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Global Oil Cost Curves and Pre-FID Breakevens – updated H2 2018

Harry Paton

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Are higher cost sources of supply required? Is US tight oil the cheapest form of new supply? We have updated our global breakeven analysis with our most popular charts and analysis to help you understand the global cost of supply.


This report answers some key questions including:

  • Is higher cost supply needed in the future?
  • Where are the most competitive sources of new supply?
  • How important are pre-FID projects and how much of a role will contingent resources, reserves growth and further exploration have in the future cost of supply?

12 March 2019

Global Oil Cost Curves and Pre-FID Breakevens – updated H2 2018

Report summary

The Oil Supply Team have updated their breakeven analysis. Breakeven costs are assigned to every element of our global liquids supply view allowing a detailed, comprehensive view of the global cost of supply. Are higher cost sources of supply required? Is US tight oil the cheapest form of new supply? We have updated our global breakeven analysis with our most popular charts and analysis to help you understand the global cost of supply. This report answers some key questions including: • Is higher cost supply needed in the future? • Where are the most competitive sources of new supply? • How important are pre-FID projects and how much of a role will contingent resources, reserves growth and further exploration have in the future cost of supply?

Summary of Contents

Summary Power Point PDF File (16 page ppt):

  • Exec Summary
  • Australian Resources by state
  • LNG & DOMGAS Production
  • Domestic gas policy DMO by project
  • WA domestic gas resources remaining (tcf)
  • Western Australia Gas Infrastructure gas flow
  • Dampier to Bunbury Pipeline and surrounding infrastructure
  • LNG production and ullage & Domestic gas production from LNG projects
  • Non-LNG domestic gas production
  • Domestic gas production capacity & demand
  • Domestic gas supply vs. AEMO Demand
  • WA Exploration that could impact the market post 2024
  • Key findings

Included xls includes the following data sheets:

  • Australian Reserves
  • Domestic and LNG production
  • Facilities
  • DMO Fulfilment
  • WA Reserves
  • Pipeline capacity
  • LNG domestic gas production
  • Domestic gas fields
  • Domestic gas
  • WA exploration wells
  • LNG production
  • Liquid production

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    Data Pack.xlsx

    XLSX 1.10 MB

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    Global Cost Curves Updated.pdf

    PDF 1.28 MB

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    Global Oil Cost Curves and Pre-FID Breakevens – updated H2 2018

    ZIP 2.05 MB

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