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The Strategies of National Oil Companies in Southeast Asia under Energy Transition

Editor(s)/Author(s) : - 16 November 2022
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The national oil companies (NOCs) of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) must strengthen their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while ensuring a stable energy supply in their existing businesses and low-carbon fields. This report analyses and compares the strategies and activities of the ASEAN NOCs and the Western Oil Majors and compares them with each other.

Focusing on carbon dioxide capture (utilisation) and storage (CCS/CCUS) and hydrogen, for which existing assets can be used, would be one of the most effective measures to reduce GHG emissions. ASEAN NOCs such as Petronas and Pertamina need to accelerate their CCS/CCUS projects in this regard. For now Thailand remains the centre of automobile production in Southeast Asia, so it makes sense for Thailand’s PTT to enter the electric vehicle (EV) production and battery fields.

The cooperation of ASEAN NOCs with Western Majors and other companies in different industries can also be effective to formulate the most appropriate energy transition strategy for each company. Exchanges in technologies, financing, and human resource development can contribute to accelerating ASEAN NOC’s energy transition road map and business structure transformation.

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The Strategies of National Oil Companies in Southeast Asia under Energy Transition

Contents

Title page

Preface

Acknowledgements

List of Project Members

Contents

List of Figure and Tables

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Background of the Study

Chapter 2 Climate Pressure on Oil and Gas Business

Chapter 3 The Strategy of Selected NOCs in the ASEAN Region

Chapter 4 Efforts in the Majors/Non-ASEAN NOCs 

Chapter 5 Suggestions for the ASEAN NOCs

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