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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, January 28–31, 1986
Paper Number: SPE-14594-MS
... and marketing) was necessary to provide an outlet for crude, thereby assuring continued crude producing profits. Volume was the universal indicator of profits. Downstream investments were made and long term supply contracts were signed based on the notion that crude oil production volume growth was all...
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Paper presented at the Southeast Asia Show, February 21–24, 1984
Paper Number: SPE-12372-MS
... asia session 1 growth rate worldwide recession new zealand indonesia crude oil exploration strategic planning and management asia trade deficit asset and portfolio management upstream oil & gas forecast investment south china sea drilling activity 1982 energy resource...
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Paper presented at the Southeast Asia Show, February 21–24, 1984
Paper Number: SPE-12383-MS
... dollars. Despite that, more investments will still be required for further development, and more and bigger future exploration costs will hove to be spent. Such massive capital investments apparently need careful handling from both the host country and the investors, in the face of current economic...
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Paper presented at the Southeast Asia Show, February 21–24, 1984
Paper Number: SPE-12373-MS
...OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT By Peter D. Gaffney C. P. Moyes J. D. Archer Gaffney, Cline & Associates ABSTRACT The past ten years have seen major changes in the Asia Pacific petroleum position. Significant new offshore reserves have come onstream, as have major gas fields and LNG facilities...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10425-MS
... more than once in the last decade. As we look back down the decade, few companies or investors could claim their investments in the region were forsaken. Particularly those who have learned the age old rule of natural resources investment which is to stay long enough to reap the benefits. True...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10439-MS
... Exploration in the Far East Region has a very healthy glow at the moment. Significant petroleum related investments are being made in nearly part of the region. We are even seeing hither to aloof Governments such as those of Burma, Bangladesh, North Korea, etc. investigate the benefits...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10440-MS
... of economic growth onlv half as large as the developing nations. Alwavs assuming, of course, that t1e developing nations can attract enough investment capital to raise their Productivitv. At the risk of oversimplifvinq the issue, economic growth arises out of the growth of the emploved labor force plus...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10479-MS
... Slaughter, Lou S., Binkerhoff Maritime Drilling Corp., Indonesia The paper is a financial evaluation of an offshore drilling rig venture. It pertains to other ventures world-wide involving substantial investments in pertains to other ventures world-wide involving substantial investments...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 26–29, 1980
Paper Number: SPE-8857-MS
... performance Efficiency constraint Upstream Oil & Gas weather Artificial Intelligence investment tanker coupling SPM system Well Productivity storage transport system loading system deviation total system procedure production system loading configuration equation Offshore South East...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 26–29, 1980
Paper Number: SPE-8851-MS
... necessary to get the oil on stream, irrespective of the level of reservoir knowledge, is so high that the investment risk cannot be justified. This is particularly true in the light of typical production sharing agreements, when present value after tax, cash flow, is compared with maximum initial exposure...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Conference, February 21–23, 1978
Paper Number: SPE-7095-MS
... Asian investment capital requirements for petroleum have been estimated by any number of sources to range up from $20 to $30 billion in the decade ending in 1987, and the offshore supply and service industry's real growth is expected to average from 6% to 7% Per year as a result of this spending...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Conference, February 21–23, 1978
Paper Number: SPE-7098-MS
... and their effect upon investment in the key prospective countries of the region. Activity Review. First, let us briefly examine some of the offshore trends over the last seven years. Fig. 1 shows the number of offshore wells drilled over the last seven year in the region. The classification of exploration wells...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Conference, February 17–20, 1976
Paper Number: SPE-5976-MS
... of time before foreign companies are invited to participate in offshore exploration. It is for this reason that the updated forecast has been expanded to include China and the Indian subcontinent. During the past 8 years more than 300 companies have assumed petroleum investment commitments in the Region...

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