PTTEP Australasia (PTTEP AA)
- PTTEP acquired 100 per cent of the issued capital of Coogee Resources Limited (now called PTTEP Australasia Pty Ltd) in 2009 pursuant to which Coogee Resources (Ashmore Cartier) Pty Ltd's name was changed to PTTEP Australasia (Ashmore Cartier) Pty Ltd and all Australian owned companies of PTTEP came to be known as PTTEP Australasia.
- PTTEP Australasia employs more than 350 people based in Perth, Darwin, Singapore and the Timor Sea.
- PTTEP Australasia previously operated two oil fields, Jabiru (2,700 barrels per day) and Challis (1,500 barrels per day), and is currently developing the Montara field in the Timor Sea.
- The Montara Development Project comprises the Montara (AC/L7), and Skua and Swift (AC/L8) fields. The oil reserves from these fields are approximately 37 million barrels.
Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT)
- PTT is a publicly listed company on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The company is 51.7 per cent owned by the Thai Ministry of Finance.
- PTT is Thailand's only fully-integrated oil and gas company with a leading position in exploration and production, transmission, refining, marketing and trading of petroleum and petrochemical products.
- It has the largest market capitalisation on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
- The PTT group makes up more than a quarter of the market capitalisation of the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)
- PTTEP was established in June 1985 by the Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT).
- PTTEP is a publicly listed company on the Thai stock exchange and is 65 per cent owned by PTT.
- PTTEP is one of Thailand's leading registered companies with market capitalisation of approximately US$20.5 billion (July 2013).
- PTTEP has invested in 41 exploration and production oil and gas projects in 13 countries, including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Oman, Iran, Egypt, Algeria, Bahrain, Australia and New Zealand.
- Globally, PTTEP has more than 3,050 employees including permanent, contracted and seconded staff.
- PTTEP, through a chain of holding companies, owns 100 per cent of these companies including PTTEP Australasia.