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Europe upstream week in brief: ExxonMobil sells operated Norway assets to Point Resources

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This is our NEW Week in Brief replacing the former Europe Week in Focus and North Sea Month in Brief reports. We give you quick responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas including a major deal in Norway a key piece of UK infrastructure changing hands and a new entrant to the Greek upstream sector. What you need to know Point Resources takes ExxonMobil's operated portfolio in Norway BP sells Forties Pipeline System to Ineos for US$250 million In other news Aker BP invests in Tambar re development First oil from Flyndre ADX Energy pushes ahead with Nilde redevelopment. Repsol looks to Greece

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This report includes 9 images and tables including:

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  • The main stories in Europe this week came from Norway, the UK and Greece
  • Production and capex outlook for Point Resources
  • Peer production outlook in 2017
  • The Forties Pipeline System – offshore and onshore (inset)
  • Europe upstream week in brief: ExxonMobil sells operated Norway assets to Point Resources: Image 5
  • Europe upstream week in brief: ExxonMobil sells operated Norway assets to Point Resources: Image 6
  • Offshore proposed wells 2017
  • Wells currently drilling by operator
  • Assets acquired by Point Resources in deal with ExxonMobil

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