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eBook The Supply of Petroleum Reserves in South-East Asia: Economic Implications of Evolving Property Rights Arrangements (Natural Resources of South-East Asia) ePub

by Corazón Morales Siddayao

  • ISBN: 019580466X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Corazón Morales Siddayao
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (June 30, 1980)
  • Pages: 260
  • ePub book: 1526 kb
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The group of suppliers of petroleum reserves in the region is characterized by the presence of the major com­ panies . The Contractual Framework in Petroleum Exploration and Development in South-East Asia. Siddayao, Corazón Morales

The group of suppliers of petroleum reserves in the region is characterized by the presence of the major com­ panies, directly or through subsidiaries, as well as by many small­ er, and even independent, companies. Three major companies currently dominate exploration and producing operations in two countries-Exxon and Shell in Malaysia, Shell in Brunei. In Indonesia, Caltex and Stanvac dominate production. Siddayao, Corazón Morales.

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of Petroleum Reserves in South-East Asia : Economic Implications of Evolving Property Rights Arrangements. which may be termed 'political. risks'-may be important deter- minants of investment

The Supply of Petroleum Reserves in South-East Asia : Economic Implications of Evolving Property Rights Arrangements. by Corazón Morales Siddayao. risks'-may be important deter- minants of investment. After taking such risks into consideration in the exploration and development stage, a firm computing the pres- ent value of its probable income stream must consider several other factors.

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This demand is juxtaposed by vast untapped resources in South-East Asia: Can and should resource-rich South-East .

This demand is juxtaposed by vast untapped resources in South-East Asia: Can and should resource-rich South-East Asia respond to surging prices b. .The critical issue remains how to make them work effectively. Do you want to read the rest of this article?

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Located in East Asia - Most of Southeast Asia is in this climate 5. region. Supplies hydroelectric power but forces a million people from their homes. Doing Business in South East Asia by professor Alexey Maslov. Includes heavy rains - Myanmar, Indonesia, and Thailand have this 6. resource, which is used to make buildings and ships. 8. Related documents.

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Natural resources of south-east asia. The Badak gas field Conceptual organization of the terms 'reserves' and 'resources' Availability of oil and gas as a function of time and price Conceptual framework of the resource and reserve terms for oil and gas Exportable oil surplus, Indonesia, 1973-1985 The likely effect of domestic consumption on export availability of oil in Indonesia The coal deposits ofIndonesia The potential geothermal areas.

which may be termed 'political. risks'-may be important deter­ minants of investment. After taking such risks into consideration in the exploration and development stage, a firm computing the pres­ ent value of its probable income stream must consider several other factors. In addition to the current rate of production, it must con­ sider these: (I) engineering limits to the rate of extraction in any given period, (2) physical limits to the total amount of the resource that can be produced within a given location, and (3) limits to the availability of new petroleum sources at the same costs as at the present location. It might be useful at this point to note that the firm as an explo­ ration agent in South-East Asia operates largely as a contractor to the host government who has ownership and final control over the petroleum resources. The group of suppliers of petroleum reserves in the region is characterized by the presence of the major com­ panies, directly or through subsidiaries, as well as by many small­ er, and even independent, companies. Three major companies currently dominate exploration and producing operations in two countries-Exxon and Shell in Malaysia, Shell in Brunei. In Indonesia, Caltex and Stanvac dominate production. Outside Malaysia and Brunei the bulk of new exploration is conducted by relatively smaller companies side-by-side with the major companies like Exxon, Gulf, Mobil, Shell, and Texaco.