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Central and Eastern Europe review of 2012


Central and Eastern Europe review of 2012

Report summary

ExxonMobil's Domino discovery was the first in the deepwater Black Sea, proving a catalyst for a number of high-profile licence awards. Elsewhere, Poland and Ukraine announced tax increases and progress on shale exploration was slow.

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  • Black Sea success but shale gas progress has been slow
  • Exploration
    • Play opener in Romanian sector of Black Sea
      • Polish shale gas drilling lower than anticipated; results have been inconclusive
      • Small discoveries continue to be made across the region
    • Licensing
      • Shale gas exploration faced a variety of challenges across the region
      • Production
        • Future production
      • Development
        • Development spending
      • Corporate activity
        • Corporate activity in the Black Sea
          • Poland
          • Corporate deals
          • Fiscal and Regulatory Changes
            • Proposed tax changes in Poland will challenge its fledgling shale gas sector
            • Ukraine scraps royalty in favour of increased subsoil tax
            • Fiscal changes in a regional context
          • Outlook for 2013
            • Black Sea
            • Unconventionals

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Black Sea success but shale gas progress has been slow
  • Exploration
    • Notable discoveries in 2012
    • Licences awarded in Central and Eastern Europe
    • Liquids production
    • Gas production
    • Development spending by country*
    • Deepwater Black Sea in 2012
    • Regional comparison of government take*
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