Report summaryThe South Natuna Sea Block B (SNSBB) is a large and fragmented PSC that covers a number of oil and gas fields in the Natuna Sea. Oil has been produced since 1979, and peaked in the mid-1990s. Several fields have reached the end of their productive lives and have been now shut-in. Development in the early-2000s turned to commercialising gas fields that now supply Singapore and Peninsular Malaysia.In January 1999, the Natuna Sea Block A, SNSBB and Kakap partners announced a ...
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