In recent years, Vietnam’s crude oil and gas production has been consistently declining, as major oil and gas mines have been exploited in the long run and declining of natural yields. In terms of supply and demand, in August 2017, for the first time, Vietnam had to import crude oil to offset domestic supply (Vietnam was still experiencing trade surplus in the whole year, but the gap between import and export is gradually narrowing), and gas remains largely dependent on imports, especially LPG. . Oil and gas is getting a big interest from the State, investment concentration on exploitation projects in order to increase reserves, as well as many gas collecting pipe accompanied offshore projects and lower sector industry ones: Nghi Son Oil Refinery, building electronic gas group and mainland gas processing operation. In the near future, higher fuel’ price will bring positive prospect to the industry.

Executive Summary
I. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Trade agreement impact
2. The petroleum industry in the world
2.1 Crude oil
2.2 Fuel gas
2.3 Situation of key nations in the industry
2.4 Major companies in the industry
3. The petroleum industry in Vietnam
3.1 Definition and classification
3.2 History of development
3.3 Industry value chain
3.4 The current situation
4. Risks
4.1 Risks
4.2 SWOT analysis
5. Prospect, planning and prediction
5.1 Planning
5.2 Prediction
6. Enterprise analysis
6.1 Enterprise introduction
6.2 Financial analysis
Financial Statements Appendix
Vietnam Oil and Gas Group
Vietnam petroleum group
PetroVietnam Drilling and Well Service Corporation
PetroVietnam Exploration Production Corporation Ltd
PetroVietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation
A glimpse of Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited 
Petrovietnam Oil Corporation
Ho Chi Minh City One-Member Limited Liability Oil & Gas Company
Vietnam Air Petrol Company Ltd
Dong Thap Petroleum Trading Import Export Company Limited