Continental Europe upstream: 5 things to look for in 2020

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As we look to the next decade, high-impact exploration and emerging investment areas could provide material growth opportunities in a mature region. Meanwhile, the energy transition continues to have an impact, with upcoming events likely to shape the upstream industry into the long term. Our regional outlook covers five key questions to watch: 1. 2020 could be Cyprus’ most active year of drilling yet, but why is it also a year of reckoning? 2. Can Romania’s government get its deepwater gas ambitions back on track? 3. What does increasingly polarised policy mean for the European upstream industry? 4. Where are the region’s exploration hotspots to watch? 5. Why are we following unconventional gas in Turkey?

Table of contents

    • 1. A make-or-break year for Cyprus
    • 2. Important fiscal and regulatory milestones for Romania upstream as ExxonMobil mulls exit
    • 3. Political polarisation will increase in Europe's upstream industry
    • 4. Eni and LUKOIL lead high impact exploration in the Adriatic and Black Sea
    • 5. Frontier no more – Shell’s Albania oil ambitions and Equinor’s Turkey tight gas hopes will gather momentum

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