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Continental and Mediterranean Europe upstream month in brief: 02 November 2016

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Report summary

November's month in brief brings you the latest stories from the European upstream sector. Total reveals a play-opening oil discovery in the Bulgarian sector of the Black Sea. Hungary’s 2016 licensing round receives 11 bids from three companies. Conventional exploration and development activity in Poland has increases while state-run companies abandon shale projects. And, Russia and Turkey announce a legal framework for TurkStream, helping Turkey establish itself as a hub for gas to Europe. The report includes the 'Continental & Med. Europe Upstream Data Dashboard', which provides a snapshot of the latest data on licensing, drilling, discoveries, development, corporate and M&A activity.

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Table of contents

  • Lead story
  • Licensing
  • Drilling
  • Infrastructure

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