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Europe upstream week in brief: Equinor and Aker BP dominate Norway licensing round

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Welcome to the Europe upstream week in brief where we bring you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas. This week: Wellwatcher looks back on a busy week at the EAGE conference in Copenhagen - what were the key takeaways? Also, a milestone has been reached for a new gas export route for Major Romanian Black Sea projects; deepwater licences attract Equinor and Aker BP in Norway's 24th licensing round; Cairn Energy has farmed-into the Agar/Plantain prospect in the UK.

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    • Wood Mackenzie at EAGE, exploration is back
    • New gas export route for Major Romanian Black Sea project
    • Norway’s 24th Licencing Round: frontier licences attract the usual suspects
    • Cairn Energy beefs upUK E&A portfolio
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