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Europe upstream week in brief: Repsol looks to resurrect the Norwegian Yme development

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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 analysis of Yme’s phase III development, Saffron Energy’s production permit approval at the Italian Sant’ Alberto license, Centrica-Bayerngas joint venture renamed to Spirit Energy, and an update on recent work carried out by our European upstream team.

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  • This week includes analysis of Yme’s phase III development, Saffron Energy’s production permit approval at the Italian Sant’ Alberto license, and an update on recent work carried out by our European upstream team.
    • Repsol looks to progress troubled Yme project in Norway
    • Saffron Energy awarded production permit in Italy
    • Centrica-Bayerngas JV is named Spirit Energy
    • Dynamics of the North Sea in 2017
    • Team Updates
  • Our latest insights, reports and webinars
  • Vital Statistics

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