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New Zealand upstream summary

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Report summary

New Zealand's upstream oil and gas industry is dominated by a few large fields and all production comes from the Taranaki Basin. The most notable is the Maui gas/condensate field, which commenced production in 1979 and is now in decline. The more recently discovered Tui and Maari oil fields, and the Pohokura and Kupe gas/condensate fields have offset the decline from Maui. All gas is used domestically and the produced liquids are sold to refineries elsewhere in the region.The last ...

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    Country Overview

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    Country Overview

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    Country Overview

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    Executive summary

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    Key facts

    PDF 66.48 KB

  • Document

    Location maps

    PDF 4.26 MB

  • Document

    Key companies

    PDF 95.54 KB

  • Document

    Geology

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    Exploration

    PDF 118.93 KB

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    Reserves and resources

    PDF 105.29 KB

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    Production

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    Infrastructure

    PDF 6.00 MB

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    Policy and regulation

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    Fiscal terms

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Key facts
  • Location maps
  • Key companies
    • Introduction
    • Taranaki Basin
    • East Coast Basin
    • Northland Basin
    • Wanganui Basin
    • West coast Basin
    • Solander Basin
    • Canterbury Basin/Chatham Rise
    • Great South Basin
    • Licensing
    • Historical licensing
      • Drilling activity
      • Success rates
  • Reserves and resources
    • Oil/Liquids
    • Gas
    • Introduction
    • Oil infrastructure
    • Gas infrastructure
    • Current fiscal terms
      • Royalty
      • Basic (AVR) Regime
      • Hybrid (AVR:APR) Regime
      • 2004 Gas Exploration Incentive Terms
      • State Equity Participation
      • Export duty
      • Environmental/CO2 taxes
      • Energy Resources Levy
      • Domestic Market Obligation (DMO)
      • Contractor Revenue Entitlement
      • Liquids Pricing
      • Natural Gas Pricing
      • Corporate (or Petroleum) Income Tax
      • Tax Rate
      • Taxable Income
      • Loss Carry Forward
      • Additional Profits Taxes
      • Fiscal/Contractual Ring-Fences
      • Dividend Withholding Tax
    • Sample Cash Flow Key Assumptions
    • Marginal Government Take Calculation
      • 1970/1980s
      • 1990s
      • October 1990 Tax Changes
      • December 1991 Tax Changes
      • GEM MODELS

Tables and charts

This report includes 27 images and tables including:

Images

  • New Zealand
  • Remaining Commercial and Technical Reserves at 01/01/2018
  • Liquids and Gas Production 2018
  • Remaining and Produced Commercial Liquids and Gas Reserves at 01/01/2018 (2P)
  • Sedimentary Basins of New Zealand Map
  • Licence Activity (Exploration and Development)
  • Liquids Production
  • Gas Production
  • Oil Infrastructure Map
  • Gas Infrastructure Map
  • E & A Drilling Activity by Well Type
  • Technical and Commercial Success Rates

Tables

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Reserves and resources: Table 1
  • Production: Table 1
  • Production: Table 2
  • Production: Table 3
  • Production: Table 4
  • Infrastructure: Table 1
  • Infrastructure: Table 2
  • Fiscal terms: Table 2
  • Fiscal terms: Table 3
  • Fiscal terms: Table 4
  • Fiscal terms: Table 5
  • Fiscal terms: Table 6
  • Fiscal terms: Table 1
  • Fiscal terms: Table 7

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