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Review of 2012 - South East Asia upstream sector


Review of 2012 - South East Asia upstream sector

Report summary

Malaysia was the stand-out performer in South East Asia's upstream sector in 2012. It had the region's three largest discoveries, adding 6.3 tcf of gas reserves in shallow-water Sarawak alone, and awarded a record 14 blocks. Discovered reserves across the rest of the region fell by more than 50% year-on-year, despite sustained levels of E&A investment. Indonesia was particularly disappointing, contributing only 14% of new discovered volumes, versus 72% from Malaysia.

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This Upstream Oil and Gas Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the key implications for those involved.

This report helps participants, suppliers and advisors understand trends, risks and issues within the upstream oil and gas industry. It gives you an expert point of view to support informed decision making.

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  • Executive Summary
  • Exploration and licensing
    • Licensing activity
      • Indonesia
      • Malaysia
      • Myanmar
      • Vietnam
      • Thailand
      • Philippines
    • Exploration drilling
    • Key discoveries and notable dry holes
      • Indonesia
      • Malaysia
      • Other discoveries
      • Development activity
        • Key start-ups
        • Project sanctions and progress
        • Development delays and issues
      • Corporate M&A
      • Events to watch in 2013
        • Beyond exploration

In this report there are 11 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
  • Exploration and licensing
    • Licence awards 2003-2012
    • 2012 net acreage awards, by top 10 companies
    • Exploration and appraisal activity (2003-2012)
    • Discovered reserves by water depth (2003-2012)
    • Key discoveries in 2012
    • Discovered volumes and average field size (2003-2012)
    • Net resources discovered in 2012 - top 10 companies
    • 2012 exploration wells - top 10 most active operators
    • New reserves brought onstream (2003-2012)
    • 10 largest fields brought onstream in 2012
    • Commercial reserves traded (2008-2012)
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