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Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: 03 November 2016

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November's month in brief brings you the latest stories from the Asia-Pacific upstream sector. BP has withdrawn from the Australian Bight, cancelling its commitments to drill four deepwater exploration wells in this frontier basin. Malaysia has launched its 2017 licensing round, with 13 licences on offer. In Vietnam, first production from the Thien Ung field has been delayed to 2017, in Australia, the development cost of Wheatstone LNG has increased 17% and in China, Total has withdrawn from shale exploration. The report includes the ' Asia-Pacific Upstream Data Dashboard', which provides a snapshot of the latest data on licensing, drilling, discoveries, development, corporate and M&A activity.

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  • Lead story
  • Licensing
  • Exploration
  • Development
  • Production
  • Corporate Activity
  • Regulation

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