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Europe upstream week in brief: Maersk Oil gets the greenlight for redevelopment at Tyra

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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 approval of the Tyra redevelopment, contract awards at Cambo and Fenja, Siccar Point's divestment at Jackdaw, Nexen pushing ahead with Buzzard Phase 2, ENGIE's resource increase at Cara and the OGA's publication of its UK reserve and resource estimates.

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    • Maersk gets the greenlight for re-development at Tyra
    • Siccar Point pushes momentum on Cambo but Jackdaw finds a new nest
    • Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) publishes UK reserves and resources estimate
    • ENGIE announces resource increase at Cara
    • Private equity in, Majors out as corporate landscape continues to shift
    • Nexen expects early 2018 sanction for Buzzard Phase 2
    • TechnipFMC bags subsea EPCI contract on VNG’s Fenja
    • Government approvals for Providence Resources in Ireland
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