Supermajors’ Cost Index: How Efficient are they in Developing their Assets? | Petroleum Africa

  • The ‘lower for longer' oil price environment has forced oil and gas companies to look hard at their cost structures.
  • Despite development costs accounting for more than 50% of total costs, the industry currently acks a widely accepted measure for assessing efficiency in this area.

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