Executive Interviews

By keeping a steady helm during the oil price crash and focusing, rationalising and resetting our portfolio, we have been able to participate in African and South American opportunities whilst a number of our competitors have focused elsewhere.
Independent producers are a key category of customers for us. We can help them detect early on when a market is about to get weaker and become a buyer’s market, as well as when a market’s about to get stronger and become more of a seller’s market.
In Asia, we’ve always portrayed ourselves as a supplier of crudes – not just from the Middle East – but also from the Atlantic Basin. The Atlantic Basin to Asia has become one of the world’s major trade flows in recent years.
The current remaining unconventional gas reserves is approximately equal with the estimated conventional gas resources of around 138 TCF. This is based on ~120 Coal Bed Methane (CBM) wells currently drilled in Indonesia. As more wells are drilled, we expect unconventional gas resources move closer to the estimated gas in place of 453 TCF. Rising national energy demand coupled with declining conventional gas production have significantly increased the role unconventional gas (CBM) will play to fulfil clean energy demand in Indonesia.
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Developments like the Tortue Project will play a big part in that future. It’s part of what makes growing our business in Mauritania and Senegal so exciting.

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