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Europe upstream week in brief: good and bad news for European gas projects

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This is our latest week in brief where we give you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that is going on in European oil and gas. This week includes our thoughts on a delay to final investment decision on Romania's Ana and Doina project, Independent Oil and Gas submitting a field development plan for the Vulcan Satellites in the UK, and a Total-led consortium signing for Block 2 offshore Greece.

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    • FID pushed back at Romania's Ana and Doina project
    • Wood Mackenzie insight: Aker BP buys Hess Norway for US$2 billion
    • Independent Oil & Gas reaches a milestone with FDP submission
    • More operatorand supplier collaboration in Norway
    • Po Valley aiming to breathe new life into Selva
    • Totalcommitmentto offshore Greek block
    • Hurricane locks in Transocean rig for Lancaster
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