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OPEC won't bear burden of propping up oil price, s...

RIYADH: OPEC will not take sole responsibility for propping up the oil price, Saudi Arabia's oil minister said on Sunday, signalling the world's top petroleum exporter is determined to ride out a market slump that has roughly halved prices since last...


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BG and Woodside to invest more than $1 billion aft...

UK-based BG Group and Australia’s Woodside Energy have committed to investing more than US$1 billion in four offshore blocks.


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Norwegians to support offshore technical training

The Norwegian Environmental Agency will aim to boost government staffs’ technical skills through training on Environmental and Social Impact assessments for offshore oil and gas, according to an official. The training is to take place in Nay Pyi Taw...


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Bangchak set to buy power plant from PTT

SET-listed Bangchak Petroleum Plc (BCP) says it is on track to buy a cogeneration power plant from PTT Plc, the state oil and gas conglomerate.


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Blocked oil exports through Mae Sot raise border t...

Oil tankers are stopped in Mae Sot district, Tak, after being refused permission to unload fuel for export to Myawaddy through a pipeline over the Moei River. (Photo by Assawin Pinitwong) A dispute over fuel export licences is causing tension on the...


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No concerns over Myanmar shutdowns

The Energy Ministry affirmed on Wednesday that a brief disruption to gas supplies from Myanmar will not cause any power shortages next month, even though consumption peaks in the hot season.


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Ministry: Power reserves sufficient to weather gas...

The Energy Ministry is guaranteeing enough electricity this April when three gas fields in Myanmar will be closed for annual maintenance. (Photo by Nauvarat Suksamran) Energy Minister Narongchai Akrasanee on Wednesday guaranteed that the country w...


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IEEJ CEO Chairman Mr. Toyoda visits ASCOPE Secre...

Victorino S. Bala, ASCOPE Secretary In Charge, presented a gift to the Institute of Energy Economics of Japan (IEEJ) CEO Chairman Mr. Toyoda during his courtesy meeting on September 3, 2014 at the PNOC Building in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Ci...


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Preparatory Meeting for the 40th Council Meeting

Check-up Meeting on Pertamina's Preparation for the 40th ASCOPE Council 78th ASCOPE National Committee Meetings August 21, 2014, Indonesia Victorino S. Bala, ASCOPE Secretary In Charge, during check up meeting with Pertamina regarding their pre...


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3rd APSA Task Force Meeting

Mr. Victorino S. Bala, ASCOPE Secretary In Charge together with the APSA Task Force Members (i.e., SOE Leaders from Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand, Executive Director of ACE, ASEAN Secretariat IEA), country representatives as well as ERIA ...


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ASCOPE 10th C&E 
10th ASCOPE C&E

About ASCOPE

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The ASEAN Council on Petroleum or ASCOPE is the association of national oil companies in the ASEAN region. It was established on October 15, 1975 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The main objective of the Council is to support member countries increase their capabilities, through mutual assistance, in all aspects and phases of the petroleum industry.

 

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Projects & Initiatives

ADG Book

ASCOPE Decommissioning Guideline for Oil and Gas Facilities (ADG)

ASCOPE Decommissiong Guidelines is a regional decommissioning guideline tailored to the ASCOPE countries with full concurrence and mutual approval by the relevant National Oil Companies in accordance to the international laws & regulations and complying with the national legislations of each member countries.

ASCOPE Decommissioning Guidelines

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International Cooperation

Mr. Victorino S. Bala with Secretary General Abdalla Salem El-BadriASCOPE Secretary In Charge with OPEC Secretary General Abdalla Salem El-Badri during the OPEC Conference in Austria, Vienna

ASCOPE continues to develop and strengthen its relationship with international agencies such as PETRAD, CCOP, IEA, the ASEAN Secretariat and ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE). ASCOPE Member Countries take active collaboration and participation with PETRAD, CCOP, ASEAN, ACE and IEA ’s seminars, projects, studies and programmes in pursuit of ASCOPE human resource development as well as its goal to advance energy cooperation in the region.

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