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Stepping on the gas: are Asia Pacific governments doing enough?

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11 June 2019

Stepping on the gas: are Asia Pacific governments doing enough?

Report summary

Many countries in Asia-Pacific are struggling to attract the required investment and international oil company (IOC) interest has been muted in recent licensing rounds. Value creation from gas investment is primarily a function of geological prospectivity together with finding and development costs. But government policy on gas pricing, fiscal terms, domestic market obligations (DMO) and state equity also have a significant impact on investment decisions. In this insight, we analyse the impact of each of the parameters on overall gas investment attractiveness in the region.

Table of contents

  • Pricing
  • Fiscal terms
  • Domestic market
  • State equity
  • Conclusions

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • Comparison of current upstream gas prices
  • Range of upstream gas prices in Asia Pacific region, 2019 (excludes integrated LNG)
  • Comparison of current gas fiscal terms
  • Pre-tax and post-tax breakeven gas prices: 500 bcf, shelf development
  • Pre-tax and post-tax breakeven gas prices: 4 tcf, deepwater development
  • Impact of DMO on ERR and breakeven gas price
  • Comparison of current domestic gas market policy
  • Contribution of 100% NOC-owned assets to 2019 gas production
  • Comparison of current state equity in gas projects
  • Comparison of current overall gas policies and prospectivity
  • 2019 Asia Pacific licensing rounds

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