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Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: Chinese upstream reform, Australia's smallest block offer in a decade

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Report summary

In this edition of our 'month in brief' report, we highlight the main stories in the Asia-Pacific upstream sector from May 2017 and provide our analysis and opinion on the implications of these developments. The lead stories this month are: China unveils long-awaited oil and gas sector reform plan, Australian government offers 21 offshore blocks in latest release and Eni starts-up the Indonesian Jangkrik and Jangkrik North East gas/condensate fields.

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    Asia Pacific Upstream Data Dashboard - June.pdf

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Table of contents

  • NEW! Asia-Pacific Energy Brief: exploration licensing, upstream reform and the investment outlook
    • Map of the month: Australia 2017 offshore licensing round
  • Corporate activity
  • Exploration and licensing
  • Development and production
  • Ask the Analyst

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