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Europe upstream week in brief: Equinor and Aker BP lead the way in Norway licensing round

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19 June 2018

Europe upstream week in brief: Equinor and Aker BP lead the way in Norway licensing round

Report summary

Welcome to the Europe upstream 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: Wellwatcher looks back on a busy week at the EAGE conference in Copenhagen - what were the key takeaways? Also, a milestone has been reached for a new gas export route for Major Romanian Black Sea projects; deepwater licences attract Equinor and Aker BP in Norway's 24th licensing round; Cairn Energy has farmed-into the Agar/Plantain prospect in the UK.

Table of contents

    • Wood Mackenzie at EAGE, exploration is back
    • New gas export route for Major Romanian Black Sea project
    • Norway’s 24th Licencing Round: frontier licences attract the usual suspects
    • Cairn Energy beefs upUK E&A portfolio
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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Offshore proposed wells
  • Offshore wells currently drilling by type and company
  • E&A spuds to date in 2018
  • North Sea discovered resource and exploration wells
  • Europe value creation, with fractured basement upside case
  • Norway 24th Licensing Round
  • Fact of the week

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