ASIA-PACIFIC SCOUT CHECK – Purpose

The Asia-Pacific Scout Check (or APSC) is a regular and exclusive meeting of Asia-Pacific upstream oil and gas operators (APSC members)  –  now incorporated into SEAPEX. Previously this operators group was known as the SSC.

APSC meetings are held every 2 months in Singapore on the same day as SEAPEX events and to the benefit of both groups. However, SEAPEX Members are not entitled to attend APSC meetings – which are private meetings of the operating member companies.

APSC members meet to share information on their exploration and production activities in the Asia-Pacific region (from Pakistan to Japan to New Zealand) and to discuss business matters.  APSC meetings are usually held in the Orchard Hotel, Singapore on the second Friday of February, April, June, August, October, and December.

To join the APSC, a company must operate (or jointly operate) a petroleum contract (concession, PSC etc.) in one of the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Requests to join are subject to acceptance by the existing members. For more information on the APSC – please go to www.asiapacificscoutcheck.org