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Corporate week in brief: Statoil sanctions its flagship Barents Sea development Johan Castberg

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11 December 2017

Corporate week in brief: Statoil sanctions its flagship Barents Sea development Johan Castberg

Report summary

Lead stories: Statoil gives Johan Castberg the go-ahead. Macro: oil prices slip; US gas players under-perform as oil and gas equities retreat; what are the top five corporate trends for 2018? Companies: Chevron lowers 2018 upstream capex; Eni finalises Coral FLNG financing; NOVATEK brings Yamal LNG onstream; Continental taps debt markets. M&A: Wintershall and Dea to merge. Exploration: ExxonMobil secures frontier acreage in Mauritania's deepwater.

Table of contents

  • Macro: oil prices, oil and gas shares, a look ahead to 2018
  • Lead story: Statoil's Johan Castberg gets the go-ahead
  • Companies: Chevron, Husky, Eni, NOVATEK, Total, Continental
  • Exploration: ExxonMobil
  • M&A: Wintershall/Dea
  • Other: Mexico

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