Europe upstream week in brief: Piper Alpha — 30 years on

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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: Dealhunter looks at the BP/ConocoPhillips transatlantic asset swap and what other deals are on the horizon; Equinor’s Troll Phase 3 project reaches FID; Underexplored acreage is up for grabs as UK 31st Offshore Licensing Round opens; Shell drills dry wildcat well in the Norwegian North Sea; and Spirit Energy takes over operatorship of the Babbage field in the UK.

Table of contents

  • Piper Alpha. 30 years. A reminder that safety comes first
    • BP and ConocoPhillips retrench to core areas following US$2.2 billion swap deal
    • Equinor takes FID at Troll Phase 3project
    • Underexplored acreage up for grabs as UK 31 st Offshore Licensing Round opens
    • Shell drills dry wildcat in Norwegian North Sea
    • Spirit Energy to take over operatorship of Babbage
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Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Offshore proposed wells
  • Offshore wells currently drilling by type and company
  • E&A spuds to date in 2018
  • Troll production profile
  • Exploration in the Knarr Area
  • Fact of the week

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