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Europe upstream week in brief: BP downsizes as Serica Energy grows its UK position

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21 November 2017

Europe upstream week in brief: BP downsizes as Serica Energy grows its UK position

Report summary

Welcome to the Europe week in brief where we bring you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas. This week includes: BP sells three operated North Sea assets to Serica; first production from Dana Petroleum's Western Isles Project in the UK; ExxonMobil moves forward with US$1billion tender on its deepwater Black Sea development; and in Norway, Wintershall looks set to bring Maria onstream 10 months early.

Table of contents

    • BP downsizes as Serica Energy grows its UK position
    • First oil from Dana's Western Isles project
    • Domino is still on the table for ExxonMobil
    • Wintershall shows how to solve a development like Maria
    • Ineos continues to expand UK upstream presence
    • Perenco pre-empts Premier’s Wytch Farm sale to Verus Petroleum
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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Offshore proposed wells
  • Spuds to date by basin
  • Offshore wells drilling by operator
  • Dana's Western Isles
  • Romanian production outlook

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