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Resolution of Thailand-Cambodia OCA offers rare upstream exploration opportunity

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18 November 2014

Resolution of Thailand-Cambodia OCA offers rare upstream exploration opportunity

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A resolution of the Thailand-Cambodia Overlapping Claims Area would open the region up to upstream investment, and could be worth over US$200 billion in gross revenues.  Additional value could be realised from up to US$3.1 billion per year due to reduced LNG import requirements. The OCA is estimated to hold yet-to-find resources of 11.9 tcf of gas and 692 million barrels of liquids, making it one of the last major sources of conventional shallow water hydrocarbons in South-Eastern Asia.

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