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Who will fill the Major gap in Southeast Asia's upstream sector?

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01 May 2018

Who will fill the Major gap in Southeast Asia's upstream sector?

Report summary

Southeast Asia will see a significant decline in production over the next decade. With the Majors and IOCs diluting or exiting their positions, the regional NOCs will be at the forefront in developing the region's remaining reserves. But can they do it all alone? A changing corporate landscape provides opportunities for others to step in. However, it raises doubts if the region has the right incentives in place to keep incumbents invested and woo new operators.

Table of contents

  • The region grows increasingly mature
    • NOCs take control
    • Could the smaller IOCs fill the gaps left by the Majors?
    • Will a new regional champion step forward?
  • Pairing the right investor to the right opportunity
  • And finally, is there an opening for Private Equity?

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Remaining reserves by shore status
  • Remaining commercial PV (post-tax) (US$bn)
  • Verisk Maplecroft risk indices and government take
  • Change in Southeast Asia production by peer group
  • Top five IOCs production (2018-2025)
  • Asia-focused E&Ps resource traded (2013-2017)

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