Time to revisit exploration in the Indian Sub-continent?

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28 March 2019

Time to revisit exploration in the Indian Sub-continent?

Report summary

Developing domestic gas resources has becoming vital in the Indian Sub-continent as imports continue to increase. At the same time, domestic production has stagnated. To this effect, fiscal reforms are being undertaken to attract investors for planned and ongoing licensing rounds. But are these reforms enough to generate interest? We think these are positive changes but questions remain around the prospectivity.

Table of contents

    • Growing demand and reliance on imports supports the case for exploration
    • Gas pricing heading in the right direction
    • Diverse set of exploration opportunities on offer
    • Efforts to improve upstream competitiveness
    • But prospectivity needs proving up

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Regional gas supply demand balance (ISC)
  • Licensing opportunities
  • Sedimentary basin area by prospectivity
  • Blocks on offer by shore status
  • Upstream Competitiveness Index

What's included

This report contains:

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    Time to revisit exploration in the Indian Sub-continent?

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