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Upstream review of 2013 - China

Upstream review of 2013 - China

Report summary

2013 may prove a pivotal year in China’s journey through market reforms and liberalisation.  The third plenum meeting provided a vision for the economy’s transformation and its move towards market-driven allocation of natural resources.  One of the initial steps was the long-awaited gas price reform, which is expected to boost indigenous gas production and provide part of the solution to China’s air pollution woes.

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  • Executive summary
    • Key events in 2013
  • Exploration – key wells and discoveries
    • Onshore
      • Shale gas
    • Offshore
    • Exploration in other parts of Eastern Asia
  • Licensing
  • Field development activity
    • Field start-ups
    • Development delays
    • Oil and gas production
  • Regulatory changes
  • Corporate activity
  • Events to watch in 2014
    • Ongoing corruption enquiries
    • Third shale gas licensing round
    • Infrastructure reform
    • Deepwater exploration continues to stall
    • Slow progress in South Korea, Japan and Taiwan

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Upstream review of 2013 - China: Image 1
  • Exploration – key wells and discoveries
  • Licensing
    • Upstream review of 2013 - China: Table 1
  • Field development activity
    • Conventional oil production by region
    • 2013 oil production split by company
    • Conventional & tight gas production by region
    • 2013 gas production split by source
  • Regulatory changes
  • Corporate activity
  • Events to watch in 2014
    • Upstream review of 2013 - China: Image 6
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