEP buys more shares in Apico
    • Indonesia unveils four new blocks in latest bid round
    • Neptune ups its stakes in Kutei Basin
    • Takeaways from our latest trip to Jakarta
    • Eni hits big gas in Vietnam
    • PETRONAS awards Kasawari contract
    • Indonesia’s Tangguh Expansion delayed by a year
    • ConocoPhillips wins Corridor PSC extension in Indonesia
    • Indonesia approves Abadi LNG revised Plan of Development
    • Chinese NOC cooperation attracts attention
    • Beach announces Waitsia progress and alignment of Perth Basin equity interests
    • Usual suspects dominate India's OALP- 2 and 3 bid rounds
    • PTTEP strikes big in Malaysia
    • Barossa strengthens its leading position to backfill Darwin LNG
    • CNOOC announces 2019 offshore licensing round
    • China extends unconventional gas subsidy to include tight gas
    • INPEX and Government of Indonesia agree next steps for Masela PSC
    • Reliance and BP take FID on D-55 (MJ) gas-condensate field offshore India
    • Shell delivers first LNG cargo from Prelude
    • The road to Dorado – appraisal well confirms significant resource
    • APPEA 2019 takeaways
    • Bangladesh delays offshore bid round
    • Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister resigns
    • Hong Kong takeaways
    • Liberal Party wins the Australia election
    • PETRONAS FLNG Satu moves to Kebabangan Cluster
    • Santos buys stake in P’nyang – brings PNG LNG expansion closer
    • Indonesia awards two blocks in first 2019 bid round
    • Leak at the Sabah-Sarawak gas pipeline (SSGP)
    • Murphy hits oil in Vietnam
    • Santos confirms significant gas resource at Corvus
    • PETRONAS makes first move into renewables
    • Takeaways from SEAPEX Exploration Conference
    • BP plans to exit China shale
    • Shell signs Chinese shale oil JSA with Sinopec
    • Papua LNG JV signs gas agreement with the PNG Government
    • Woodside signs 10 year LNG deal with ENN
    • PTTEP acquires Murphy's Malaysia portfolio
    • Malaysia research trip highlights
    • China shale gas hit by three earthquakes in two days
    • Indonesia offers five blocks in 2019 first bid round
    • Repsol strikes gas onshore Sumatra
    • Origin Energy sells Ironbark CSG to APLNG
    • Equinor publishes environmental plan for Stromlo-1
    • PTTEP buys stake in Apico for US$64 million
    • Invenire Energy acquires Tata Petrodyne for US$100 million
    • India launches third OALP bid round during Petrotech 2019
    • Coro Energy acquires 15% stake in Duyung PSC
    • Medco to acquire Ophir for US$512 million
    • Oil flows again in Vietnam
    • Australian E&P 2018 fourth quarter results
    • CNOOC Ltd announces 2019 strategic plan
    • PETRONAS FLNG Satu to move from Kanowit to Kebabangan
    • India offers 14 blocks under second OALP bid round
    • Medco launches bid to buy Ophir Energy
    • Mubadala, Repsol and PERTAMINA further expand Indonesian exploration acreage

Tables and charts

This report includes 20 images and tables including:

  • Blocks offered under OALP-3
  • Duyung PSC Production (275 bcf scenario)
  • Sichan Basin shale fields
  • ExxonMobil Bass Strait production
  • West Erregulla-2 well location
  • North Sokang PSC
  • Blocks offered in 2019 bid round
  • Neptune Energy's entitlement production globally
  • OALP-2 and 3 awards by operator/shore status
  • Block awards under OALP by operator
  • PTTEP and Murphy's Malaysia production
  • MLFW versus different JCC slopes
  • Indonesia 2019 first bid round
  • Tata Petrodyne assets
  • Medco production outlook
  • PFLNG 1 cargoes versus capacity
  • OALP-2 blocks
  • Top 10 2018 IOC upstream producers in SE Asia

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