Independent British Oil Company with main interest in Thailand

abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 17 Nov 2011 07:26
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Thailand is not the first Asian country that springs to mind when we think about oil production. Its not in the big league, but if you check out Statistics from EIA, you can see that it is on an impressive growth path. The trend in natural gas, where production volumes are higher, is even more striking

The largest players in Thailand's upstream sector are Chevron, and PTTEP, the state owned company. There are a number of much more focused operators however, for those with a particular interest.

Salamander is an Independent British Oil Company with main interest in Thailand. Thailand is a key part of Salamander's operations and home to two of their main producing assets as well as a number of exploration concessions.

Coastal Energy Company is an international exploration & production company with principal assets in Thailand. Coastal currently has oil production from its 100% owned and operated offshore fields in the Gulf of Thailand and natural gas production from its non-operated working interests onshore Thailand.

Both of these companies are quoted on the LSE, though Coastal has a dual listing in Toronto. Canadian investors have more options:

Oil Optimization Inc. is a Canadian listed oil and gas company focused on the exploration of its significant onshore concessions located in the Kingdom of Thailand.

Pan Orient has interests in four concessions in Thailand

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