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Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: Majors struggle to sell assets while Cambodia gets its first oil development

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03 November 2017

Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: Majors struggle to sell assets while Cambodia gets its first oil development

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Asia-Pacific upstream in October in saw Chevron cancel its deal to sell out of Bangladesh and Shell fail to sell its Bongkot stake in Thailand. More positively, the Chinese NOCs posted strong Q3 results and Kris Energy sanctioned Cambodia's first oil development at the Apsara field. In Australia, Chevron's Wheatstone project shipped its first LNG cargo, leaving just INPEX's Ichthys and Shell's Prelude projects still in the development phase. We also have Jean-Baptiste Berchoteau's thoughts on decommissioning in our "Ask the Analyst" feature.

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  • Lead stories
  • Energy in brief: Gas on, deals off
  • Exploration
  • Development and Production
  • LNG Sales
  • Corporate and M & A
  • Licensing
  • Ask the Analyst

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