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Asia Pacific Upstream M&A - Aussie rules

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Covering a vast geographical area the Asia Pacific upstream offers a wide range of opportunities for a diverse set of players. Australia will remain the most active M&A market with LNG deals the grabbing headlines. China's embryonic unconventional sector will be the focus of IOC/NOC partnerships. South East Asia will see a steady flow of smaller deals driven by small players targeting niche opportunities. India could see a major deal should ONGC decide to partner with an IOC in...

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This report includes 14 images and tables including:

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  • Strategic fit of Asia Pacific interests within the Majors' and Large Cap IOCs global portfolios
  • South East Asia remaining NPV10 by peer group
  • South East Asia A&D 2008-2012 by Peer Group
  • Implied Long-term Oil Price, deal-by-deal vs. Brent oil price (Asia Pacific focused deals highlighted)
  • Weighted average ‘per barrel' acquisition costs
  • Share of global M&A
  • Implied Long-term Oil Price
  • Total resource traded
  • Buyers & Sellers 2012
  • Annual upstream M&A spend (by deal type)

Tables

  • Major Asia Pacific focused deals in 2012
  • Trends in Asia Pacific focused M&A
  • Australian LNG deals 2012
  • Planned Australian LNG projects

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