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May 18, 2020

Upstream impact of Covid-19 and depressed oil prices on Australian E&P companies

By Agne Suipyte

The intrinsic uncertainty surrounding the duration of beleaguered global oil and gas demand and low oil prices has led to varied responses from exploration and production (E&P) companies in Australia for coping with the current economic climate.

The analysis of the impact on the top E&P companies in Australia reveals that domestically focused operators are positioned at the lowest risk to the short-term impact of Covid-19 and weakened oil prices, thanks to shelter from external market dynamics and robust reserve lives.

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