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17 January 2014

Europe events to watch 2014

Report summary

Development activity in Norway and the UK will reach unprecedented levels this year, as a result costs could increase, and further projects could be delayed.  It is a pivotal year for the UK as the Scottish Independence Referendum will be held in September. A vote for independence would have wide ranging implications for the UK upstream sector.  Elsewhere in Europe, exciting frontier exploration is planned in the Arctic, Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea.

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  • Cost escalation may delay more projects in the North Sea
  • Pivotal year for UK Upstream Sector
  • North Sea M&A to step up
  • Shale gas licensing opportunities in the UK
  • Ownership of Johan Sverdrup field to be finalised
  • Norway to launch a tax incentive for Barents Sea developments
  • Groningen production will not be impacted by earthquakes review
  • A Danish exploration revival
  • Frontier exploration in the Arctic and Mediterranean Sea
  • Black Sea appraisal drilling could demonstrate commerciality

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