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Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: the next wave of Australian LNG taking shape

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01 August 2017

Asia-Pacific upstream month in brief: the next wave of Australian LNG taking shape

Report summary

In this edition of our 'month in brief' report, we highlight the main stories in the Asia-Pacific upstream sector from July 2017 and provide our analysis and opinion on the implications of these developments. The lead stories this month are: LNG deals see Asian NOCs PETRONAS and PTT closer, backfill options emerge for Darwin LNG and NWS LNG, PERTAMINA now the sole participant after ExxonMobil and PTTEP exit East Natuna consortium.

Table of contents

  • Asia Pacific Energy Brief: PTT And PETRONAS search for LNG supply and demand balance
  • Lead stories
  • Exploration and licensing
  • Development and production
  • Ask the Analyst

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • PETRONAS' SPAs from Malaysian LNG Plants

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    Asia Pacific Upstream Data Dashboard - August 2017.pdf

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