Thailand Oil & Gas Q2 2020

Thailand Oil & Gas Q2 2020

Key View:

Thailand’s upstream outlook is deteriorating, as declining domestic oil and gas production drives deeper need for energyimports. A successful launch of its long-delayed offshore licensing round, currently slated for 2020, remains crucial for oil and gasoutput moving forward, although would need to be preceded by sufficient positive regulatory reforms in order to attract investors.The downstream market is mature and offers relatively little room for substantial incremental growth, while long-term risks areweighted to the downside, amid slowing car sales and expanding biofuels mandate. LNG imports are set to expand at a robust rateover the next decade, both to offset the decline in domestic supply for power generation, and as the Thai government advances itsambition of becoming a regional LNG trading hub.


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SWOT
Oil & Gas SWOT
Industry Forecast
Upstream Exploration
Upstream Projects
Upstream Oil Production
Upstream Gas Production
Refining
Refined Fuels Consumption
Gas Consumption
Oil Trade
Gas Trade
Industry Risk/Reward Index
Asia Upstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
Asia Downstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
Thailand Upstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
Thailand Downstream Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
Thailand Energy Market Overview
Oil & Gas Infrastructure
Competitive Landscape
Company Profile
PTTEP
Regional Overview
Asia Oil & Gas Regional Overview
Oil & Gas Glossary
Oil & Gas Methodology

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