• The First Asia Pacific Off-Shore IRB Training Camp

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  • The First Asia Pacific Off-Shore IRB Training Camp

    published: 24 Feb 2016
  • The First Asia Pacific Off-Shore IRB Training Camp

    Orangized by HKLSS Sanctioned by ILS Taught by SLSA Supported by HKJSBA

    published: 24 Feb 2016
  • Strategic Review of the Asia Pacific Offshore Rigs Market

    1. Key Review of the Asia-Pacific Offshore Rigs Market 08 th & 09 th Nov 2010 Subbu Bettadapura Associate Director, Energy Practice, Frost & Sullivan 2. Conveyances and Capital Expenditure Jack-up, Semis, Drill Ships & Tender Rigs Deployment in Asia Pacific Current Market Scenario Table of Contents Review of FPSOs Markets Review of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario Owners & Manufacturers of Rigs FPSO Operators in Asia Pacific Strategic Review of the Asia Pacific Offshore Rigs Market 1 2 3. Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario - Crude Oil Prices (Dollars every Barrel) Oil costs to ascend in connection with the proceeded with worldwide financial recuperation 2010 raw petroleum costs normal: $79 a barrel 2011 raw petr...

    published: 13 May 2015
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Strategic Review of the Asia Pacific Offshore Rigs Market

Strategic Review of the Asia Pacific Offshore Rigs Market

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1. Key Review of the Asia-Pacific Offshore Rigs Market 08 th & 09 th Nov 2010 Subbu Bettadapura Associate Director, Energy Practice, Frost & Sullivan 2. Conveyances and Capital Expenditure Jack-up, Semis, Drill Ships & Tender Rigs Deployment in Asia Pacific Current Market Scenario Table of Contents Review of FPSOs Markets Review of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario Owners & Manufacturers of Rigs FPSO Operators in Asia Pacific Strategic Review of the Asia Pacific Offshore Rigs Market 1 2 3. Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario - Crude Oil Prices (Dollars every Barrel) Oil costs to ascend in connection with the proceeded with worldwide financial recuperation 2010 raw petroleum costs normal: $79 a barrel 2011 raw petroleum costs normal: $84 a barrel Source: Financial Forecast Center, Frost & Sullivan 4. Ebb and flow Market Scenario: Asia Pacific – Key Fields Source: Compiled by Frost & Sullivan Key Fields on Indian West Coast Mukta: 80 meters water profundity Mumbai D-18: 90 meters Mumbai EC: 90 meters Mumbai CA – 1: 55 meters Heera (B-38 & B-37-B): 50 meters Key fields in Indonesian Waters Terang/Sirasun: 150300 meters water profundity Gendalo: 1,425 meters West Seno extension: 953 meters Aton: 1,150 meters Key fields in Malaysian Waters Kikeh: 1330 meters water profundity Kikeh Kecil: 1359 meters Gumusut/Kakap: 1000 meters Kebabangan (SB-J) (Gas): 300 meters Key fields in Australia Montara, Puffin SW, Vincent, Van Gogh, Pyrenees and Crux. Jansz, Jansz SE, Gorgon, Longtom, Maitland and Sole Key fields on Indian East Coast D6 (Dhirubhai): 900 meters water profundity M Field (Padmavati): 500 meters Krishna-Godavari G-1 AA: 200 to 490 meters Tapti South: 20 meters Deepwater Definition • Deepwater: + 3000 ft (900 m) • Ultra Deepwater: + 7000 ft (2100 m) Thailand Arthit (Block B15A & B16A) Myanmar Shwe (Block A-1) China PRC Peng Lai 19-3 Review of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets 5. Current Competitive Offshore Rig Utilization by Rig Type Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Market Restraints Overbuilding at the crest of the last cycle and Concentrate on inland plays because of shale gas blast Current Market Scenario Source: RigZone Rig Type 15-Oct-09 Contracted/ Total) 15-Apr-10 Contracted/ Total) 15-Sep-10 Contracted/Total) 15-Oct-10 Contracted/Total) Drillship 88.60% (39/44) 87.50% (42/48) 76.90% (40/52) 80.80% (42/52) Jackup 74.70% (254/340) 80.10% (282/352) 76.50% (276/361) 74.70% (271/363) Semisub 78.60% (125/159) 83.40% (136/163) 83.80% (140/167) 86.80% (145/167) Tender 76.90% (20/26) 82.80% (24/29) 80.00% (24/30) 83.30% (25/30) 6. Current Competitive Offshore Rig Utilization by Region Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario 2007-2008 Utilization: 91% all inclusive Source: RigZone Region % Utilization (Contracted/ Total) Africa - West 87.0% (47/54) Asia - SouthEast 82.6% (71/86) Europe - North Sea 88.7% (63/71) Mediterranean 59.1% (13/22) MidEast - Persian Gulf 77.1% (74/96) N. Amercia - Mexico 63.6% (21/33) N. Amercia - US GOM 62.5% (50/80) S. America - Brazil 90.2% (55/61) 7. Current Competitive Offshore Rig Utilization by Regions in Asia Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario 2007-2008 Utlilization: 100% in South Asia and Southeast Asia Source: RigZone 15-Oct-09 Contracted/ Total) 15-Apr-10 Contracted/ Total) 15-Sep-10 Contracted/Total) 15-Oct-10 Contracted/Total) Asia - Far East 91.70% (22/24) 83.30% (20/24) 75.00% (21/28) 75.00% (21/28) Asia - South 96.90% (31/32) 88.90% (32/36) 87.50% (28/32) 96.90% (31/32) Asia - SouthEast 73.30% (55/75) 71.80% (61/85) 82.60% (71/86) 82.60% (71/86) Australia 100.00% (14/14) 91.70% (11/12) 100.00% (12/12) 91.70% (11/12) 8. Current Day Rates of Drillships and Semisubs Audit of Jack-ups, Semis and Drill Ships Markets Current Market Scenario Operators - Willing to sit tight for the accessibility to weight dayrates further before altering long haul contracts, Contractors - Reluctant to succumb to dayrate diminishments so as to secure excess. Depiction starting 15 th Oct 2010 Source: RigZone
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