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Europe upstream week in brief: Maersk keeps Culzean on course

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11 July 2017

Europe upstream week in brief: Maersk keeps Culzean on course

Report summary

This is our latest week in brief where we give you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas. This week includes: Culzean and Mariner developments remain on track in the UK, in Norway Statoil boosts Aasta Hansteen with Snefrid Nord FID and Martin Linge is delayed by a year, and ONE and Hansa Hydrocarbons make a gas discovery with the Ruby exploration well in the Netherlands.

Table of contents

    • Culzean development remains on course, with two years until first gas
    • Mariner development on track in the UK
    • Statoil boosts Aasta Hansteen with Snefrid Nord FID
    • Tragic accident delays Martin Linge by a year
    • The Republic of Ireland to ban onshore hydraulic fracturing
    • Ruby discovery is a gem for ONE and Hansa
    • Condor confirm active petroleum system at Yakamoz
    • Bondholders assume Bentley operatorship for a nominal sum
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  • Offshore proposed wells by operator by country
  • Offshore wells drilling by operator
  • Spuds to date by basin
  • Aasta Hansteen development area
  • Ruby Gas discovery location
  • Fact of the week

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