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International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: November 2016

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09 November 2016

International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: November 2016

Report summary

This is our latest ‘in brief’ report covering the international unconventional oil and gas sector, outside of the US. We have highlighted the main stories of the past two months, adding our opinion and analysis to keep you informed. From breakthroughs in new technology, exploration successes, drilling activity, production milestones, M&A announcements, through to geopolitical and environmental issues.  

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  • UK Government gives Cuadrilla the green light to drill, but legal action could cause further delays
  • PGNiG and PKN Orlen abandon Polish shale projects
  • YPF and Gas y Petróleo del Neuquén to invest US$452 million in unconventional exploration
  • Total finally quits its shale gas block in China
  • Successful testing of two appraisal wells aids development plan for Fuling Phase II
  • Oman offers two exploration blocks with tight gas potential
  • Another setback for shale exploration in South Africa

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